Please allow the calendar week to start on Sunday
It is hard to reconcile this calendar with others when the weeks do not line up. Please fix this. I need Sunday to be the first day of the week so that it matches other calendars.
Since old post "died" added here also. I am shocked to find out after 140 comments since Feb. 21, 2015 and now "the future" six years later, Feb. 2021, nothing has been down yet. Even "CONSIDERED" is the tab that this has been labeled, which is past tense. So from what I can gather they are not even present tense - considering. I actually went through and read all 140 comments. This whole forum starts out with a question, How can we improve TrainingPeaks? What do you mean by that question? To what purpose? and to what end? Do you really mean it? Because from what I can gather by this string of comments alone the customer is not being heard, but in stead you have closed your eyes and turned away your ears and hardened your heart to their voice. Come now let us reason together - As I have read them, I have heard the voice of reasonable, the voice of simplicity, the voice of common sense, the voice of variety, the voice of the world gold standard, the voice of tradition, the voice of religion, the voice of race, the voice of culture, the voice of logic, the voice of liberty, the voice of business (profit for you), the voice of majority (many other platforms have it), the voice of convenience, the voice or continuity (applying training-plans and using cross platforms). the voice of frustration, anger and even threat (if you don't change then we drop you). I personally do not think that we as customers (paying or non-paying) should get everything that we stomp our pink little feet on, also "you can NOT please everybody", I also believe "keep the big things in the big thing pile and the little things in the little things pile." Therefore, I would not threaten you, knowing that TrainingPeaks is a very valuable and helpful tool for me and will continue to be. BUT, little things do matter and they can turn into big things. Little things tell and show your customers you do really care. Ask any wife who had a husband who did NOT forget their wedding anniversary. If he did forget that little thing to him, it turns into a big thing for her and in turn a big thing for him and it's his loss! I am not sure if this nobody can make a difference in what seems to be a hopeless cause but I am reminded that whether they will hear or whether they will forbear that they may know that a voice has been given. I am going to try to appeal to you through another man's voice since I think it would have more of an impact on you than mine. It is the voice of Eric Liddell, you know him as the "Chariots of Fire" inspiration and gold olympic medalist. But I know him as a God fearing man and who believed himself to be created by God for His pleasure, not his own. Many say it was his personal conviction to not run on Sunday and that may be true in and of itself but I believe it went much deeper than that, you see it was a principal that he believed from the Bible. Now don't get all nervous and defensive ... it's a simple fact that Eric believed in and thus played out in his life and I am going to explain it to and you will see how this relates very much to this topic on this forum. Eric believed a book, called the Holy Bible, he believed it to be God's words to him and not man's. In Genesis the first book of that Bible Eric believed God'd first day of creation was Sunday, the first day, SUNday God said let there be LIGHT, he then believed that after six days of work God rested from His work on the seventh day, which would be Saturday. It just so happens FRIday then SATurday is spelled that way - when a man is “FRIed" from his work he sits down and rests. Eric also believed the scriptures about Jesus, the Son of God, rising (like the Sun) from the dead on the first day of the week - SUNday, which again is after the jewish sabbath day rest which is Friday 6pm evening to Saturday 6pm evening. Eric also believed what Jesus said about himself, "I am the Light of the world". You see the pattern that was set by Eric's God, Saviour, and Creator you then would understand why Sunday was the first day of the week to Eric; but it does not end there Eric feared God more than man, so when God said in the first of the ten commandments, "Thou shalt have nor other gods before me" and that in the new testament he was commanded to give God preeminence (first place) in all things. So that is why Eric Liddell would not run on Sunday, and if he ran the race on Sunday he felt deeply that he would not be giving God first place and in turn putting sports before God which would then in turn make sports his "god". Now I hope you can see where I am going with all this, Sunday has since the beginning of time been the first day of the week and the God who created you and gives you all things richly to enjoy set the pattern and principal to live by. No one is telling you that you have to change everything, just be considerate and show them you really do care and give your customers the ability to choose whatever day of week they want to set their week by.