Carl Newton

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    1 comment  ·  TrainingPeaks Customer Feedback » iPhone / iPad  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for the feedback. This is a common request and has been added to that project’s feedback.

    Future opportunities have not been added to our road map yet, but we are actively collecting feedback which contributes to the prioritization process. We do not want to set up false expectations and want to make sure that there is awareness that this update currently is not prioritized and does not have an ETA.

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    Carl Newton commented  · 

    Hello Admin, Product Manager,
    Thank you for your response to this person's request. My request is that you DO prioritize this item, since as you stated it is a common request.
    Thanks.

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    Carl Newton commented  · 

    I also asked for something similar to this 6 months ago, and felt like the staff at TrainingPeaks kind of blew me off.

    I think it is reasonable to require "adding" the new equipment using the desktop (web page) version; however, on the iphone app I would really like to just be able to view the total mileage on the shoes. Currently on the app you cannot view how many miles are on each shoe. As a point of convenience, I am often selecting which shoes I want to use in the morning based on their volume, a quick check on the app would be exceptionally helpful. It seems like it would be a pretty easy thing to add into the app since they're already collecting the data.

    Adding shoes is performed fairly infrequently, so if it's easier on the programmers to leave this function exclusively on the desktop version -- fine.

    Viewing total mileage on all "active" shoes should be really easy to program into the app. This really shouldn't be considered a very big ask.

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