Progression Levels now in Strava Images

We released an update today to show Progression Levels in Strava images! :tada: This gives your followers a better idea of the work you put in.

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Someone asks how to make it not show it in 3…2…1…

:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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I’ll ask

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Indeed. They stripped FTP from those graphics because it was too much data/info for some to share. This seems destined for the same request.

I am fine with it, but like just about every new feature, having an “off” switch seems a prerequisite. To be fair, that function may already exist and Nate just didn’t mention it. But if it’s not there… :wink:

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i like it

Where’s the off switch?

Not a fan…

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Could you have not done this on Tuesday when I did a breakthrough workout?! Not going to do that again for a while. I like it but understand that an on/off would be good for others.

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I thought it was going to show the workout’s progression level. oh well. may be a good way to historically track those PLs.

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Yeah, this is a cool idea but i think it will look silly for people not familiar with TR. I would prefer to stick to old images. Please add that option if it’s not there :slight_smile:

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Would also like the option of turning off progression levels. It just confuses a lot of folks on Strava. I’d like to see it internally as a frame of reference or historicals though.

I get why they want to push this - promote AT

But we should have the option to hide it if it doesn’t exist already. Didn’t see this in the app.

Also - would be nice to change up the colors a bit.

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  • The Workout Level is fixed and always the same.

  • Your individual PL bump up (if you have one) is already tracked within each workout once completed:

On the Calendar:
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In the workout:
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So it is already visible in at least 2 locations. I guess you could add it on the Strava side, but I see it as out of place.

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I wish it showed. I have nothing to be ashamed of. I’m an open book baby.

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I want it to show my actual FTP, not the estimate from a test. :grin:

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I like it. My only feedback is that I wish it only showed the levels that got a bump, but otherwise I dig it.

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Not a fan. New strava images are very needed indeed but this is not the way… in my humble opinion:)

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Already not a fan and I haven’t even seen it yet. It’s going to look pretty daft for my rides as I’m not following a plan and do the occasional workout mixed in with outdoor or Zwift rides - and since those don’t figure into progression levels seeing all 1.0’s isn’t going to be real meaningful.

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Should we merge this thread with the “Addicted to the Numbers” thread? :grin:

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Melting pot… Seems we need to just smash it all together into a blender today :stuck_out_tongue:

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Can you please not? I’m an over sharer but I definitely don’t want this. Nope nope nope.

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