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Display data from all activity types in the Training Log

Currently, Strava's Training Log interface provides three views: Run, Ride, and Multi-sport. However, despite its name, the Multi-sport view does not include any activity type data other than that for running or cycling, apart from acknowledging that such an activity took place on a day with an XT tag. As a result, Strava is far less useful for those of us who participate in other activities, and many people are avoiding paying for Strava Premium because of this lapse (yes, we feel ignored).

At minimum, we would like the Training Log's Multi-sport view to include cumulative time spent on all supported activities, displaying them in different colored circles, as it does for running and cycling. That way those who snowshoe or cross-country ski in the winter, for instance, will at least be able to see how long they're exercising, as will those who are unable to run or bike, but can walk or kayak, for instance.

Better yet would be additional views parallel to Run and Ride for each activity type that Strava supports. Strava could easily display such a control for an activity on the fly based on that activity taking place at all, or show the control only if the activity took place a certain number of times, or within a certain time period. For me, for instance, I'd get a Snowshoe view and a Cross-Country Ski view, since those are sports I participate in regularly, but not a Kayak view, since I've never done that as an activity. In this scenario, the Multi-sport view should still calculate cumulative time across all activities.

If you're troubled by this discrimination against sports other than running and cycling within Strava, please leave a comment in this thread so the Strava folks realize how important it is.

 

Thanks in advance to Elle for passing this on, and to the developers for implementing it so we can all happily pay for Strava Premium.

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  • Another example of Strava's many epic fails at serving their customers. Sad. 

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  • I'm also back to baby steps, from cycling to walks and some very light jogging, through a brain surgery and cancer treatment... I hope to hop back on my bike in a few more months, but for now I'm just kind of enjoying these walks. I was quite surprised that they don't appear in any statistics and I just discovered their neither appear in the training log, but these are my training activities for getting myself ready for cycling! Please, let me decide what is are the activities i'm interesting to see in these logs and whatever, You can process and do something with most of any physical activities, so why remove or exclude them from a hand picked list of statistics? Seems more work than including everything, or even allowing a selection of activity types in the profile to include in one's stats. Please!

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  • I am in the process of moving from Fitbit hardware to an Apple watch, and looking at apps that will replicate (and hopefully be better than) my several years of Fitbit data. I thought I had found it in Strava. But clearly a company that ignores the requests of its clientele for many years isn't for me, as my main physical activities are badminton and hiking several times a week. I find the sophistication of Strava in some areas (such as being able to trim walks/hikes if one drives off and forgets to stop the app) and frankly abysmal inability in others most surprising.

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  • I didn't read all of the responses here, but your multi sport view of the training log is beyond lacking.  there are many other sporting activities that give you as much of a workout as cycling, running or swimming.   Please stop ignoring the requests from your SUMMIT customers.

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  • +1

    This is super basic.

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  • I do a lot of hiking in the weekends, and it's frustrating not to see any of this in the training log. I would be perfectly happy if hiking and walking would be displayed together, but just having them as "XT" without totals is a bit frustrating.

    I understand that run/swim/bike appeals to the triathletes, but my guess is that more Strava users combine running (or cycling) with hiking than with swimming. Just making them available in the training log cannot be such a big change?

    Thanks!

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  • 1622 Days since the original request for functionality across more activities was made. Has anyone seen any indication of something approaching an official response?!

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  • Yup.  This inability to see activities other than running or riding in the training log is very frustrating.  The only work around seems to be to label my x-country ski activities as runs.  Don't know what a swimmer is supposed to do.  Why not let all activities be included in the training log? Strava could at least include time, distance, and HR if other metrics are tough to include. Come on, Strava this is not a big coding ask. 

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  • It is almost amusing to read this thread and see people being frustrated about this already in 2015-2016... (of course I am, too! Why should I be able to record cross-country skiing activities but not see them in my totals?!?). Pleaaaaaase, Strava??

    Also - today is April 25, 2020. This means that feature request turned 5 years old two days ago! :)

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  • Its been going on for years but hopefully with the original Strava creators back at the helm as CEOs, we will start to see some user requested features looked at in more seriousness. The training log should be just that; a training log for all activities and not just cycling/running. Strava has come a long way since its early days as a Triathlon tracker, it is now a multisport hub and the training log should reflect that. 

    While we are on the subject of multisport tracking, I also find it frustrating that the weekly summaries on your profile are also limited to these three Tri activities.... Why not have the weekly summaries be for the three most popular activities that you as a particular user log. I am primarily a runner but also an alpine skier & backcountry skinner, I rarely if ever go swimming (certainly not for training purposes), I bike occasionally so yes, having the summaries be for the tree most popular activities during that week would be a great tool (could be a whole new thread in itself). 

    What you think Strava? Any easy way to address these now 5 year concerns? 

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  • You just announced that you need more paying subscribers. If you fix the simple issue described in this thread you will have more than 100 paying subscribers right away. It is a start anyway. 

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  • Guys! It's here! Check it out!

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  • next step change the default primary sports

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  • They have finally done it!!!!!!! 5 Years on but still, this is amazing. Thank you so much Strava, been waiting for this one. 

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  • I have been emailed by Strava who proudly announce one can now capture training via the Strava app in over 35 sports. At last I thought, signed up for the 60 day free trial, and then looked to see what sports are available. Stand up paddle boarding is there - great for the million or so people in the USA who pursue this sport, but nothing for the nearly 20 million people who play tennis. Perhaps my other sport, badminton, is there - nope.

    Well Strava, you have got 58 days to rectify these omissions before i cancel my free trial.

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  • This is over 5 years old Strava!! Please lets get the ability to show more non-Swim/Bike/Run sports. Thank you!

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  • Am I missing something or do I really need a paid subscription to get this fairly basic function? Time to stop using Strava I think. Between Garmin Connect, Apple Health and all the other things out there there's just no real need for it anymore.

    Based on what Paul W has said above I'd guess my primary sports (rock climbing and touch football) probably aren't included anyway.

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  • Ok, now they finally fixed this after five years .... and removed the functionality from the free plan :-P

    I even can't blame them, but I've stopped taking Strava seriously ... I now treat it like a social network, and not anymore as a tool to analyse my progress (I've started to use Garmin Connect more).

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