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    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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    It could be nice to be able to create anchors in the calendar where you anticipate an athletes FTP will change throughout the season. For example, if you know a cyclist has an FTP of 350w in November, and anticipate from past data that it will be 380w in the peak of their season in May or July, being able to map that out ahead of time and having workouts track with that in real time could be great. This would be appealing compared to going in every month and manually adjusting from 350 to 355 to 360 etc. every 4-5 weeks.

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    Nate English commented  · 

    The ability to track menstruation is helpful. It would also be helpful to automatically anticipate future cycles, as well as easily take note of deviation from regular cycles. If an athlete usually gets her cycle every 28d, it should be easy to plot out ahead of time. It would be nice to not have to do this manually by entering in "events" or "metrics." And, if you could automatically see that a cycle started 2 or 3 or more days early or late, that could be a very useful flag for disruption in an athletes energy intake or overall stress.

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    2 comments  ·  TrainingPeaks Customer Feedback  ·  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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    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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    Nate English commented  · 

    The ideal would be a scatter plot with individual workouts with a 7-day and 28 or 30d average overlayed. Tracking this along with resting HR, HRV, and perceived fatigue and effort could be a great quick and obvious way to track the body's response to training and acute increases in stress, sympathetic overactivity, and CNS suppression.

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    Nate English commented  · 

    This sounds good, but maybe also allow for some nuance, like "high-zone-2" if we want to do high-zone-2 instead of simply having a very wide range of power recommendation when maybe we want to be just under zone 3 but not in zone 3, for example.

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    1 comment  ·  TrainingPeaks Customer Feedback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Copy functionality updates are currently planned for in our roadmap.

    We do not want to set up false expectations and want to make sure that there is awareness that this update currently planned in our roadmap but does not have an ETA.

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    Nate English commented  · 

    I often use a dual-monitor workspace at home and it would be great to be able to be working on a training plan in one window and drop workouts or blocks into another window. The small workspace of the dual-calendar view is sometimes hard to work with and having two full view calendars is definitely better if you can use it, but currently you cannot.

    Likewise, if you can select multiple days or weeks at a time and drag and drop them, that would be great. Enabling keyboard commands like "ctrl+c" and "ctrl-v" would be great. It is cumbersome and costs time to have to do multiple left and right mouse clicks to copy and paste multiple days' training at a time.

    Also, a drag-and-drop feature for installing a training plan into an athlete's calendar would be great. It's unnecessarily time consuming to go through the "apply plan" process, compared to simply dragging and dropping onto a particular start date on an athlete's calendar if you already have that athletes' calendar open.

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    Nate English commented  · 

    And, add a function for bulk export to the Zwift workout format. It would be great if you could export all of the workouts in a certain folder to .zwo format for download, so that you could share the custom workouts outside of zwift and an athlete/client could have them in their own zwift custom workout folder at home without requiring it to be on their TP calendar.

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