@mcneese.chad I am not seeing quite same behaviour. I can change colour and it is not changing the emoji, nor the classification. However if I change the classification it changes the emoji.
However, having tried it now, again, on an existing annotation that was a note in black, it not treats a change to red as an illness, but does not change it back to notes when I change it back to black.
However I never selected those classifications. I have only ever just inserted an annotation (and assumed it was notes). Somehow the annotation classification is being provided by something else. Perhaps it was a change of colour I did that surrupticiously changed the annotation type!
The Easy Z2 session and the massage are both red, but one is an illness and one an injury. The TT bike fit is black, but somehow it decided it was an injury… bizzare
I can see why it might decide shortening a session was an injury, but not after I told it I was merely time constrained.
I have also sent an email to support with a link to my post above. Glad it is not just me
This is not helpful if one has previously used colours for other classifications, (not injury, illness etc.) eg Race types, or other things, and now TR is mandating a colour to mean a particular type of issue. Like you I want to apply a colour to any annotation, and SEPARATELY/INDEPENDENTLY, change the annotaion type.