Data Fields during Workout, Edit / Custom

Hi, fairly new to the forum so I don’t know if this has been covered. Was looking to see if I can remove the heart rate screen on the display during workouts?

Listened to a number of podcasts on TR and it cropped up a number of times with people focusing a little to much on HR during the workouts, I’m guilty of this and as such was looking to omit that screen during the workout and deal only with data that’s most beneficial to me.

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Nothing available now. There have been requests for user customizable data fields in the past. This is good as another example of a possibile use case.

A strategically placed piece of electrical tape would do the job.

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At least I can stop looking at the moment then. Would be brilliant if you could swap the tiles around, resize maybe as well.

I had thought of a post it note maybe, don’t want to mess up the monitor though.

Throw a tea towel over that quadrant of the monitor.

I’d back a request for being able to hide/add data fields to the UI in a workout.

Draping a towel or sticking a piece of tape on the monitor isn’t the most ‘elegant’ solution

The draped tea towel whilst a sage suggestion might well distract me even more.

Yeah, but neither is the puddle of sweat on the floor, or stench in my basement near the trainer…

Try concentrating on your power number and keeping it consistent.
I do not remember myself looking at HR values during workout lately.

I would rather want developers focusing on more awesome features than small customizations in displayed data fields.

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I’ve got a big arsed towel for sweat purposes

Hey,

I have a standing desk at home and it kind of resembles one of those kickr desks. My issue here is that the height of my monitors are optimized for work standing or sitting but not for riding. So because the data fields are on the top of the window, I can’t get in the aero position without contorting my head in an impossible way to see my target power, cadence, etc. The workaround seems to be to put the workout into the ‘minimal’ look, but I only look at the graph when I’m on TR and nothing else (can’t watch netflix or listen to the podcast at all).

It would be great if the data field could be rearranged to the bottom of the screen depending on the preference or set up of the user.

I have a ANT+ speed sensor, so I can’t use my lg g6 to pair with the speed sensor. Although not needed and not comparable to outdoors distance, I’d like to still keep that metric for bragging rights and seeing the blue bars on strava is nice… lol. I have a powertap p1s so as to not confuse those who think I need it for virtual power.

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Is there any plans to allow for customization of the data fields during a workout? There are times I would like to hide certain data fields or change the order of them, like we are used to doing on our head unit when we ride outside. There are times I would prefer not see heart rate or time left in interval because I tend to fixate on them. I have a piece of cardboard I have cut out to cover everything but cadence I use for this but would love to see a feature to be able to customize the data fields.

At this time, it is not possible to edit/ leave out data fields. Post-it notes are the easiest way to obscure a field from view if you find yourself too focused on a certain data metric :+1:.

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Desktop or mobile?

Mobile. I always just use my phone.

I have desktop solution. I use picture-in-picture to put video window over the top of TR UI

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