Hi - raised this elsewhere, and copying in here - would be amazing to be able to see reduced intensity workouts ‘differently’ - even if in the short term just colour coded - helps with the weeks planning
Also in feature requests here too
There is a note icon which is present when the intensity is adjusted. But then it’s also present when there’s any kind of coach comment so not a complete solution for you. Agree that some kind of “intensity” colour coding for upcoming workouts would be a nice to have
Ahhhh - this symbol here? Cool - I see what you mean by coaches notes as sometimes the normal SUF note is in ‘notes’ and triggers it but actually this is good as a starter, and we can do colours next. Thanks.
I’d ‘like’ your response but apparently I’m not allowed to for another 29 minutes haha
Haha. Yeah the like limit thing. I’m sure you’ll level up very soon and can like away to your 's content. Well 1.5x its current content anyway.
There’s also the need to see an intensity-adjusted workout after it’s done.
This is important for reference and for comparison.
However, it’s problematic if the intensity changes throughout with manual adjustment, so at least a flag post-activity to indicate it was modified.
(here’s the old request: https://support.thesufferfest.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360005825436-Display-Reduced-Targets-in-Activity-Summary)
Yeah, I always put my up front adjustments in as a note. Tricky to automate because the user might change the settings part way through. Flag to indicate some kind of modification (or mid-workout pause) sounds like a + though
@Sir_Martin, we’ve definitely had a few requests come in to make the reduced intensity workouts more obvious on the training calendar- many people don’t know to look for the clipboard or to read the coach notes before they launch the workout, so the reduced intensity workouts are often a surprise! I’ll add a mark to the overall tally for this feature request- as well as for saving the intensity changes after the workout has been completed @Sir_Yotam- that’s also something we’d love to see in future development. Cheers!
Thank you @ellisa.podemski - we like new features