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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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    4 comments  ·  TrainingPeaks Customer Feedback » Web  ·  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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    Paul M commented  · 

    I like many of the people I know who use training peaks all have a number of different bikes and therefore power meters, I know that most of mine are within a couple of % compared to my Tacx Neo 2 which I use as my baseline, but I also know I have one that is 6-7% out. It would be good to be able to assign a value to each power meter that either reduces or increases the power accordingly so you're ensuring the TSS is accurate for each workout I do without having to manually manipulate the file within fitfiletools. This feature has been present in todays plan for a number of years, but has not made its way into TP yet.

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