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[Posted 9/8/2004 3:16:44 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
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[Posted 9/8/2004 7:09:02 PM]  RE:

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You need to put mostly cloudy in on the weather type. Oh, Wait, I can do that myself right now. peace




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[Posted 9/8/2004 10:14:34 PM]  RE:

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I'd rather type in the running times than select them from a pull-down menu.

Also, how close is the "/demo" page from the final version?




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[Posted 9/10/2004 9:07:39 AM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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We've debated the time entry thing and may go to the manual time entry, instead of selecting your times from a list. Thanks for the feedback.

Also, we'd like to get away from "demo" by the State-to-State Half Marathon in Oxford, Ohio. That's our goal. Thanks for all your help.




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[Posted 9/12/2004 5:10:32 PM]  RE:

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maybe have the option of starting your week of mileage on sunday or monday... or whatever the user prefers. i think sunday or monday would be cool. you can change the option whenever you want in "my profile"




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[Posted 9/13/2004 12:33:39 PM]  RE: Sunday or Monday week start...

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You can have your week start on Monday or Sunday. Click the "my profile" link under MY RUNNING2WIN. Under preferences, you can select which day of the week you want to use as your "start date."

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[Posted 11/30/2004 11:51:02 AM]  Forum Suggestions

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Put the Topic forum at the top of the page when you click into that topic. Sometimes it is confusing because people just start talking about the topic in their posts and you have no reference.

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[Posted 11/30/2004 11:54:47 AM]  Small Bug

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At the bottom of the page when you click into a topic there is a link to go back to the current forum. But it always says "return to the general forum" no matter what forum you are in. This needs to take them back to the forum they are in. For example College Form needs to be a link back to "return to the college forum".

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[Posted 11/30/2004 2:12:44 PM]  Dead Links and Bug

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On the links at the bottom of all pages the css link is going to a bad page and feedback is throwing an error.

Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a0411'

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/feedback.asp, line 13

Dim email, feedbacktype, message

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[Posted 12/7/2004 9:04:28 PM]  Dead Links and Bug

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It would be cool to have a place where I can record the strenght workouts I do each day, things like pushups, situps, weights, etc...




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[Posted 12/7/2004 9:15:46 PM]  R2W Features

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RunMarvel wrote:


It would be cool to have a place where I can record the strenght workouts I do each day, things like pushups, situps, weights, etc...


When you are putting in a workout there is an "cross training" section that we have put some general cross training activites... But, if you want to add your own to your account just click the "Add Your Own Activites" button. The new activite will only show up in your account. There are quite a few really cool things in the site that you will find as you put more time into using R2W. Let us know if you find problems or want something added - this is a never ending project! Look for our newest feature over the next couple of days! We think you will really like it.

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[Posted 12/8/2004 5:23:51 PM]  R2W Features

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Is there anyway to view other people's training logs? It would be cool just to see what other people are doing and what typical days are for them.




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[Posted 12/8/2004 8:21:39 PM]  R2W Features

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run4life wrote:


Is there anyway to view other people's training logs? It would be cool just to see what other people are doing and what typical days are for them.


Great question! That is one of the next things that you will see come out (probably this week). We are working on another feature that will prove to be a very nice addition to Running2Win... The goal will be to get what we are working on now out first and then I'll add the view/print logs.




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[Posted 12/8/2004 8:40:30 PM]  R2W Features

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Thanks... sounds good. This is a great site and a lot of great runners are on here. Nice work




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[Posted 12/15/2004 8:35:24 PM]  R2W Features

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It would be great if you could tell us when and how to use this feature when it's up. Thanks!




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[Posted 12/15/2004 11:12:36 PM]  R2W Features

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I am actually working on that tonight. JerryClaunch is working on another feature (the one I spoke of above) which will be something you have not seen on a running site before! I think I'll have the view workout log done by tomorrow... In terms of learning how to use it - my hope is to make it really easy -> Point and Click

By the way, how do you like the outline box on the graph? I added that last night to border the week that is selected in the above selected week.




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[Posted 12/15/2004 11:23:15 PM]  R2W Features

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I like the outline box, very good idea.




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[Posted 11/7/2005 6:50:52 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I still want to see a poll!




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[Posted 11/7/2005 8:45:59 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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sc132 wrote:


I still want to see a poll!


idea stealerr




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[Posted 11/7/2005 9:16:27 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Okay... Okay... Okay... We'll see what we can do... When we get time.




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[Posted 11/8/2005 7:35:52 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Hoya- you mentioned this to me at the fun run last weekend, but including the pedometer map on the site would be a great addition. If there is a way to save the route itself on the map to be viewed in the future, that would be great as well.




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[Posted 11/13/2005 10:39:51 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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staffocs wrote:


Hoya- you mentioned this to me at the fun run last weekend, but including the pedometer map on the site would be a great addition. If there is a way to save the route itself on the map to be viewed in the future, that would be great as well.


I'm working on the polls and a list of other things right now but will return to this one as soon as I can. I've been putting this one off because it may take a while and didn't want the other stuff to not get done.

Thanks - to all - for the suggestions!




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[Posted 11/15/2005 3:56:35 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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staffocs wrote:


Hoya- you mentioned this to me at the fun run last weekend, but including the pedometer map on the site would be a great addition. If there is a way to save the route itself on the map to be viewed in the future, that would be great as well.


Have started on this as of last night... Hope to have it on the site soon.




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[Posted 11/21/2005 3:51:44 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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For the owner of a group or coach to be able to print out reports of the athletes training. Such as in a given week print out the groups (sorted individually) weekly mileage and/or hours training on 1 report, workouts on another, etc...




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[Posted 8/27/2006 9:26:11 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be nice to have a site with my age group (40's) represented, I do go to the Beginner Triathlon site for alot of good advice on biking, swimming and running. My daughter runs for college and really likes this site, but I think it is a younger group. Here I don't think young people can really relate to some issues our age group deals with.
It is a nice site though.
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[Posted 8/28/2006 4:34:04 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I dont know, but I would like to see active loggers. There are so many people out there and a lot that are not currently logging runs or have never logged for that matter. I like seeing what others are doing..But it is hard to look through all of these names.. Just a thought

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[Posted 8/28/2006 7:35:13 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I dont know, but I would like to see active loggers. There are so many people out there and a lot that are not currently logging runs or have never logged for that matter. I like seeing what others are doing..But it is hard to look through all of these names.. Just a thought

Kevin


I agree... I think you have a good idea here that will take little work to produce. Maybe a list of people that have logged in the past week sorted by miles run (sorted this way so the more miles run would probably mean they are very active members). You could then click on a name and jump right to their log... How would this be?




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[Posted 8/28/2006 9:22:21 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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wat ever happened to the team hall of fall, it just takes you to the main one




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[Posted 8/29/2006 12:10:37 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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wat ever happened to the team hall of fall, it just takes you to the main one


Fixed...




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[Posted 8/29/2006 10:44:10 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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How about an option to select two or more different shoes during a single workout. For instance, you warm up 3 miles in trainers, run 5 mile repeats in flats, and then cool down in the trainers you warmed up in. The way things are set up now, to get the correct mileage on your shoes you would have to log the warmup, intervals and cooldown all separately.

Thanks, and by the way...I love this site.

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[Posted 8/29/2006 4:15:13 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Do you separate the workouts? I mean, it might just be me but I input my warmup/cooldown as a separate run. On Tuesdays I have two runs then, the warmup and cooldown to and from the track and then the track workout. I did that because I didn't want my log to reflect a 10 mile interval day when in fact it was a 5 mile warmup/cooldown and 5 mile interval workout.




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[Posted 9/1/2006 1:49:56 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I see what you're saying, but if you post your run as an "interval workout" there are provided spaces before and after you list your interval length, goal times, pace, etc., for the warmup and cooldown. I do agree that it would be doubly impressive if after logging such a workout your log and/or graphs showed that only 5 miles of your entry was interval work and since you would input how much of the total mileage was used during the warmup and cooldown, it would also show that (in this example) that 5 miles of that running was an easy/recovery/normal tempo.




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[Posted 9/1/2006 8:16:53 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I see what you're saying, but if you post your run as an "interval workout" there are provided spaces before and after you list your interval length, goal times, pace, etc., for the warmup and cooldown. I do agree that it would be doubly impressive if after logging such a workout your log and/or graphs showed that only 5 miles of your entry was interval work and since you would input how much of the total mileage was used during the warmup and cooldown, it would also show that (in this example) that 5 miles of that running was an easy/recovery/normal tempo.


I like your idea but the reason I didn't want to use the warm-up and cool-down areas as real miles is that sometimes people put in different data into these areas (i.e., "Jogged 3 mile then 4x100" for the warm-up... and... "Stretched for 30 minutes for cool-down" for the cool-down section.

marylandexc has a good point about the graph showing multiple blocks for a single run. You could have 3 parts to an afternoon run but putting in 3 miles for warm-up, 5 miles of intervals, and 3 miles of cool-down (assuming you want to show exactly how many miles of interval work you did (including rest)... I'm sure there is a better way to do this all on one entry but the administration factor to create this type of flexibility is pretty big. With this all said, I am looking into some changes in this area. The one you bring up about shoes is very good. This can be done without too much pain on my end - where you can select as many shoes as you like for a workout and apply miles to each of them... I may not be able to get to this one until the site is re-written though, but we'll see...

Thanks and keep the suggestions coming...




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[Posted 9/3/2006 2:06:16 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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How about something that would let us plan out the week? So on Sunday I could map out the mileage I need to run each day to get to planned mileage for the week.




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[Posted 9/3/2006 9:08:20 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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The planned week would be a great coaching tool also if the team admin (coach) was allowed to go into each athlete's log and plan their week somehow




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[Posted 9/6/2006 12:20:15 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I second this... I like the idea with the shoes but from an admin.. point of view that might be tough...

as far as the hall of fame I don't think you have a 6k distance listed... not the most common distance for guys except for early meets but girls do run this at their regional and national meets at the d1 and d2 level.

as far as terrain you may want to add biking or other types of cross-training plus dirt path

and as far as cross-training activities you may want to add core

I guess those are just some small things maybe a little picky though...




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[Posted 9/6/2006 12:41:29 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Some good ideas...

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1) I just added "6k" (thanks for pointing that out)

2) I just added "bike" as a terrain (I guess just as valid as treadmill but biking does show up under the cross-training section.)

3) I already have Trails as an option so I'll keep dirt path out for now, however, when I get time I'll add the ability to put your own user terrain types in which will solve the problem.

4) As far as the cross-training activities go you can add your own user defined activities so I'll leave that out because I see many people have already added it to their r2w dB and I would just duplicate the word core if I added it now.

- Your suggestions are not picky. I'm glad to have you ask for these things. It just makes the site better.

Hope this helps...




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[Posted 9/13/2006 10:51:06 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Hoya,
Any possibility of a plan part on the log book?




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[Posted 9/13/2006 11:48:23 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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colinmadbeast wrote:


Hoya,
Any possibility of a plan part on the log book?


Yes... I want to add that but there is so much you can put into something like that so I want to take some time to work out the details first.




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[Posted 9/14/2006 10:46:15 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Awesome. I cant wait to see what you decide on.




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[Posted 2/17/2007 4:34:23 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Im not sure if we can already do this but if we can i can't find it. Is it/would it be possible to view maps of runners on our team. Like today i did a long run with 2 kids on the team and we all had to make our own map. It would be awesome if we could use eachothers or our coachs courses. Thanks a bunch




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[Posted 2/18/2007 5:15:52 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I appreciate the set up now. As a triathlete I would like to be able to tabulate my swimming and biking mileage instead of just counting the # of times I do it. I typically count swimming as actual meters or yds. i.e.(2400) and biking in miles for the bike (28.6).




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[Posted 2/18/2007 6:12:01 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Jaxnsokker11 wrote:


Im not sure if we can already do this but if we can i can't find it. Is it/would it be possible to view maps of runners on our team. Like today i did a long run with 2 kids on the team and we all had to make our own map. It would be awesome if we could use eachothers or our coachs courses. Thanks a bunch


Everything is kind of ready for this but I have just not written the search and display page. The back-end code is done.




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[Posted 2/18/2007 10:48:43 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I would like to have a log export option with csv and pdf options. The CSV(Comma seperated value allowing you to dump into excel or access) will allow you to analyze the data in excel. The PDF version would allow you to have a daily summary in hard copy form, almost like an old school training log, very retro.

Just some ideas
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[Posted 2/18/2007 11:12:28 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Well, you can already export your log - it will be in an excel format which could be converted to pdf... A csv or xml are two other formats that would be good... so, yes, in time it will be here (i just need to find some time to write it up...)




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[Posted 2/19/2007 3:37:50 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I really like how you can change the color scheme for your types of workouts, but sometimes it can get somewhat confusing. It'd be cool if you could type in some kind of text to show up on the bars on the graph such as "Easy" or even just an "E". The only problem might be that the bars could get too small to display such text.




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[Posted 6/10/2007 7:10:35 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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For facebook they have these things called application were u can like add music to your profile and different stuff so i think it would be cool if we could have like our r2w account hooked up to our facebook. i think that would be cool. thanks
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[Posted 6/10/2007 7:30:02 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Someone said something about this before and it does sound like a good idea - I don't do a lot with Facebook and only looked into it a little bit. I'll have to work with it some more before I would know what and how to do a hook application. Does anyone have any experience with this?




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[Posted 6/10/2007 11:10:25 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Please try and not duplicate anything from Myspace or facebook. The last thing you want is this site to become a social site where people start doing less running stuff on here and just start posting their social lives on here.

If you want to do facebook like stuff, do it on facebook.

One thing you could add those is a section that says who has posted races in the last 7 days or so, so people can look for that easier. Just have a section that links to that person's log who has raced recently. Seems easy enough.

And maybe a way to compare to different parts of your log or someone else's log at the same time. Like say I wanted to compare my July 2005 training to July 2006. There should be away so that they are horizontal, one above the other, on the same page so you can see the difference. You can do this by week, month, year, etc




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[Posted 6/10/2007 11:28:43 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Please try and not duplicate anything from Myspace or facebook. The last thing you want is this site to become a social site where people start doing less running stuff on here and just start posting their social lives on here.

If you want to do facebook like stuff, do it on facebook.

One thing you could add those is a section that says who has posted races in the last 7 days or so, so people can look for that easier. Just have a section that links to that person's log who has raced recently. Seems easy enough.

And maybe a way to compare to different parts of your log or someone else's log at the same time. Like say I wanted to compare my July 2005 training to July 2006. There should be away so that they are horizontal, one above the other, on the same page so you can see the difference. You can do this by week, month, year, etc


Yes, I agree - we don't need a facebook or MySpace here but interaction between runners is a good thing as long as we keep the "I'm doing this at at the mall today..." out of the site.

As far as the comparing of different months goes the only thing I have in r2w now is the ability to compare one year to another at:

http://www.running2win.com/graphs/chartlist.asp

But this only shows you how you compare to two different years (by month) in distance. Of course you can use this to compare your data to another member's data for an entire year as well. To compare a month of data to another month of data is very powerful and also a lot to think of when creating this view... I will look into this sometime but may need some input from members in terms of what to compare.




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[Posted 6/14/2007 9:43:36 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I got another couple of suggestions for the bio

Where do you or did you run in High School?

Where do/did in college?

Do you run for a club team now if out of school?

How many years have you been running?

What races, if any, are you training for (5k, 10, marathon, etc)


Just a thought so people know better why they are running and who for




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[Posted 6/14/2007 10:02:04 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Please try and not duplicate anything from Myspace or facebook. The last thing you want is this site to become a social site where people start doing less running stuff on here and just start posting their social lives on here.

If you want to do facebook like stuff, do it on facebook.

One thing you could add those is a section that says who has posted races in the last 7 days or so, so people can look for that easier. Just have a section that links to that person's log who has raced recently. Seems easy enough.

And maybe a way to compare to different parts of your log or someone else's log at the same time. Like say I wanted to compare my July 2005 training to July 2006. There should be away so that they are horizontal, one above the other, on the same page so you can see the difference. You can do this by week, month, year, etc


i wasn't saying turn this site into a myspace/facebook all i was sudgesting is that it is attached to your facebook so while ur on facebook you could log you run on it if like a mini log was attached or something... not brining non-running stuff to this site but bringing a part of this site to facebook (if u get what i'm trying to get at)




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[Posted 6/15/2007 12:46:44 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I often log miles late at night and it ends up being confusing b/c the website will say log today's run and i click on it b/c it is technically still "today" the 14th at 11:43 pm, however, this 'today's' run is actually for the next day the 15th, maybe you could pick out your own time zone and have the site reflect your choice b/c currently the site is in eastern standard time if i am not mixtaken... so maybe have alternate time zones to select from your profile so that you can also change it when your traveling and want to enter miles from your laptop or hotel.




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Maybe this can already be done, and I just do not know how to do it. But what I would like to see on the site is more capability with the forum posts. Like the ability to put in images into posts and stuff of that sort.




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[Posted 6/15/2007 9:04:47 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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add a NIGHT section to the "time of run" i run at n ight sometimes and must settle for "evening" despite the fact that it makes my rest period between doubles seem minimal. running a double with a run at noon and 11pm is okay, but on the log it would say afternoon and evening. not as good a reflection as it could be. just a thought. this doens't really hurt my feelings a whole lot. I dig the site. great work all, and keep on trekkin'




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[Posted 6/15/2007 12:59:09 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think a food journal would be a really good idea...You can keep up with your calories....




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i would like to have a graph in the graph section for miles per week per month. also i would like to see the preview page you get after you click save a workout when i click on my calender so that way i can go and scan down through for heart rate and other things on my past workouts. i also would like to see a graphic representation of my the miles on my shoes out of the total mile that i set for the shoes to expire at(maybe a horizontal bar under each shoe).This graph could also turn red when i am gettig close to reaching the peak miles. I also would like to see a graph for heart rate per miles ran or pace for workouts. Just a couple things that i have seen on other sites that i would like see here but i still love the site keep up the good work.




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[Posted 6/18/2007 10:14:31 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I would like to be able to export only the miles run to excel, i know know that you can export your log, but id prefer not exporting and wasting space with the other stuff associated with it (weight, heart rate, etc.)




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I would love to see some sort of "warn me if I forget _____" option where you check off which fields should be populated for EVERY run and you get some sort of warning before you save (though it would still allow a save without populating every field). With the multitude of fields (which I'm glad are available) I usually leave many black, but I'd like to know if I forget to pick my shoes and forget to enter a time of day for the run.

Ideally, I would check off to be warned if I forget shoes or time of day. Then when saving, it would say "You forgot shoes and time of day". Pretty basic, but useful.

A further extension of this could be one more check box by the save button saying "save and ignore warnings" if I know I'm going to violate a whole bunch of warnings.

Just an idea to help take this from best online running log to completely untouchable!




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I'm sorry if someone already posted this comment (i'll be honest and admit that i didnt read the whole thread - though i did read most).

1. I run mainly on trails and end up running most of my runs by time (not mileage) and have no clear way of knowing how many miles I am actually running. I have a better idea of the pace per mile than overall mileage, so i generally try to figure out my total mileage from that. It would be great if the workout page could calculate the pace per mile while I'm still editing my info. I think it used to actually do this last year, but my workout page has stopped performing this task. As it is now, it only shows the pace after i have saved the run. I either have to figure it out in my head (which isn't that big of a deal), or if I mess the math up I have to go back to edit the mileage in order to get the proper pace calculated.

2. It would also be nice if you could easily see some more information about individuals' workouts on the team homepage. I'm thinking something like instead of having the boxes with indiscriminate green checks and red xs, you could put little boxes that would have the total mileage for the day or would have a red x for off days. that way i could immediately see that so and so ran 11 miles today, or whatever. it's kind of a pain to click through everyone's name to find out what they are doing. it would also be nice to have it automatically go to a 2 week range because most of the time the one week range is not adequate.


thanks for a great running log! it has been key to keeping me motivated to train over the summer without my teammates!




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I'm sorry if someone already posted this comment (i'll be honest and admit that i didnt read the whole thread - though i did read most).

1. I run mainly on trails and end up running most of my runs by time (not mileage) and have no clear way of knowing how many miles I am actually running. I have a better idea of the pace per mile than overall mileage, so i generally try to figure out my total mileage from that. It would be great if the workout page could calculate the pace per mile while I'm still editing my info. I think it used to actually do this last year, but my workout page has stopped performing this task. As it is now, it only shows the pace after i have saved the run. I either have to figure it out in my head (which isn't that big of a deal), or if I mess the math up I have to go back to edit the mileage in order to get the proper pace calculated.

2. It would also be nice if you could easily see some more information about individuals' workouts on the team homepage. I'm thinking something like instead of having the boxes with indiscriminate green checks and red xs, you could put little boxes that would have the total mileage for the day or would have a red x for off days. that way i could immediately see that so and so ran 11 miles today, or whatever. it's kind of a pain to click through everyone's name to find out what they are doing. it would also be nice to have it automatically go to a 2 week range because most of the time the one week range is not adequate.


thanks for a great running log! it has been key to keeping me motivated to train over the summer without my teammates!


Thanks for the comments...

#1: Yes, I agree with this and actually have it 95% done. I will finish the code for this and open it up to all users. A member asked me for this a few months back and I got almost done with it but needed to finish it off. I put it aside to do other things and forgot to come back to it.

#2: Also, I agree with you about this and can update it too. Actually, I've asked how to improve the team module for a long time because I really only put that module together in a few days and didn't think enough about what features to put in or not. My plan is to revamp the team module to give a ton of other features that have been on my list so, all-in-all the team module will be pretty awesome when it's done.




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Cristina,

My guess is that it 'used to work' when you were using internet explorer and recently you started using Mozilla Firefox for your web browser. Our site does have some unresolved issues using Mozilla, especially when it comes to javascript, which is what was calculating your pace per mile on the fly. I think i might know what the issues revolve around. Hoya and I will hopefully be getting together this weekend to deploy a new feature into production that hopefully everyone will like. That's right Hoya, dont be disappearing on me again this weekend ;)

Cristina, we're glad the site has been motivating you to train on your own without your teammates. I know it's tough to look at your graph and have a day missing!

Let me know if I'm right about you using Mozilla because if not there could be another problem that we are unaware of.

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I asked this question in February and was hopeful it would be in the new site:

Is it possible to have a "My Routes" pop-up similar to the "My Races" pop-up? I'd like to see all my times on a given route in one convenient window.

Thanks!




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Yes... This report could be made pretty quickly - like Claunchifatty said we are just about to come out with a new part of the site (we really hope in the next few days) and once this is done we'll take a look at this thread to add ideas like yours. Personally, I think this is a great report to show so keep on us about this one if you don't see it soon.

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Cristina,

My guess is that it 'used to work' when you were using internet explorer and recently you started using Mozilla Firefox for your web browser. Our site does have some unresolved issues using Mozilla, especially when it comes to javascript, which is what was calculating your pace per mile on the fly. I think i might know what the issues revolve around. Hoya and I will hopefully be getting together this weekend to deploy a new feature into production that hopefully everyone will like. That's right Hoya, dont be disappearing on me again this weekend ;)

Cristina, we're glad the site has been motivating you to train on your own without your teammates. I know it's tough to look at your graph and have a day missing!

Let me know if I'm right about you using Mozilla because if not there could be another problem that we are unaware of.

Thanks!


Yep, that must be it. I did switch to Mozilla. I could start using Explorer again, but it would be great if the function could work on Mozilla as well.

Thanks for the responses. This is such a great site and you guys are doing a great job. good luck handling all these requests!




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idk if some one mentioned this already but i think for the running catagories there should be like one big catagory that could be like "summer training" and than like normal run long run and threshold could all be sub catagories in it so wee could see how much mileage we were doing over the summer. we could still have all of thoes cattegories (ie. long run and fartlek) but this could be on the side of that... basicaly i want a way i can see how much mileage i was doing over the summer in total but still be able to log long runs and fartleks and ect.thanks.
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idk if some one mentioned this already but i think for the running catagories there should be like one big catagory that could be like "summer training" and than like normal run long run and threshold could all be sub catagories in it so wee could see how much mileage we were doing over the summer. we could still have all of thoes cattegories (ie. long run and fartlek) but this could be on the side of that... basicaly i want a way i can see how much mileage i was doing over the summer in total but still be able to log long runs and fartleks and ect.thanks.
-brandon


Another way we could solve this is by allowing you to run a report with a date range. That way you can pick the time frame you wish to review. Thoughts?




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Another way we could solve this is by allowing you to run a report with a date range. That way you can pick the time frame you wish to review. Thoughts?


that would be good or we could also pick a time frame that we doing are summer training and we could lit hit "view summer training '07" or something like that




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Mike and Jerry- I would like to see an in depth section on diet. I am trying hard to get the weight off I gained after my surgery, and would like to be able to track my diet. I know there are sections for weight or what not, but I would like a calorie intake chart. With maybe some info on what you ate. If I have a good performance I may want to know what I had to eat over the course of that take. And if I had a poor one, I may want to avoid those foods. I think diet becomes such a huge part of our training at the college level, and think it could possibly be a great additions r2win. Thanks for everything guys!

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I got a real simple one.

Add the 4 mile (and maybe other distances) to the Hall of Fame page. That is a pretty common road race distance, so add it on there.




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Ya and the 3mile b/c most of my high school cc races are 3miles instead of a 5k




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some one said this before but i'd like to see a nutrition thing like when you can have like a "main meal" section and a "snacks" section and under each section you can wright what you had and if you wanted to go into even more detail like your routes you can write like "Yogurt" and be able to list the callories carbs. sugars. vitamn A and ect. and then efter each time you list your foods it could say like underneath like "total callorie intake today = 1400" and "total vitamin a = 60%"(based on a 2000 calorie diet)

just something to take into consideration. thanks




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I run a lot after dark so I believe the first drop down menu under weather should have some "darkness" terms instead of just sunny, rainy, etc. I have been leaving the "normal" but that doesn't describe the nighttime air, moon brightness, et al.




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Just randomly came across a small thing... not sure if it is from Mozilla.

But was going to look at a graph of my 2006 vs 2007 training. The graphs all come up fine for when I have "All" selected under the month, but I was going to pick July and then nothing came up.




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For the "Time of Day" -- instead of options for Morning, Afternoon, Evening, Night... what if you could enter a time there, with a drop-down menu for the hours and minutes (and AM/PM), similar to the way you have a drop-down menu for amount of time your running activity took?




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Does it say my total miles for the year somewhere?




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Does it say my total miles for the year somewhere?


If you join a team, it will be listed on the right on the team page.

I think you have to go to my running log, then for the range make it the whole year, and it should tell you the distance.

Although it would be a good idea to add it to bottom of the calander. It says "miles for the month" and "miles for the calender" why not just add below that, "miles for the year."




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I run a lot after dark so I believe the first drop down menu under weather should have some "darkness" terms instead of just sunny, rainy, etc. I have been leaving the "normal" but that doesn't describe the nighttime air, moon brightness, et al.


I agree with this. I have to run at night a lot lately, and if its cloudy I can put that, but there should be a few choices for conditions at night.




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That would be cool to be able to download races that featuring you or etc.




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some one said this before but i'd like to see a nutrition thing like when you can have like a "main meal" section and a "snacks" section and under each section you can wright what you had and if you wanted to go into even more detail like your routes you can write like "Yogurt" and be able to list the callories carbs. sugars. vitamn A and ect. and then efter each time you list your foods it could say like underneath like "total callorie intake today = 1400" and "total vitamin a = 60%"(based on a 2000 calorie diet)

just something to take into consideration. thanks


i like this kids idea




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Mike, not sure if others would be easily doable, but what about being able to select more than one route/run. Sometimes i will do two shorter routes together to get a longer run in for the day...




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Mike, not sure if others would be easily doable, but what about being able to select more than one route/run. Sometimes i will do two shorter routes together to get a longer run in for the day...


This would be difficult... So many database queries are dependent on the workout table that there would need to be many changes to the code for this to work.

As far as some of the other suggestions I think we'll be able to get them added. Just give me a nudge each week about them.




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How about a 'login button' on the FORUM page so if you go there before you login, you can login without going back to the home page.




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How about listing places in the Hall of Fame so you can say, for example: "oh I'm 15th overall" ?




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Heres what I would like to see...

Say you do a hill workout, most likley it is going to be intervals [ex: 5x300M hill @ 2:00min recovery]. So...it would be nice if there was a little check box that you could click that would enable what shows up when you log an interval workout. Kind of hard to explain.

So an option that enables the interval input menu thing, for workouts that aren't just plain interval workouts.

Ugh, those words did not come out smooth. Please ask if you don't get what I'm saying.




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Is there any way to see some kind of personal mileage records? Like most miles run in 7 days... or maybe longest run ever... or most miles run in a day even...?




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The area that let's you change owners of a team is not working i think. Can this be fixed please??




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Is there anyway to see the people that have viewed your log?




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Hey, it'd be cool to be able to put 2 shoes on the same workout, (like a threshold work out where you change to flats) and if possible a way to split the correct amount of mileage to each shoe in the run.




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Is there anyway to see the people that have viewed your log?


I've shut that part off because many members didn't want this feature... When I get some time I'll probably put this as an option for each member to choose if they want to be "seen" looking at logs.




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Hey, it'd be cool to be able to put 2 shoes on the same workout, (like a threshold work out where you change to flats) and if possible a way to split the correct amount of mileage to each shoe in the run.


That is a very good suggestion and has come up in the past but it would be a major code change. At this point the decision was made to add this to running2win version 2




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The area that let's you change owners of a team is not working i think. Can this be fixed please??


Thanks - I will fix ASAP




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Is there any way to see some kind of personal mileage records? Like most miles run in 7 days... or maybe longest run ever... or most miles run in a day even...?


That, too, has come up in the past and I think is a very nice report to add. I will put Jerry on that one!

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How about listing places in the Hall of Fame so you can say, for example: "oh I'm 15th overall" ?


Do you mean just adding the row number to each row?




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How about a 'login button' on the FORUM page so if you go there before you login, you can login without going back to the home page.


I was wondering when this would come up... Yes - that might be an easy one to do.




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some one said this before but i'd like to see a nutrition thing like when you can have like a "main meal" section and a "snacks" section and under each section you can wright what you had and if you wanted to go into even more detail like your routes you can write like "Yogurt" and be able to list the callories carbs. sugars. vitamn A and ect. and then efter each time you list your foods it could say like underneath like "total callorie intake today = 1400" and "total vitamin a = 60%"(based on a 2000 calorie diet)

just something to take into consideration. thanks


Keep on me about this one because I've said I'll add it but time has been put to other things so an rmail will do the trick...




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I'd love the ability to reorganize your team. I have a high school team set up and would like to be able to keep our alumni on there, but perhaps move them down to a separate section.




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Ok, so this might take up way to much room on the server, but I think it would be neat if there was some kind of collective photos page of only running pictures that all the users could post rather than just their user profile pictures. I do not have any right now, but find it really interesting to look at, and I don't know both other might find it interesting also. Just an idea, and like I said, something that may take up too much space, but if each person had a limit, that may make it really interesting!




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Ok, so this might take up way to much room on the server, but I think it would be neat if there was some kind of collective photos page of only running pictures that all the users could post rather than just their user profile pictures. I do not have any right now, but find it really interesting to look at, and I don't know both other might find it interesting also. Just an idea, and like I said, something that may take up too much space, but if each person had a limit, that may make it really interesting!


You are right about this. In fact it was today that I was speaking with Jerry about needing to get an upgrade to the server and software so we can allow users to have a r2w "scrapbook"... I think r2w might need to do a fund raiser though because right now any money spent on r2w comes right out of the good old personal bank account...




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I would like to see a button on top of the thread that allows you to go back the the thread list. So after your done posting, you can go directly to say, the General Forums instead of clicking, Forums, then General Forums.




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How about a little box you can click on that says something like "keep me logged in" and would keep you logged onto your account for like a week or two (on that certain computer) so you don't have to type in your username and password every time you go on r2w.




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I would like to see a button on top of the thread that allows you to go back the the thread list. So after your done posting, you can go directly to say, the General Forums instead of clicking, Forums, then General Forums.


Just hit the back button




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Just hit the back button


On my browser it brings me back to the posting entry thing.




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How about a little box you can click on that says something like "keep me logged in" and would keep you logged onto your account for like a week or two (on that certain computer) so you don't have to type in your username and password every time you go on r2w.


Use Mozilla Firefox as your search engine, and it should give you the option to save it and it will automatically come up each time you bring the site up. I really enjoy this feature, and actually prefer firefox over explorere anyday!!




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You are right about this. In fact it was today that I was speaking with Jerry about needing to get an upgrade to the server and software so we can allow users to have a r2w "scrapbook"... I think r2w might need to do a fund raiser though because right now any money spent on r2w comes right out of the good old personal bank account...


Holy X#@!! Did you write this after your midnight workout or something?? I know servers are a big issues, and I am sure not only an issue with the "scrapbook" idea, but also the need arises the bigger your site becomes! It is too bad that everyone doesn't live in a closer vicinity as a running2win 5 or 10k would be really neat for some sort of fund raiser. Anyway, I knew picture sharing takes much more space than simple text, but maybe somewhere down the road, it may be an option....10yrs....15yrs!!




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I don't think it will take 10 to 15 years but we'll need to make some upgrades first.




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Now with the 1 though 10 scaled "how was your run" rater. We need smileys and sad faces to go with them. Just like the doctors have.




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I'd love the ability to reorganize your team. I have a high school team set up and would like to be able to keep our alumni on there, but perhaps move them down to a separate section.


Yeah, that would be awesome. My college team has a crap load of members (around 50-60), but only about 30 of us are still on roster. We have been forced to make a second team to help slim down the list.




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Yeah, that would be awesome. My college team has a crap load of members (around 50-60), but only about 30 of us are still on roster. We have been forced to make a second team to help slim down the list.


I will be fixing this very soon. I was thinking of a solution on my run yesterday and think I have something that you'll all like.




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i was just looking at the "member races" and thought it would be nice to have a way to sort it. like "by date" "by race distance" "by time" "by member (alphabetically)" or search for a member.




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Good point... I'll have to add that sort.




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How about when viewing comments have them show the latest first as opposed the way comments are shown now (oldest to newest)...




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i think that there should be more choices for the -My attitude during the run- category
a couple more things like relaxed, tense, and maybe others that anyone can think of




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Okay... I can see we will need a page that is dedicated to creating a task list for r2w... I like these ideas and they should really be listed on a page with a priority rank.




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I will be fixing this very soon. I was thinking of a solution on my run yesterday and think I have something that you'll all like.


Can't wait to see it.

I hope it includes reorganizing the teams so you can put coaches, current roster and alumni in seperate sections. That would be a nice touch.




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How bout commercials that feature people running for the love of running and whatever. I hear that footlocker has a commercial of a very athletic and handsome young fellow running on an elevated indoor 75 yard track, because he refuses to sit the bench. Maybe you can get footlocker to sponsor your site and throw some cash or Nike Shox Turbo +V your way.




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I have no idea if it was already posted, but there sould be a place to keep track of what you've had to eat that day. Nutrition is so important to running it seems weird that it's not up there. It would be especially useful on race days, so you can see what works and what doesn't. Well, that's my two cents!




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How bout commercials that feature people running for the love of running and whatever. I hear that footlocker has a commercial of a very athletic and handsome young fellow running on an elevated indoor 75 yard track, because he refuses to sit the bench. Maybe you can get footlocker to sponsor your site and throw some cash or Nike Shox Turbo +V your way.


Are you joking around or being serious? I mean I guess an ad in magazine maybe, but I dunno about a commericial. Website commericials historically have done awful.

And Nike Shox? I'll take the cash any day. You'll need to pay for the doctor bills from the injury caused by the Shox since they are not built well at all.




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I have no idea if it was already posted, but there sould be a place to keep track of what you've had to eat that day. Nutrition is so important to running it seems weird that it's not up there. It would be especially useful on race days, so you can see what works and what doesn't. Well, that's my two cents!


Yes, this has been suggested and I like the idea a lot. The other day I downloaded a nutrition listing from a site to use on r2w and will add this as soon as I can but I'm still working on importing other running log's data into r2w (like running-log.com). When I'm finished with that I was planning on adding the nutrition part to your log.




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Now with the 1 though 10 scaled "how was your run" rater. We need smileys and sad faces to go with them. Just like the doctors have.


I like the smiley idea :)




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Is there any way to separate running miles and non-running miles on the team page? Perhaps a separate column or something along those lines?




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I think the option would be cool to see who looked at your log each day. I sorta know in general who has looked at my log but it be nice to see that others care about your training and stuff




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You know the new run rating thing with the numbers? Can it default to nothing? I think it's a good idea to have, but I'm not always using it and next to my hill workout is a '1.' I just don't feel like rating every run and if it were default to 'no rating' or just blank, it'd be easier on the eyes.

Also, to those taking about weight, etc, there's a great site calorie-count.com. I used it at the start of my weight loss and it helped immensely. Maybe Mike can steal their database or something.




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I put in several runs a week on a treadmill. I would like the Route on my Homepage to have the option of Treadmill in addition to a regular road route.




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I heard there was something close to a pedometer, where you can map your routes but I haven't found it yet. I would love to see the trails down at oxford on that, that would make life a LOT easier!




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You'll find this link on the sidebar menu "> my routes & r-mapsİ"




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Now with the 1 though 10 scaled "how was your run" rater. We need smileys and sad faces to go with them. Just like the doctors have.


:)




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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
-Chris


I'd like to see a monthly goals selection, and then the ability to track progress against the goal. For example, I'd like to set a goal of 120 miles per month and then as I enter my runs see how well I'm doing.

It might be nice to see my current distance and the estimated distance for the month. In other words, let's say at mid-month I've run 58 miles. The display then might show I'm on pace to reach 116 miles (being 4 miles below pace).

I've found this to be a great motivator in the past! :-)




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I'd like to see a monthly goals selection, and then the ability to track progress against the goal. For example, I'd like to set a goal of 120 miles per month and then as I enter my runs see how well I'm doing.

It might be nice to see my current distance and the estimated distance for the month. In other words, let's say at mid-month I've run 58 miles. The display then might show I'm on pace to reach 116 miles (being 4 miles below pace).

I've found this to be a great motivator in the past! :-)


Yea I like the goal idea




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I'd like to see a monthly goals selection, and then the ability to track progress against the goal. For example, I'd like to set a goal of 120 miles per month and then as I enter my runs see how well I'm doing.

It might be nice to see my current distance and the estimated distance for the month. In other words, let's say at mid-month I've run 58 miles. The display then might show I'm on pace to reach 116 miles (being 4 miles below pace).

I've found this to be a great motivator in the past! :-)


Yes - you will see this soon...




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Sometimes, when I tired of running the same couple of courses over and over again, I will run to new places and record my time. Unfortunately, I don't know how far I went, but I do know what pace I run at. So, I was wondering if, instead of entering the mileage, the time I ran it at, and then it giving it my pace, You could have the option of putting in the pace, time time I ran, and then for it to give me the miles I ran (rounded up to the nearest hundredth)

Can you do that?

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I'd like to be able to input my training schedule for a given period of time (a month or more), and have daily e-mails telling me what my upcoming workouts will be, as well as a calendar with my upcoming workouts.




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Any update on the team sorting option? I'd love to be able to reorganize my high school team where I could have alumni seperated from the current runners.




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I think you should add more options for the attitude list some examples are:
Upset, sad, motivated, bored, etc.?




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when i click on "routes and r-maps" sometimes the page cuts out when i'm in the middle of finding mileage for a rout i just ran or am going to run.




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It would be cool if there was some function that allowed you to print out a portion of your log on a printer friendly format.




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when i click on "routes and r-maps" sometimes the page cuts out when i'm in the middle of finding mileage for a rout i just ran or am going to run.


Yeah mine does it too sometimes.




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Man - I must have missed some of these... There are some really good ideas here. I've seen most but must have missed the last few.

Thanks for the ideas and I will work on these as I can. I'm currently working on a few things that (I hope) will be well received so as I work through them I'll let you know.




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Mike,
I posted this on a seperate thread, but i'm not sure you saw it. Could you make the tempo and or threshold run sections more like the interval workouts. That way i could have a spot to put my distance/times for the threshold portion and still have room for warmup cooldown???

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It would be cool if there was some function that allowed you to print out a portion of your log on a printer friendly format.


I second that. I write such long entries sometimes that it's nearly impossible to print out my log via the "export log" option, which puts your log into excel format. I'd love to eventually print out my logs over the years and put keep them in hard copy, like in a three-ring binder or something. However, again, with such long entries, I think a single piece of paper may at times have to represent a single day of training.

One last small thing that I've found impressive about another online log (logarun.com) is that you can add a title to each individual workout you run. Also, instead of viewing your past week (or weeks) via a scrolldown, it's represented in calendar form. I think this is a much easier way to look back at key workouts from the past (be it 6 months or 3 years ago). All you have to do is look for the unique title you gave the run that day such as "I Found $100 on the Road Today."

So, to re-cap, I 1) think the printer-friendly format proposed by "JasonLumpkin" is a great idea, 2) would love to have an option where we gave a title to each day of training and/or run and 3) that there could be an option for the public (coaches who might be looking at our logs, teammates or friends) to see our training in calendar format (that show the aformentioned titles of runs under whichever day they were run) as opposed to scroll-down format.

Thanks.

Oh, and one last thing: even if none of this comes to life, this is the best frickin' online running log in the world and I/we appreciate all you do.




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you found $100 on a run!? geez, most ive ever picked up is $50 in a bar (some guy thought he drank a lot more than he did...) i need to start running in white-collar suburban neighborhoods...

also, as an on-topic R2W suggestion... what about a search feature for logs? In case you forgot to get your log a unique title (as simpson mentioned above), what if i want to search for what i entered in a log description? or perhaps in some other data field? just something i thought of recently...




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I would like to have an option where you put the time you ran instead of just morning, afternoon, evening and night.




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I agree. It would be nice to be able to put down a specific time for the tempo portion and separate the warmup/cooldown.




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i would like this kid off the site.




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It would be cool if there was some function that allowed you to print out a portion of your log on a printer friendly format.


i second the printer friendly format, do we have that yet?? or a downloadable file 2 put on ur comp?




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I second this motion to add a "planning" feature for days in the future. Great idea. The email option would be cool. Didn't think of that but have been hankerin' for the ability to lay out a plan (schedule) for the next few weeks.




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Please add "Overcast" in weather types.




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Please add "Overcast" in weather types.


Done




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I second this motion to add a "planning" feature for days in the future. Great idea. The email option would be cool. Didn't think of that but have been hankerin' for the ability to lay out a plan (schedule) for the next few weeks.


This is already in the works...




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I am unable to graph my weight on any computer I use, however I was thinking with the weight, could we add graph features for multiple things on one graph. I would love to have a historical perspective of a few aspects of my running to see if there are any correlations. IE Weight/run time for a certain distance/time of day/average HR, etc. If I could pull from a drop down menu 2 or 3 characteristics of my running to see when I run my fastest and slowest. Being able to compare these aspects of my training, especially on a graph would be extremely helpful.




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u guys should have a VDOT calculator on the the calculator page. Thatd be sweet.




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You know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France?




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You know what they call a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France?


a .113 kilogramer with cheese?




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[Posted 12/17/2008 7:07:40 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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a .113 kilogramer with cheese?


What we've got here is failure to communicate.




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[Posted 12/17/2008 7:19:20 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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tsk, tsk ... I'm 45, and Nomad (my brother) is 43, and we think this site, like, totally rocks! :-)

Seriously, the site is what you make of it. I have gotten a lot of good info., advice and inspiration from logging on as much as possible. Besdies, I like proving to the kiddies that old folks can still kick butt!

What I would like to see is MORE money coming in so the fundraising goal can be met! (no, I am not on the take or paid to say this!) I bet if the funds do come in, though, lots of other cool stuff could come together for the site organizers, huh?




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What we've got here is failure to communicate.


It seems to me, Cap'n, this mission is a serious misallocation of valuable military resources.




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[Posted 12/17/2008 7:47:50 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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[Posted 12/17/2008 9:16:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to have a "remember me" option so that I don't have to type in my username and password everytime I visit the site.




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Is there any way to see some kind of personal mileage records? Like most miles run in 7 days... or maybe longest run ever... or most miles run in a day even...?


I think this would be a good idea for the team section. Like, compared to everyone on the team, ex. most miles run in one day record for the team. Like a team hall of fame or someting.
Also, I don't know if this actually happens or not, but when someone comments you on a run and you want to reply to their comment you should just be able to comment on your workout and a notice is sent to the person that commented on your workout. I always go to r-mail and message them, cause I don't know if they can see the comment that I replied on my commented run. My coach does this all the time, so it would just be easier then going to r-mail.




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[Posted 12/17/2008 9:33:09 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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[Posted 12/20/2008 11:10:20 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to be able to compare two time periods in the running log with the calendar and/or graph side-by-side (e.g. December 2008 vs. December 2005). I'm hesitant to make a suggestion, since this is the best log out there by far (and I figure a little butt-kissing may help get mine implemented!).




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[Posted 12/20/2008 8:53:50 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to have a "remember me" option so that I don't have to type in my username and password everytime I visit the site.


I agree




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[Posted 12/20/2008 8:55:46 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Yep - this is in version 2 already...




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Now I curious about something, can you compare runs of team members in a non tedious fashion in the new version? My high school coach is obsessive about being able to view the runs of his team and compare them to everyone else on that run, and see how they did in the past weeks. How are the coaching tools in version 2?




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[Posted 12/21/2008 1:44:49 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think the site is fine and we dont need another server. The only real thing this website is missing is chuck and hassalhafe.




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I think the site is fine and we dont need another server. The only real thing this website is missing is chuck and hassalhafe.


Hasselhoff? The lush that eats sandwiches off the floor?




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[Posted 12/22/2008 6:02:40 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Why don't you make a page on the side bar that brings you to a page specifically designed to be a place for us to tell you what we want on this awesome website?




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For the ultra runners on the site, could you add 50K, 100K, 50 miles, and 100 miles to the race distances, please?

It's a great site; I found it to be a big help while training for a 50-mile event.

Thanks!




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[Posted 12/23/2008 5:23:39 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A remember me option so that i dont have to re-login every day.




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I would like the option of removing old posts on the team forum page. Or have posts deleted after 6 months or so. We have too many old posts and I would like to keep them current.




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For the ultra runners on the site, could you add 50K, 100K, 50 miles, and 100 miles to the race distances, please?

It's a great site; I found it to be a big help while training for a 50-mile event.

Thanks!


When entering in a race to your log you can record any distance. There is a list of the most common ones but you don't need to use them. As far as the Hall-of-Fame goes I have just added these race distances.




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I would like the option of removing old posts on the team forum page. Or have posts deleted after 6 months or so. We have too many old posts and I would like to keep them current.


Yes - this is in version 2.




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I agree or an age graded calculator feature for races




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this might be somewhere and I didn't read it, but currently there are options to add another run for "today" and "the next day", it would be nice to have a "previous day" option as when I don't log for a few days I work backward in my mind.




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I would want something where you would put in two dates and then it would auto sum it for you or for groups set it so that you can have from this date to this date like summer running and then it show up in a different table that way it easy to see how much i/ team has run in that 3 months time




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I would like there I be a column in the weather section that says wind speed




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this product is still better than runningahead.

only thing missing is the ability to summarize data on a blog or web page with a handy little tool. (USE TO WORK FROM R2WIN)





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The new year brings a idea. I would like to see terrian types and run types by year not just lifetime. no biggie, it is really great as it is.




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I had a thought today when I was trying to find a run in my log.

What if you could create a "find a run" option, where you can put in variables, like, for ex:

Miles: would have an option of a certain number, more than or less than a number
Pace: same as above
Time: same as above

Then it would show all entries that would follow that criteria. I was looking for my best 14 mile run today, and wished there was a say to filter my log to only my 14 mile runs faster than 7 minute pace to find it.




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A remember me option so that i dont have to re-login every day.


i agree.... a remember me would be pretty nice




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How about a way to split up the mileage on different pairs of shoes? For instance there are many days when I'll do a few miles in trainers then go into something lighter for the workout.




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How about a way to split up the mileage on different pairs of shoes? For instance there are many days when I'll do a few miles in trainers then go into something lighter for the workout.


I like this idea, and can "barefeet" be made a shoe type? Not that it really matters what the mileage on my feet is, but I think it would be neat to know how many barefoot miles Ive done.




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I like this idea, and can "barefeet" be made a shoe type? Not that it really matters what the mileage on my feet is, but I think it would be neat to know how many barefoot miles Ive done.


Why don't you just add a shoe and call it "barefoot" and then when you run barefoot just click "barefoot" as the shoe.. and you will know.

Hoya, I apologize if you spend time reading the post I am quoting... Time to get back to my essay that answers: How were class and family life interconnected in Europe during the 19th century, and how much did family life change over the course of the century?
(Note: Think carefully about how you want to define class and classes, as well which classes you want to discuss. For example, class can be defined by material conditions, social relations, culture, or some combination of all of these.)




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Why don't you just add a shoe and call it "barefoot" and then when you run barefoot just click "barefoot" as the shoe.. and you will know.

Hoya, I apologize if you spend time reading the post I am quoting... Time to get back to my essay that answers: How were class and family life interconnected in Europe during the 19th century, and how much did family life change over the course of the century?
(Note: Think carefully about how you want to define class and classes, as well which classes you want to discuss. For example, class can be defined by material conditions, social relations, culture, or some combination of all of these.)


Well, considering that the site is under a massive overhaul, I don't see what the problem would be in simply adding a "barefeet" option as a "shoe" type, especially since my feet aren't nike, adidas, etc, and "other" would still imply that barefeet were an actual shoe. I bet that a decent number of people here would find it useful. But anyways, I guess that will be up to the man who maintains the site(aka Hoya), and not the big-mouthed smartass kid who thinks that anyone gives a crap about his stupid essay(aka you).

PS-"Hoya, I apologize if you spend time reading the post I am quoting"




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[Posted 3/24/2009 10:24:59 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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5 minute timeout for both of you.




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Well, considering that the site is under a massive overhaul, I don't see what the problem would be in simply adding a "barefeet" option as a "shoe" type, especially since my feet aren't nike, adidas, etc, and "other" would still imply that barefeet were an actual shoe. I bet that a decent number of people here would find it useful. But anyways, I guess that will be up to the man who maintains the site(aka Hoya), and not the big-mouthed smartass kid who thinks that anyone gives a crap about his stupid essay(aka you).

PS-"Hoya, I apologize if you spend time reading the post I am quoting"


I don't know what you have Sully, but if I remember correctly when I put in my new shoes, I can name them and put Barefeet and so forth. I think it would work out and could be a neat way to track them with the site now. I don't run barefeet and never have basically because I am not an elitest but just a very basic runner and don't know much about barefoot running except what I read on here. If you do run barefoot quite a bit, then I think making it a shoe type for your log would be a great idea. It would be interesting to see just how many barefoot miles people do.




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Carmitchel,

Thank you for the civil response to my seemingly trivial suggestion, I am bewildered as to why everyone cannot do the same.... You see, I am kind of finicky when it comes to naming a shoe "barefeet", I'd rather just have barefeet be an option unto itself, but I agree that your method would be a great way to track miles. I am by no means an elitist either, I just think that a little barefoot running is helpful for injury prevention. I don't know anything about coding websites, but hopefully it won't be a problem for Hoya to add to the new version of R2W.




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I could not tell you who it is, but someone on here has "Barefoot Running" as a run type. I know run type totals (count and miles) are kept on the site. You could even make a cool fill color for your graphs so you would be able to spot the barefoot miles easily. Just another suggestion.




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Well, considering that the site is under a massive overhaul, I don't see what the problem would be in simply adding a "barefeet" option as a "shoe" type, especially since my feet aren't nike, adidas, etc, and "other" would still imply that barefeet were an actual shoe. I bet that a decent number of people here would find it useful. But anyways, I guess that will be up to the man who maintains the site(aka Hoya), and not the big-mouthed smartass kid who thinks that anyone gives a crap about his stupid essay(aka you).

PS-"Hoya, I apologize if you spend time reading the post I am quoting"


Dude, lighten up. I was thinking the same thing, add "barefoot", as a shoe option.




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Carmitchel,

Thank you for the civil response to my seemingly trivial suggestion, I am bewildered as to why everyone cannot do the same.... You see, I am kind of finicky when it comes to naming a shoe "barefeet", I'd rather just have barefeet be an option unto itself, but I agree that your method would be a great way to track miles. I am by no means an elitist either, I just think that a little barefoot running is helpful for injury prevention. I don't know anything about coding websites, but hopefully it won't be a problem for Hoya to add to the new version of R2W.


You realize the first paragraph of Leyendecker's reply was saying the same as Carmitchel's reply. His second paragraph was a totally different topic - hence the second paragraph.

What's the difference if Hoya puts it in, or if you put it in? I fail to see the difference.




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While we're talking about shoe types, I think it would be cool if we could log different miles from the same run on different pairs of shoes. For example, I often run a couple of warm-up miles in my trainers before a track workout and then do the track workout in flats. However, if I total 10 miles for the day I have to attribute all 10 of those miles to one pair of shoes or the other.




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I think Hoya should add rss feeds to logs, so one can subscribe to logs that you are interested in on a daily basis, checking 5-10 different logs per day is not as easy as it could be under the current system(even with r-friends and teams). Or maybe just add the 5-10 most recent public log entries from your r-friends to the bottom of the home page when you are logged in. That blank area down there could use some content anyway.

As for running barefoot, I think the most accurate way to keep track of mileage is to not mileage barefoot, maybe some strides here and there, but not miles at a time. Then you don't have to worry about the mileage.

My freshman year of high school a guy ran several miles on a trail barefoot because he thought it would help his feet and he came back after practice was over with his feet all chewed up. Hearing our coach explain to a 15 year old the value of putting on the shoes that you own...priceless.




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I still want to see a poll!


Hoya really did a great job with that feature.




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Would love an i-phone app to log workouts




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An easy way to print the your milage and the comments you posted under that day. I want to print off everything, but it takes too much paper.




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It would great to be able to log what I ate and calories for meals and snacks

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Breakfast
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Facebook integration...somehow be able to use Running2win through Facebook. How about a Facebook app?




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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
-Chris


Hey Again,

Would it be possible to add customizable graphs to the homepage? For example, under the current month's graph that is the standard right now, could I have the option to put in a rolling graph of the last 3 months' worth of daily runs(obviously it have have to be smaller), and another that would have say, my weekly mileages for each week of this year, or a rolling graph of the last 52 weekly mileages? etc etc

Thanks!




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wow.

maybe if you want, hoya will also deliver you pancakes in the morning and tuck you in at night too. anything else you want?




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wow.

maybe if you want, hoya will also deliver you pancakes in the morning and tuck you in at night too. anything else you want?


oooooooh that would be SWEET! Hoya, what do you say about that? and no, there isnt anything else i want at the moment, but trust me if there is, ill make sure to run it by you first before presenting it to Hoya, since you are clearly the authority on what is good/bad for R2W. enjoy this beautiful spring day!!






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Yes - many of these features will be in v2. V2 will have a lot of customizing options to it.

Thanks but don't expect pancakes




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hoya i swear if you give him the option of barefoot running i will eat your firstborn




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I don't know if anyone else has suggested this or not, but I'd love the ability to customize the interface a little bit, particularly on the workout entry screen. While I appreciate the "Jump to Save Section", the screen is cluttered and has way more options than I normally use. It would be great to be able to set preferences for what I want to normally show up... For example, if you could "categorize" the things on the entry screen and then create a personal preferences page where we could indicate categories we want to show (or not) by default.

Personal preferences could be used a lot of places, that's just where I'd appreciate it most...




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Yes - many of these features will be in v2. V2 will have a lot of customizing options to it.

Thanks but don't expect pancakes


If you make the option of "barefoot running" I will not be mad at you... just disappointed.

When are we going to play some PLO or NLHE?




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When are we going to play some PLO or NLHE?

- when it's a challenge for me to play you...




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Alright, so I basically made a web page that turns my public log (which is http://www.running2win.com/community/public-log.asp?m=George+Carlson&k=facebook) into a completely customizable blog (ie, what the webpage does is grab all the data from my public running log for a desired month, phrase it, and then return a blog-like html code). All I have left to do is integrate the comments (blog style of course) into the format. So basically my request is to have this kind of customization available on running2win without having to make your own php web page. Also, if your curious, the blog I am talking about is http://www.georgecarlson.info.




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[Posted 3/28/2009 11:37:22 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Actually I worked with a member on this and it was almost 100% done a while back... I'll find the stuff for it and post it but basically I just created a different page (rather than use the public view page) that has it all formatted already. v2 will have something for this as well...

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[Posted 3/29/2009 10:19:55 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think marylandexc should just have a daily forum so he can give us all his wisdom. It should be placed at the top of the home page so everybody will be able to access it easily.




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[Posted 3/29/2009 10:49:37 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think marylandexc should just have a daily forum so he can give us all his wisdom. It should be placed at the top of the home page so everybody will be able to access it easily.


That would be kind of sweet. There can also be a section where he details his conquests of honeys. It would look something like this:

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This isn't a huge thing, but having a section on the "race" option where you can put your goal. Similar to the intervals.




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I like the goal option idea too.




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So I think that there should be an off-topic (maybe call it Random Ramblings) forum section.




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I would like to suggest a calender or listing of open meets or road races that people can post. It would help promote events and encourage people to get out and race.
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I would like to suggest a calender or listing of open meets or road races that people can post. It would help promote events and encourage people to get out and race.
thanks


Problem with that is most road races are on weekends. You'd wind up having so many races on one day that it would saturate the day and basically be useless. There might be a way of putting in criteria to limit what races would pop up, but not sure how feasible it would be to implement such a feature.




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They could organize it by state or region to lessen the confusion but very good point. Just a suggestion though.




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It would nice to have somewhere to put your goals. Maybe even a separate section.




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i was wondering if maybe we could have a section where we could log the miles we ran barefooted? like, a seperate box we could enter them in, becuase i know that many people, as well as myself would surely appreciate that feature. and i dont want to like... name a shoe and log the miles there, i think making the barefoot idea a stand-alone option would be great.

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i was wondering if maybe we could have a section where we could log the miles we ran barefooted? like, a seperate box we could enter them in, becuase i know that many people, as well as myself would surely appreciate that feature. and i dont want to like... name a shoe and log the miles there, i think making the barefoot idea a stand-alone option would be great.

Thanks Hoya!


Weren't you against this in a recent post? Or maybe you're being sarcastic. If so, you weren't very obvious about it.




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Weren't you against this in a recent post? Or maybe you're being sarcastic. If so, you weren't very obvious about it.


1. yes i was
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1. yes i was
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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

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I would like to see Jim Sure disappear, maybe in the next version of R2W.

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Id settle for everytime he posts, it shows up as "i'm inferior to any and all americans, and i like boys"

R2W version "Scotland can kiss our collective ass"




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In the graphs and charts, I would like to be able to view say 2006 vs 2009 only. right now, you can do a start year to an end year, but you can't just single out any two years of your log to compare.

And maybe do this for a month to month comparison as well? But I'd take a year to year over the course of each month.




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The route sharing... Finally!




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I would like to see Jim Sure disappear, maybe in the next version of R2W.

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Hey.. What has happened to Jim Sure.. haven't seen that president for a while




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Maybe Hoya took my suggestion




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We should be able to customize our profile, like myspace




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We should be able to customize our profile, like myspace


Runspace?




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You can do that by going to Member vs. Member and putting in your name for each field and changing the years. Its in the description of Member vs. Member:

"Compare 2 members at a time or compare 2 different years you've run!"




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The route sharing... Finally!


i know... i dropped the ball on that one but will have it in v2. if i can get ahead of grading projects and exams i'll get to finishing up the logging part and then can put it out for people to check out. claunch did a nice job building the profile page so we'll need some feedback on it when we put it out.




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Whens v2 coming out? and will we be able to transfer our miles?




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Online coaching! Like choose a training program for any type of race based on levels and instead of logging what you do, have a calandar made for yourself, that tells you what to do that day!!




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I would like to able to upload my own photo...




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I hope Hoya doesn't get mad at me, but I saw v2 last night and it's nice. I'll try to answer some of the recent posts:

Transfer miles? Yes.

Online coaching? This is something that Mike has always wanted to provide. Glad to hear there's interest in coaching plans.

Upload photo? Agree. The new framework will give us better control and flexibility with photos.




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upload our own photos? "customize" a profile? maybe we can have a nice background image and a song playing, with our top 8 friends!

v2 sounds like a diluted myspace.

bring on the teenagers and pedophiles!




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leave it to Nick Ross to take it there... no, it's not going to be a diluted myspace but it will give you the opportunity to explore more into data - yours and other members.

Anyway, there really are some nice surface upgrades but the biggest stuff that will be the additional functionality. I can't really post all of what is in the works or what will be coming out in v2 (we wouldn't want prying eyes to get a jump on us) but all I can say is I hope everyone will be happy and surprised!

I have not put out a beta yet but have shown a few people what it looks like. mustrider is one of the owners so, of course, he got a chance to see it...

As far as when v2 will be out... Well, I talked with mustrider and claunch about this and we think once we have a few more milestones completed I'll set the beta testers on it. If all comes back fine then I'll release it.

All of your data will be ported over to the new system but don't worry - I keep tons of dB backups so you won't lose anything in the process.




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Nice update, what are these milestones?




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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

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ummm the only error I see is that you have spelled 'here' as 'hear'... I don't like that just to let you know.

No problem,
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ummm the only error I see is that you have spelled 'here' as 'hear'... I don't like that just to let you know.

No problem,
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Nice find.

It took five years for someone to find that. Bravo




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leave it to Nick Ross to take it there... no, it's not going to be a diluted myspace but it will give you the opportunity to explore more into data - yours and other members.

Anyway, there really are some nice surface upgrades but the biggest stuff that will be the additional functionality. I can't really post all of what is in the works or what will be coming out in v2 (we wouldn't want prying eyes to get a jump on us) but all I can say is I hope everyone will be happy and surprised!

I have not put out a beta yet but have shown a few people what it looks like. mustrider is one of the owners so, of course, he got a chance to see it...

As far as when v2 will be out... Well, I talked with mustrider and claunch about this and we think once we have a few more milestones completed I'll set the beta testers on it. If all comes back fine then I'll release it.

All of your data will be ported over to the new system but don't worry - I keep tons of dB backups so you won't lose anything in the process.


beta testers? KWF?




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Team White Flows is the greatest.




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It would be cool if the log ran on whatever time zone you are in, not just East Coast Time...




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I think it would be helpful to be able to compare 2 workouts with each other.
ex. 6x1000/ 6x1000




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ummm the only error I see is that you have spelled 'here' as 'hear'... I don't like that just to let you know.

No problem,
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Ack! That's what happens when you don't read something before submitting.

Thanks for letting me know. :)

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I'd like to be able to pick two different shoes for a particular run. I don't know how often anyone else does this, but there are days I'll carry my light weight trainer/flats through my warm-up and then put them on for my workout. This would give me a better count of mileage on any given shoe. Thanks!

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I'd like to be able to pick two different shoes for a particular run. I don't know how often anyone else does this, but there are days I'll carry my light weight trainer/flats through my warm-up and then put them on for my workout. This would give me a better count of mileage on any given shoe. Thanks!

jimmac144


Agree. I've done that before. Being able to select multiple pairs of shoes will be a good feature to include.




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on athleticore.com they would have on the home page a thing that said "past weeks race results" and would show the previous weeks race results and stuff which i think would be cool.




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I agree... I think you have a good idea here that will take little work to produce. Maybe a list of people that have logged in the past week sorted by miles run (sorted this way so the more miles run would probably mean they are very active members). You could then click on a name and jump right to their log... How would this be?


Sounds good to me. I was hoping for something like this too. My weekly mileage is usually a little below the bottom of the leader board most weeks. Probably a lot of others out there like me too. Would be good to have an easy way to find other diligent workers log's who don't quite have the mileage for the top 20. I'm sure most of their logs contain some valuable training ideas.




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well i did not read through all 270 post so sorry if i am repeating stuff..but maybe a calculator for v02 max and lactate threshhold, and other HR information




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ohh, and also being able to add in a past race without going all the way back to that date




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ohh, and also being able to add in a past race without going all the way back to that date


In terms of this one - you only have to create a workout and then change the default date to the date of your race. You don't have to scroll back on the calendar for this one...




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well i did not read through all 270 post so sorry if i am repeating stuff..but maybe a calculator for v02 max and lactate threshhold, and other HR information


vo2 max will be in the first release of v2 as well as some HR stuff but probably not everything members would like - that will be added once things settle in with v2.




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how about a part of the site where virtual meets can be created and teams can be ranked based on recent race times?




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This message from a tool has been deleted by Hoya...




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This message from a tool has been deleted by Hoya...


man, hoya jumped on that one really quickly! this person became a deleted member in like 5 minutes, flat.




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That's right but I still have their IP address so I know who it was anyway...




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That's right but I still have their IP address so I know who it was anyway...


You have to have Claunch's IP address memorized by now, right?




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The r-maps/ google earth thing needs to have follow roads as an option when creating my run. mapmyrun.com has this feature and it makes following roads way easier.




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As a triathlete, I sometimes post bike and swim workouts on here but even when I uncheck the "count as run miles" box, the miles still end up on my graphs. Am I doing something wrong?




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As a triathlete, I sometimes post bike and swim workouts on here but even when I uncheck the "count as run miles" box, the miles still end up on my graphs. Am I doing something wrong?


I'll look into that one. They should not count as distance for the week.




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The r-maps/ google earth thing needs to have follow roads as an option when creating my run. mapmyrun.com has this feature and it makes following roads way easier.


Yes, I agree that the r-maps screen needs to be upgraded. I have not looked at this one for a while but will get to it. I like the follow roads feature as well.




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I think there needs to be a top 20 for total miles for the year so far..... and total miles for the month we are in so far.... similar to the top 20 list for the last 7 days......




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I would like a more complete running/pace calculator. It would be nice to have a time addition calculator and the ability to project your time based on a certain goal pace.




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I'm having that same problem. I've just stopped logging bike rides in general because it messes with the weekly total. I did a 26.5 miler today, and the graph now says I've run a 50 mile week.




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I would like to see the weight graphs get fixed.....they help a lot for us chubby people.




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can we print our calendar view? our graphs? printing is good.




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this may have already been mentioned, but, if, among other things, when sorting how information on a log can be viewed, it would be cool if would be possible to sort in one column, for instance, one's personal top weekly totals all-time (ie: if i were to have a great week mileage wise, or hit a certain mark for the first time in a while, it would be cool to have a quick way to see where that fits in my all-time weeks...to help put things in perspective). could do it with race times, whatever else. the site rocks...muchas gracias...




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Great ideas - thanks... There is soooo much to do it's crazy. I've just spent all of spring break coding for V2 and although a lot was done it still doesn't look like I got very far :-(

But not to worry, I'm getting there and one of these days I'll get the beta testers started on using it and then things should start to get exciting.

p.s., shut it Brew!




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i would like to possibly see an R2W iPhone or iPod Touch app. This would make it about 100x easier for me to log my runs.




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i would like to possibly see an R2W iPhone or iPod Touch app. This would make it about 100x easier for me to log my runs.


It can't possibly that hard to read a thread before you post in it.




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what're you getting ast?




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now now pickles...




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First off "what're" isn't a word. I don't mind the "ast" because I know thats just a typo. But "what're." Come on now.

This topic you have brought back up has been discussed numerous times. Hoya has said he'll make an app numerous times. It's all over the place in this thread.

All I'm saying is read threads before you post. You wouldn't criticize a movie before you watched it, why would you post on a thread before you read it?




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First off "what're" isn't a word. I don't mind the "ast" because I know thats just a typo. But "what're." Come on now.

This topic you have brought back up has been discussed numerous times. Hoya has said he'll make an app numerous times. It's all over the place in this thread.

All I'm saying is read threads before you post. You wouldn't criticize a movie before you watched it, why would you post on a thread before you read it?


what're= what are.




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Really? I've been trying to find out if this is true or not, but the dictionary doesn't seem to have "what're" anywhere in it.




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I dont know, but I would like to see active loggers. There are so many people out there and a lot that are not currently logging runs or have never logged for that matter. I like seeing what others are doing..But it is hard to look through all of these names.. Just a thought

Kevin



Kevin-

Try the "member daily runs" on the right side of the home page. It rocks, it gives you a good idea of how many people actually are logging runs daily and as you scroll over, their avatar is displayed along with run comments. I only started using this a few months ago.....VERY cool,

Mike- I hope it finds it's way to version 2!




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Really? I've been trying to find out if this is true or not, but the dictionary doesn't seem to have "what're" anywhere in it.


Oh, grow up! you argue worse than a 2 year old trying to have their way! just accept it and move on! there are plenty of worse things out there than someone saying "what're".




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At least I don't talk like a 2 year old.




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At least I don't talk like a 2 year old.


OH.MY.GOD.YOU.ARE.STUBBORN.AND.ANNOYING. swallow your ego and get over it.




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Look, look everyone! He is trying to yell at me on the internet!

When you repeat ideas that have already been repeated time and time again by your elders, that gets pretty annoying too. Swallow your ego and accept the fact that you suck.




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Look, look everyone! He is trying to yell at me on the internet!

When you repeat ideas that have already been repeated time and time again by your elders, that gets pretty annoying too. Swallow your ego and accept the fact that you suck.


just stop now. you're not going to win. i can go all day.




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This message has been deleted by: Hoya. On: Mar 16 2010 11:01AM


Again, you have nothing better to do with your life than try to bully a kid on a run tracking site. not even Facebook, or Myspace, for that matter, but a RUN TRACKING SITE. GROW UP.




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It would be nice for there to be a place where you could list your goals for the year, as in: race times, weekly mileage, yearly mileage, etc.




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It would be nice to have the option of summing up your cross training miles for week, month, or year by category - esp maybe biking & swimming. (o.k., i'm not sure i have actually managed a whole mile in one week swimming, but someday.... ;-)




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This may have been asked before, but since I could not find the option anywhere, it probably hasn't been implemented, so I'll chime in:

If possible, it would be awesome if there was a way to upload data from GPS software (Garmin, SportTracs etc) rather than having to type everything out manually...thanks.




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This may have been asked before, but since I could not find the option anywhere, it probably hasn't been implemented, so I'll chime in:

If possible, it would be awesome if there was a way to upload data from GPS software (Garmin, SportTracs etc) rather than having to type everything out manually...thanks.


Has it been three months already? Man, time flies.




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It amuses me on some level that some men, no matter how old they get, never cease to be the same a**holes they were in High School. I think my Archaeology instructor refers to it as "Testosterone Poisoning." I think it is akin to "Small Penis Syndrome."

I will not post OT material in the General section again, nor bother with runners such as yourself that apparently only exist here to make it seem as though their man parts are actually bigger than they are in reality. I will make rare posts to try to help the non-jerks with my limited running experience and ignore the obvious attempts to troll me such as your post. In short, you bore me and I have more important things to do and will neither stop logging my runs here, nor try to be one of the few non-jerks that try to help noobs that ask questions.

Grow up.




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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
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Something I would like to see is a change in the programming of the website. It would be nice if the interval workout times were able to be counted toward total workout time. Because like I would run 4 X 1 mile repeats and each of the times from those aren't being counted towards my total running time. Possible?




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It amuses me on some level that some men, no matter how old they get, never cease to be the same a**holes they were in High School. I think my Archaeology instructor refers to it as "Testosterone Poisoning." I think it is akin to "Small Penis Syndrome."

I will not post OT material in the General section again, nor bother with runners such as yourself that apparently only exist here to make it seem as though their man parts are actually bigger than they are in reality. I will make rare posts to try to help the non-jerks with my limited running experience and ignore the obvious attempts to troll me such as your post. In short, you bore me and I have more important things to do and will neither stop logging my runs here, nor try to be one of the few non-jerks that try to help noobs that ask questions.

Grow up.


Too bad you don't have a sense of humor, it might help your personality. Might.




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Something I would like to see is a change in the programming of the website. It would be nice if the interval workout times were able to be counted toward total workout time. Because like I would run 4 X 1 mile repeats and each of the times from those aren't being counted towards my total running time. Possible?


This isn't hard to do but the problem is when someone doesn't want the intervals to total... Yes, that can be done too and I might be able to still add that to v2 as I'm working on that section now... Thanks for the suggestions.




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This may have been asked before, but since I could not find the option anywhere, it probably hasn't been implemented, so I'll chime in:

If possible, it would be awesome if there was a way to upload data from GPS software (Garmin, SportTracs etc) rather than having to type everything out manually...thanks.


I am going to work on this. I think it simply needs to be in v2. Thanks!




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Thank you, Hoya! I'll continue to enter the info manually until the wonderful day when I can just export from Sportracks/Garmin. :D




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Suggestion for what to see on running2win. I think it would be interesting to read things that people have found on their run and situations that they have seen. I tend to be surprised at what I run across on my run routes (cell phones, knife, a gun, yes I have called the police and I have called 911 to help out on couple of different situations.) I live in what I call a quiet town but always interesting.




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It's insane that this post is nearly five and a half years old. That's just strange to think about. (assuming i read the top correctly and it said something like September, 2004)




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I just keep adding to r2w... Of course v2 will have more advanced features than I can put in this one...




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We need to set you a deadline, so you can slave away (for free!) and create v2, that is, assuming YOU are even real, as well as the myth of v2.




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haha... yep, you got me. I'm a computerized response "blah blah blah V2 will have it blah blah blah"

A deadline would be nice. It's hard to devote multiple, uninterrupted, hours in on v2 so it's taking longer but some of you saw the video of the very small demo I put up here so you have to know it's real.




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The video was false hope! LIES I TELL YOU! LIESSSS




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Again, you have nothing better to do with your life than try to bully a kid on a run tracking site. not even Facebook, or Myspace, for that matter, but a RUN TRACKING SITE. GROW UP.


What would I like to see on V2? How about a permanent Assclown award next to StopPickles? After reading his posts here I can see he's gunning hard for it again!




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For the record I had permission to flame the kid.




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I would like to be able to see who is viewing my log. I think i would be cool to list who my log viewers were, and have there names be links to there own logs.




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I would like to be able to see who is viewing my log. I think i would be cool to list who my log viewers were, and have there names be links to there own logs.


I think that feature was enabled at one point, but people freaked out about it and stopped viewing other peoples logs and/or starting making everything private.

Maybe people are more comfortable with the social networking aspect available on most sites. running2win was just ahead of the game with those Web 2.0-like features.

I guess Hoya could look into enabling the feature again...




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I think that feature was enabled at one point, but people freaked out about it and stopped viewing other peoples logs and/or starting making everything private.

Maybe people are more comfortable with the social networking aspect available on most sites. running2win was just ahead of the game with those Web 2.0-like features.

I guess Hoya could look into enabling the feature again...


Perhaps there is a way for when people view someone's page to allow permission to leave their "stamp."

In other words, say I go trolling Hoya's page to see how much he's not running, I can have the option for letting Hoya know I was there. Giving people the option of being known or being all sleuth like.




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Perhaps there is a way for when people view someone's page to allow permission to leave their "stamp."

In other words, say I go trolling Hoya's page to see how much he's not running, I can have the option for letting Hoya know I was there. Giving people the option of being known or being all sleuth like.


I know what we can have in V2 - one less member. Who? I'll give a hint: their user name sounds like BrewPat




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I know what we can have in V2 - one less member. Who? I'll give a hint: their user name sounds like BrewPat


TELEPORTER doesn't sound like that. Neither does Jim Sure or SmithOU812. I give up. What member is it?




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how about you overlay the map from the sex offender database with the run mapping feature?




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Hey I've been having problems getting on to the site. It loads about 20% and then crashes. I can't do anything but CTRL + ALT + DEL and bring up task manager to get out. It seems to hang on some google adds thingy, or at least that's what my task bar says when it crashes.




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hhhmmm... Is this something new? When did it start? Does it happen when you try and log in or when you first come to the site? I'm sure this has to do with - like you said - some Google ad so any details you can provide will help track down the issue.




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how about you overlay the map from the sex offender database with the run mapping feature?


funniest post ive ever seen hahahahahaha




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well son of a b**ch... look who crawled back up outta the toilet...




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well son of a b**ch... look who crawled back up outta the toilet...


hey f*gg*t how are you?! at least my life isn't running and i get some.




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I would like too see a function that sums up the amout of time that you ran accumlative for the whole year too date and gives you a average pace for the year too date. You have this for the week but I would like to see it for the year.




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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
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Please please please make a iPhone/iPad app for this website. Would be really great to log runs on the road instead of having to wait to get home by a computer




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hey f*gg*t how are you?! at least my life isn't running and i get some.


Good inductive reasoning! Truely, excellent work! From my post alone you deduced that not only am i a homosexual, but i am a homosexual who is currently sexually inactive, and that it is in part, if not entirely due to the fact that i serve no meaningful existence outside the realm of manual, bipedal, forward propulsion. You then also compared yourself to me, arguing that your existence is more fulfilling or you occupy a higher social strata due to the fact that you run less frequently, and engage in acts including, but not limited to sexual intercourse - and noting your homophobic remark - with a female.

congratulations on being a far superior being to me, and, might i add as a high school junior. you are well ahead of the game, sir.




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hhhmmm... Is this something new? When did it start? Does it happen when you try and log in or when you first come to the site? I'm sure this has to do with - like you said - some Google ad so any details you can provide will help track down the issue.


Started maybe 3-4 days ago. It happens when i first type in the name of the site. I tried googling the site and entering via the link but i still get the same result. It starts to load and the page looks fully done, but then the green loading bar shows it only at like 20%. Whenever i click on something to see if i can log in it freezes. I try to close the website by clicking the X or right clicking on the task bar and then closing but that still doesn't work. I then CTRL + ALT + DEL and try to end applications... It says there are 2 running 2 win internet applications running even though i only opened 1 internet explorer. So then i can finally get it to shut down by going into processes and terminating the dump prep that takes up like 50% of the CPU.




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Have you tried a different browser? How are you able to post messages? Does it let you in at some point? If you have not updated your browser I would probably do so. I have not changed anything for months on the homepage so I don't know what could be causing this.

Go ahead and rmail me so we can pick up there in trying to pinpoint the issue.




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Good inductive reasoning! Truely, excellent work! From my post alone you deduced that not only am i a homosexual, but i am a homosexual who is currently sexually inactive, and that it is in part, if not entirely due to the fact that i serve no meaningful existence outside the realm of manual, bipedal, forward propulsion. You then also compared yourself to me, arguing that your existence is more fulfilling or you occupy a higher social strata due to the fact that you run less frequently, and engage in acts including, but not limited to sexual intercourse - and noting your homophobic remark - with a female.

congratulations on being a far superior being to me, and, might i add as a high school junior. you are well ahead of the game, sir.


haha thanks. Nice grammar. I can barely write.




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I would like to see a "Keep me Logged In" feature on r2w, if at all possible. logging in would be much faster.




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Look, look everyone! He is trying to yell at me on the internet!

When you repeat ideas that have already been repeated time and time again by your elders, that gets pretty annoying too. Swallow your ego and accept the fact that you suck.


WHAT THE HECK? WHY ARE YOU 2 FIGHTING OVER A %[email protected]@%$ING WORD?




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[Posted 6/9/2010 10:16:53 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Actually, the site overall is pretty great. I actually think that it is a little bloated.

What would be great is an Android Application that is a slimmed down version of the website to update daily runs. Trying to use the website form a phone browser works, but is less than ideal. There are NO daily running log trackers on Android. This would be fantastic. I'll help create it.




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[Posted 6/9/2010 12:53:01 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You'll help create it? If so rmail me and we'll discuss it in detail.




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[Posted 6/9/2010 9:33:42 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I use the team page very often, but some members of my "team" only log during parts of the year (i.e. summer and winter break). I would love a feature that allowed me to check/uncheck the members of my team I'd like to see when I click on my team page. That way the dormant members of my team wouldn't clutter up the page and I could look at the people who are logging's runs more easily.




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I agree with this idea!




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[Posted 6/9/2010 10:36:08 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I use the team page very often, but some members of my "team" only log during parts of the year (i.e. summer and winter break). I would love a feature that allowed me to check/uncheck the members of my team I'd like to see when I click on my team page. That way the dormant members of my team wouldn't clutter up the page and I could look at the people who are logging's runs more easily.


is this really THAT big of an issue for you?




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[Posted 6/10/2010 1:58:41 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I use the team page very often, but some members of my "team" only log during parts of the year (i.e. summer and winter break). I would love a feature that allowed me to check/uncheck the members of my team I'd like to see when I click on my team page. That way the dormant members of my team wouldn't clutter up the page and I could look at the people who are logging's runs more easily.


I like this idea... Thanks.




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[Posted 6/15/2010 9:08:56 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You'll help create it? If so rmail me and we'll discuss it in detail.


could you possibly create a app for the iphone and Ipad as well. this would really be helpful to alot of people who are on the go constantly and dont have time to sit down at a computer and log their runs. thanks




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[Posted 6/15/2010 11:14:27 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Well the good news about the iPhone app is that I'm actually taking a class on iPhone development starting in a few weeks and because I teach in the same department and friends with the professor I'm going to see if I can concentrate on developing a system for r2w. We'll see if that's possible and if so we will have at least something this summer for the site.




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is this really THAT big of an issue for you?


hilarious




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[Posted 6/16/2010 10:44:21 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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include on runner's profile what team they coach/run for.




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Well the good news about the iPhone app is that I'm actually taking a class on iPhone development starting in a few weeks and because I teach in the same department and friends with the professor I'm going to see if I can concentrate on developing a system for r2w. We'll see if that's possible and if so we will have at least something this summer for the site.


thanks




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[Posted 6/16/2010 8:28:56 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I did not read all of the posts so I apologize if this is a repeat, but I would like to see a "jump to" option. So instead of having to go back month by month with the arrows to see what you did previously, you can jump to which ever month and year you want to, quickly and easily. Also, I don't know if I'm the only one with the problem, but whenever I click the "race" or "interval" check box beside the workout type, they never check. I thought it was my computer but I've tried on many different computers and none of them seem to work. It isn't a big deal, I just though I would let you know.




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[Posted 6/21/2010 3:30:57 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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What about, for friends/team members who run together, a way to import a run from another user's log? That way, a person without the correct time/distance for any reason (no watch, period of running2win inactivity, etc.) will be able to easily get the numbers from the friend they ran with that day.




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[Posted 6/21/2010 3:35:22 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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This isn't bad. For once i wont mock a post in this thread.




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[Posted 6/21/2010 6:38:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I am having trouble w/ the mileage for the shoes option. It may be because I registered first, then entered some workouts & then wanted to keep a running total on the mileage for my current running shoes.

Is this just a sequencing thing (as a newbie user)?

tx.




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I am having trouble w/ the mileage for the shoes option. It may be because I registered first, then entered some workouts & then wanted to keep a running total on the mileage for my current running shoes.

Is this just a sequencing thing (as a newbie user)?

tx.


rmail me about this. The shoes should should be tracking your miles. Check them again to be sure.




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[Posted 6/21/2010 7:10:26 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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What about, for friends/team members who run together, a way to import a run from another user's log? That way, a person without the correct time/distance for any reason (no watch, period of running2win inactivity, etc.) will be able to easily get the numbers from the friend they ran with that day.


Yes, I like this... Very good idea and I'll add it.




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[Posted 6/21/2010 10:16:53 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Ability to Add and Edit Difficulty of runs




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[Posted 6/21/2010 10:54:10 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Yep, that could be added. I'll probably add the ability to edit all your lists.




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[Posted 6/22/2010 3:00:17 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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How about the ability to view workouts that have been created for another team member? We can create the workout, but can't view it. A nice calendar page showing all the future workouts would really help. And to have the group manager have the ability to view that page for each of his/her runners is ideal.

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[Posted 6/22/2010 10:26:57 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
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Something that would be really useful. The split calculator that you guys have currently figures the splits in miles. I would like the option for 400 meter splits. That would be useful for 1600 races.




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I've added it just for you.




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[Posted 6/22/2010 11:43:42 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Someone might have already said this I admit I did not read through all 340 posts but what is the point of having the interval and race check boxes because it checks them when you choose the run type and you can't check them yourself. It just seems like a strange thing to me.




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[Posted 6/24/2010 9:13:41 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I love the injury option that is part of the workout log, but it would be GREAT if you could "see" when the injury occurred (i.e., red/yellow color on a specific day), the date of doctor's visits, as well as having the option to color a specific time period for recovery (i.e., 5 weeks).

Tx in advance. R




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It would be awesome if there was a way to export your logs into a spreadsheet. Not necessarily everything, but like miles and time.




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I would like to be able to see the scheduled workout and the actual workout mileage on the same calender view. Also, to be able to print the calender as a full page by itself without the rest of the website. I can do this but I have to go through extra steps to make it happen.
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[Posted 8/2/2010 10:58:28 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there a way to delete shoes because I have a bunch of old shoes that I don't use anymore and don't need to log anymore and they are just there. It's kind of annoying when I want to log miles on my current pair of shoes. Thanks.




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[Posted 8/2/2010 4:53:22 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You can go to your manage shoes page and make the ones you don't use anymore to inactive.

First go to your manage shoes page: http://www.running2win.com/runmanager/manageshoes.asp#

Then you can either "delete" unwanted shoes or just click on the ones you want to make inactive and change the setting.




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You can go to your manage shoes page and make the ones you don't use anymore to inactive.

First go to your manage shoes page: http://www.running2win.com/runmanager/manageshoes.asp#

Then you can either "delete" unwanted shoes or just click on the ones you want to make inactive and change the setting.


July is over big boy, I'm back on the r2w v2 is a myth bandwagon.




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Bigfoot is a myth, r2w v2 is more like a really bad hoax




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July is over big boy, I'm back on the r2w v2 is a myth bandwagon.


haha... Well, keep thinking that - I'm back to work on it myself and I would love to have something out there before the start of XC. All the new features won't be in it by then but it should be a good upgrade to this one.

I need some incentive here - the KWF has to get something going to keep me working on it!




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[Posted 8/2/2010 10:38:02 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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haha... Well, keep thinking that - I'm back to work on it myself and I would love to have something out there before the start of XC. All the new features won't be in it by then but it should be a good upgrade to this one.

I need some incentive here - the KWF has to get something going to keep me working on it!


Sorry dude, but I just checked snopes.com and v2 is on it.




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[Posted 8/3/2010 7:28:19 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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haha... Well, keep thinking that - I'm back to work on it myself and I would love to have something out there before the start of XC. All the new features won't be in it by then but it should be a good upgrade to this one.

I need some incentive here - the KWF has to get something going to keep me working on it!


I'd like to see v2 out before we elect a woman President. Good thing that is never going to happen.




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haha.... We'll see...




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[Posted 8/3/2010 12:53:58 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I want to see a "like" button!




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[Posted 8/3/2010 5:16:21 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I know a lot of people already suggested stuff about facebook. But I think this is different. Youtube has this thing where you can connect your youtube and facebook accounts so that if you comment on a video on youtube, it shows your comment and the video on your facebook profile. I think it would be cool to have a thing where when you log a run, there is a post on your profile that says what you did. (how many miles, terrain, comments, etc.)




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I would also like to be able to remove run types. There are a bunch of them that I don't use and it would be nice to clear them from my options.




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I'd like to see v2 out before we elect a woman President. Good thing that is never going to happen.


Wait, which is never going to happen? V2 coming out or electing a woman as President? Because I'm pretty sure neither is going to happen in my lifetime...




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[Posted 8/4/2010 10:31:05 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I always thought it was kind of weird that when you log a workout, only some of them - Hill Training, Fartlek, Aqua Jogging, Interval Workout, Race, and Cross Training/Other - appear on the bar graph as a different color. Actually, those workouts aren't just a different color as everything else, but also a different texture (like Intervals show up as green with the diagonal lines). I don't care so much about that but I think it would be cool for some of the other workouts - i.e. Long Runs and Tempo Workouts - to show up as different colors as well.




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I always thought it was kind of weird that when you log a workout, only some of them - Hill Training, Fartlek, Aqua Jogging, Interval Workout, Race, and Cross Training/Other - appear on the bar graph as a different color. Actually, those workouts aren't just a different color as everything else, but also a different texture (like Intervals show up as green with the diagonal lines). I don't care so much about that but I think it would be cool for some of the other workouts - i.e. Long Runs and Tempo Workouts - to show up as different colors as well.


Hoya is so amazing he made it so you could already do this...customize them...you can have all the pretty colors you want.




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[Posted 8/4/2010 6:10:27 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Hoya is so amazing he made it so you could already do this...customize them...you can have all the pretty colors you want.


Yep. I found this out about an hour ago. A couple buddies of mine told me on our run. Go figure, haha. Thanks though.




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[Posted 8/4/2010 7:45:51 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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well i'm not sure if someone already mentioned this cause i didn't read through this entire thread, but the "search for people" thing never works for me! every time i try it it says there's an error. is this happening to other people as well??




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hhhmmm... Yes, I see the error. If you do a search on, say, Ohio it will error. This is actually a small bug. I can get this fixed but probably not today. Thanks for letting me know though.




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[Posted 8/8/2010 7:49:07 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there a way to save your address when mapping out a run so that you don't have to locate your house each time?




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[Posted 8/8/2010 9:01:39 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You need to have a part for cross training that you can actully type in what the cross traing was if its not there to pick from.




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You need to have a part for cross training that you can actully type in what the cross traing was if its not there to pick from.


....there is. you can add your own..




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[Posted 8/8/2010 11:01:01 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I try to think of everything :-)




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[Posted 8/8/2010 11:04:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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itd be cool to have the option of having the calendar show only your total running miles for each week and not include the biking/other miles. Also, if you could name each run that you log other than "afternoon normal run" (etc).

(sorry if this has been suggested already but i didnt see anything when i perused the thread.:)




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[Posted 8/9/2010 2:04:58 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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My guess would be that it hasn't been suggested because it's already quite possible. You can change the time of your run from a scroll down menu as well as the run type. You can even make up your own run type and add it to the scroll down menu.

Uncheck the "count as run miles" box when logging work outs and they wont count towards your total run mileage in your log book. I don't think there is a way to not count them on the calendar yet.




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[Posted 8/9/2010 7:27:40 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Good suggestions... I wasn't going to add a name (description) to a run because, as ReeseY said, you can create your own run types. The combination of creating your own run types and writing in a description (notes) allows for better organization of data. I have no problem adding this feature if controlling your run types doesn't satisfy the logging process.

As far as the calendar goes you bring up a good point. It's difficult to know when and when not to show data to the user. Some members want to see everything they've done and some only want to see run miles. I guess the next version could have a checkbox for each run type that toggles if you want to see it in the calendar. I'll think of what to do here with that one.


Thanks for the suggestions.




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[Posted 8/10/2010 7:59:16 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there a way to schedule future races like you can with future workouts? I'd like to be able to see how far away the races are that I'm planning to run on my log calender.




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Hey Hoya,

Any luck getting the ability to upload Garmin stuff onto your site yet? 




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I have the reader done but still need to "move" the data to your log.  Keep on me to get this finished up - really.  I need to finish it before BrewPat's cone of silence is lifted Jan 1.




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[Posted 6/14/2012 9:25:13 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Personally, I would like to see Milestat and Garmin integration, or a better way to log courses. The current way does not work well for me.




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You should incorporate an extra box for striders or buildups after runs.

Thank You

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A way to edit or add multiple runs at once.  The format now makes you save a run, and then it returns to the homepage.  The process could be more efficient if you could edit a bunch of runs or at least a whole week of runs at the same time, and then return you to the particular month that you are editing...instead of going back to the current month.  For example, I was editing my October runs a few days ago and each time I saved a run, the website would take me back to my homepage with the November month showing.  Then I would have to click back to October to edit another run in October.  Imagine doing this particular process about 20x or so.....so I think there is room for efficiency.  This is just a small thing but I think it has some potential to help.




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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
-Chris


My suggestion would be that when we see the number of viewers of our log each day that we can actually see who is viewing the log. 




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[Posted 11/11/2012 7:48:40 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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My suggestion would be that when we see the number of viewers of our log each day that we can actually see who is viewing the log. 


That's been asked for for years. I was going to view your log and say something sarcastic... Then I notice it was private, so I believe the only people able to see your log are teammates, if you are on a team on running2win that is.




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[Posted 11/11/2012 8:24:38 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but please allow the removal of shoes from the shoe list. I would rather be able to find my shoes I'm currently training in faster than record which all of my retired shoes and miles.




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[Posted 11/11/2012 9:14:36 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but please allow the removal of shoes from the shoe list. I would rather be able to find my shoes I'm currently training in faster than record which all of my retired shoes and miles.


I think you can do that. The shoes page is under the Running Log drop down menu.




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[Posted 11/12/2012 2:14:06 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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1. I think it would be nice if we had a longer time before being automatically logged out. I know quite a few people, including myself, who are writing a lengthy comment in the workout comments section, only to have it disappear when we click save the run because it took too long to type.


2. I would like to see a way to compare user to user weekly milage. The way it is now, it only shows month to month comparison.





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[Posted 11/12/2012 2:18:22 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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3. I would like to see a way to designate paragraphs in the comment section.




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[Posted 11/12/2012 10:55:56 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Why change anything? The only thing I've seen that is stupid is when running2win.com auto logs me out and when it asks for my pass says it's wrong no matter what. That's pretty stupid.




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[Posted 11/12/2012 12:30:57 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Perhaps build a feature where runners can submit the races that they are running in, so that others can see it, click on it, have a registration link, location, time, date, etc.  



I can see two different formats which would have different benefits:



1) have the runners post the races they have in mind for the future in some sort of table (similar to the "plan a workout" option, but social)



2) have the race administrator (or anyone) post races where runners sign up. (and by sign up, I mean show that one is attending through R2W) This could be similar to the "Teams/Groups" feature we already have.  That way, someone could do a search for races in a particular location, see if any of their R2W friends are participating, or invite others to join.  






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[Posted 11/12/2012 3:33:04 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I would suggest getting rid of a lot of the earlier posts on this forum so that it doesn't take my computer five minutes to upload the page.




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[Posted 11/12/2012 6:01:53 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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For some reason, on some computers without wide screens, you can't click the (+) button on the interval workouts because it's off the white part of the window. I'm not really sure how else to describe it, and I'm not sure if there's anything you can do about that, other than making those lines shorter.



Thanks!




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[Posted 11/12/2012 7:34:21 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A "keep me logged in button"




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[Posted 11/22/2012 12:02:06 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be nice on the map feature if there was an option to trace the roads when you are tracing a route.  If anyone has used logyourrun.com, they have a nice feature that you can click a road and the route tool traces the road you are on instead of you having to go around and click a lot on the curves of roads etc.  It is a huge time saver. 



This is an awesome site though!




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[Posted 11/25/2012 5:02:18 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Something I wanted on this site since day one and I asked a few times to Hoya which he said he would look into it, that was quite a while back. The graphs that shows your stats of how many miles per week or miles per month is nice but it doesn't give you the option to see the graph in kilometers. That bothers me I wish we had the option to change from miles to km.



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[Posted 11/25/2012 8:21:50 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be nice on the map feature if there was an option to trace the roads when you are tracing a route.  If anyone has used logyourrun.com, they have a nice feature that you can click a road and the route tool traces the road you are on instead of you having to go around and click a lot on the curves of roads etc.  It is a huge time saver. 



This is an awesome site though!


I have a brand new mapping page that is awesome. Just at the tail end of it this weekend. All that is needed is saving to the dB and more testing. You should see it in a few days.




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[Posted 11/25/2012 9:17:02 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think it would be great if I could set a pair of shoes to default so that I didn't have to click on them every time and they would just automatically be set as part of the run. 



Also, I would love to be able to see my friends/teammates maps and also be able to use them. My teammates and I run the same routes and I would love to just be able to use their's instead of making my own map. It would also be cool to check out what trails and roads my friends are running when they are at different places. I realize this might be a potential security problem but it shouldn't be too hard to limit it to friends only and to have the ability to block people from seeing your routes.




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[Posted 11/26/2012 2:32:37 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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record mileage on more than one shoe per run?




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[Posted 11/26/2012 8:11:25 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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^^^Yes, being able to record mileage on more than one shoe per run would be an awesome addition.




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[Posted 11/27/2012 6:46:23 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd love the option to see the "Top 20" for Masters runners. 



Not that I'd be on there these days, but it would be nice to see where I am in relation to runners in my demographic.  You never know it be the inspiration I need to amp up the training a bit!!!



Thanks.




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[Posted 11/28/2012 4:17:00 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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i also +1 this. always a pain to try to keep track of mileage when one of my "workouts" is a race day, where im wearing different shoes




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[Posted 11/30/2012 5:26:34 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Maybe a part on your running log page where it tells you your average miles per week for that calendar year.




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[Posted 12/8/2012 1:40:58 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Being able to put planned mileage for upcoming days and weeks on the calendar on the front page would be awesome.





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[Posted 12/8/2012 7:25:17 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Yeah, i think having a top 20 for certain age groups would be really cool aswell.




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[Posted 12/10/2012 6:58:08 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Where it tells you how many viewers of my log I have, I'm interested in a feature that tells you who's looking.  It'd be interesting to know who's checking out your training.




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[Posted 12/11/2012 11:59:08 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Where it tells you how many viewers of my log I have, I'm interested in a feature that tells you who's looking.  It'd be interesting to know who's checking out your training.


Many have asked...  I used to have that but removed it due to too many stalker complaints.




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[Posted 12/11/2012 2:09:38 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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make a mobile version. or a windows phone/android app 




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[Posted 12/14/2012 1:06:03 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Simple fix that bugs me often enough to mention:

Have the "Running 2 Win .com" Logo in the upper left link to 'Home'.



I understand that these two buttons are inches away from one another, but the fix seems easy enough.....






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[Posted 12/16/2012 11:23:39 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Maybe its just my computer or internet, but when I take too long to log a run, maybe 5 minutes or so, when I click submit it leads me back to a login screen. When I login it comes back to the same day without any of the information I put in. I lose all my comments and so on. Recently, I've been copy pasting my writing comments as a safeguard, but its a hassle when I input in more than one area and have to reassign everything. Is this as common problem and can you fix it?




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[Posted 12/17/2012 1:55:01 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
-Chris


For coaches browsing the running of their athletes on the teams they have set-up on R2W - an easy way to get from the athlete's training log view back to the team. As it is now, I have to go to Home, then over to click back on my team, and then go to the next athlete. For an athlete who is signed up for a team, perhaps a logo or link or button could appear that makes when clicked on takes you back to the team view, so the coach can now look at the next athlete's workouts.



Thanks for a great program!!



-Scott (Coach Fick)

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[Posted 12/20/2012 1:45:28 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Thank you for the site!



As a coach I suggest that my runners call certain sessions by very specific names "segmented tempo, straight tempo. . . "

Is it possible to generate a running log view that only shows a specific run type over a specific period of time?



EXAMPLE:

All activities called interval from 12-01-12 through 12-21-12



Thanks in advance for your response




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[Posted 12/21/2012 8:37:31 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Larger font. Calculate "My Races" as a separate line item in the total running log on the upper left corner. Thanks,




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[Posted 12/25/2012 10:59:40 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to be able to change the log where my week starts on Sunday because my coach gives us workouts starting on Sunday..




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[Posted 1/1/2013 12:33:51 PM]  R2W Features

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What about a mobile app for Android phones? I know there is one for Iphone.




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[Posted 1/1/2013 1:11:51 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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3 things- 1-I used to be able to view other people's comments of their runs strait from the calender icon (in a group), but now i have to click on the bio page, then "my running log". Maybe its my computer but the calender way worked much better for me. 2- be able to view all of my workouts over time, similar to how I can see the races. This would be great to see the progress over time for my various speed, interval, hills, tempo, etc. workouts. 3- have an option under "my races" where instead of listing from best to worst race times, also be able to see my races in chronological order. That would be awesome!




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[Posted 1/1/2013 4:11:37 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It'd be convenient if there was a feature where you could enter your ZIP code, and it will find the weather, conditions, temperature, etc. in your area.




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[Posted 1/2/2013 7:35:44 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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a running2win app for droid users!




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[Posted 1/2/2013 11:02:46 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is it possible yet to view overall time spent running for selected years? I think it would also be cool to add little personal achievements such as Furthest Distance Run or Highest Mileage Week. If you could get a break down of a selected amount of days such as most mileage in a day/week/month and fastest runs etc.. that would be sweet too! Also, as others have mentioned... an Android App!




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[Posted 1/2/2013 11:06:43 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Oh and having the ability to impot data from Garmin or other GPS watch manufactures would be PERFECT.




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[Posted 1/3/2013 11:37:10 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Don't have the site time you out when you are logging runs.  Also, for some reason on my computer, the member search isn't working.





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[Posted 9/7/2014 11:51:43 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to see clowns not be able to post/hijack the top 20 with 1,000's of miles.  This is annoying as hell, can't you just delete idiots like this when it happens?




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[Posted 9/7/2014 12:21:59 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I second the post by nicpenning (above) about overall time and personal achievements. This does not concern the site but the app; can there be a lite version of the Running2Win iPhone app with less features but still free? Just a thought.




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[Posted 9/7/2014 1:10:45 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Forgot this in my last post: calorie counter with meals.




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[Posted 9/7/2014 3:39:10 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Having an additional option for 'trails' as a race terrain would be nice. I've just been inputting 'other', but I would like to be more specific.




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[Posted 9/7/2014 4:09:58 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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mustrider262 wrote:


Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
-Chris


Two things, perhaps. I apologize if they have already been said.
1. Maybe an ability to create more feelings during the run. The ones mentioned don't always match how I feel, and are not always all inclusive.

2. A bot to stop and auto-delete the 500mi a day spammers. They are really annoying, and just ruin the top 20 list.

Thank you very much!




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[Posted 9/7/2014 6:21:47 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Two things, perhaps. I apologize if they have already been said.
1. Maybe an ability to create more feelings during the run. The ones mentioned don't always match how I feel, and are not always all inclusive.

2. A bot to stop and auto-delete the 500mi a day spammers. They are really annoying, and just ruin the top 20 list.

Thank you very much!


2. A bot to stop and auto-delete the 500mi a day spammers. They are really annoying, and just ruin the top 20 list



THIS!




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[Posted 9/7/2014 10:02:32 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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For sure. Even 200 miles a day is pushing it. A line needs to be drawn, so that the fakers are booted out, but the ultra guys and gals don't get booted out as well.




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[Posted 9/8/2014 2:26:30 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I would like the site to be modernized a little more than it is. it looks too 90's.



 - Cray





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[Posted 9/8/2014 3:05:52 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Don't have the site time you out when you are logging runs.  Also, for some reason on my computer, the member search isn't working.



This happens to me all the time.



Also the place to input bodyfat percentage shouldn't be a drop down box. Why would I not want to include decimals in bodyfat?




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[Posted 9/8/2014 6:22:27 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It might be kinda neat to have a "spotlight runner of the week"? or of the day? Since there are so many runners on the sight. A person could tell us about themselves, nothing "personal" persay, but how they got started running and such. I didn't start until two years ago and I'm 43. I run mostly 5K's but am getting ready to do my 1st 1/2. Its just a thought. Also , would like to see the negative remarks kept off of here, sometimes I see posts that are hateful or distasteful and I see enough of that at work everyday, but I guess you don't really have much control over that. Thanks for the chance to share my input.




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[Posted 9/8/2014 6:42:54 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Personally within my team I run and talk about my teammat es in my log fairly often; however, I am not sure they know they are included in my log. If there was a way of tagging people in your r2w team/group or marking that you ran with them so later when you are looking at your log you remember they ran with you or just to let them know you are talking about them I think that it would be a great addition




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[Posted 9/8/2014 8:58:25 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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That would be awesome! My teammates don't go on much (if at all) and maybe you could set up something where you could get a message when you were tagged, and it would fill in some stuff that the other person already imputed




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[Posted 9/8/2014 9:02:08 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I think Hoya should add rss feeds to logs, so one can subscribe to logs that you are interested in on a daily basis, checking 5-10 different logs per day is not as easy as it could be under the current system(even with r-friends and teams). Or maybe just add the 5-10 most recent public log entries from your r-friends to the bottom of the home page when you are logged in. That blank area down there could use some content anyway.

As for running barefoot, I think the most accurate way to keep track of mileage is to not mileage barefoot, maybe some strides here and there, but not miles at a time. Then you don't have to worry about the mileage.

My freshman year of high school a guy ran several miles on a trail barefoot because he thought it would help his feet and he came back after practice was over with his feet all chewed up. Hearing our coach explain to a 15 year old the value of putting on the shoes that you own...priceless.


I agree with this. I would love to see a feed of my friend's log posts. This is one of the main things I do on R2W and it would be great to be able to see all the new posts in one place rather than having to click through each friend's profile to see if they posted anything new.




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[Posted 9/8/2014 9:07:44 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to see an overall update improving stability and maybe giving the site a more modern feel. It can be slow and not load which frustrates me. I can almost never search the community because it simply doesn't load. Also I feel like the interface is starting to get a little outdated. Don't get me wrong though I love this site and it helps me greatly but a with a few tweaks it could be that much better. Thanks.




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[Posted 9/8/2014 10:53:12 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Thanks for the thumbs up.  Yes, I agree with you 100% and am working on it.  This is more than a version 2 update too...  Good stuffis on its way.




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[Posted 9/8/2014 11:22:04 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Time of day. Like 6:30, 7:00, etc. instead of just morning/afternoon/evening/night




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[Posted 9/9/2014 8:33:17 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Awesome! Can't wait!




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[Posted 9/9/2014 9:41:07 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think that grass should be added as a possible selection for the terrain. And maybe a choice for multi because for XC sometimes I run on more than just one in one run. Thanks
By the way I love this site.




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[Posted 9/10/2014 1:46:46 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to see an option to have a default pair of shoes and have the default always show up, instead of having to select a pair every workout I log...   just too lazy I guess...




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[Posted 9/10/2014 2:03:54 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'm a huge fan of the Route Breakdown. Two improvements would help:

1. allow ascending and descending sort. It currently only sorts one way

2. allow routes to be collapsed.  I have a ton of routes and many I infrequently run now.  Thererfore, I would love the + symbol next to each route name so I could collapse those that I no longer run so I don't have to scroll and scroll and scroll and scroll.



Thanks for asking!




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[Posted 9/10/2014 6:18:39 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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When you click on another persons profile, its sort of awkward seeing the same screen as you would for your own profile with just a few differences. That could be cleaned a little. Awesome site




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[Posted 9/10/2014 9:16:45 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Please make an app for R2W for Android!




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[Posted 9/11/2014 11:42:39 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Didn't the site used to have a top 20 men and women??? What happened to the ladies?




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[Posted 9/13/2014 7:00:49 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Personally within my team I run and talk about my teammat es in my log fairly often; however, I am not sure they know they are included in my log. If there was a way of tagging people in your r2w team/group or marking that you ran with them so later when you are looking at your log you remember they ran with you or just to let them know you are talking about them I think that it would be a great addition


I like this idea a lot.  Over the years I've run with many different people and it'd be nice to see who was who along the way or how many different people you logged total mileage with.




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[Posted 9/14/2014 2:16:44 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Keep it hard core. Real training and real runners who want to be their best, whether it's 5-min. miles or 8-minute miles. None of this BS Runner's Word crap about the "experience," especially the Penguin BS...




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[Posted 9/14/2014 2:18:20 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You could also market your site with Hoya or Running2Win t-shirts with the runner image you have. I know I'd buy one...




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[Posted 9/14/2014 10:01:41 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I like running2win, but maybe you guys should start working on a completely new website look. Maybe a more modern approach. That would be pretty cool.

The sight is good, but I think its due for an ui upgrade.




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[Posted 9/16/2014 10:52:19 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to see an option to have a default pair of shoes and have the default always show up, instead of having to select a pair every workout I log...   just too lazy I guess...


I agree, it would be cool to have a default shoe. I also think that when your logging a race it would be cool to be able to select your spikes for the racing part of the mileage and trainers for the rest if that makes sense.  




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[Posted 9/16/2014 8:38:56 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be cool to see how many TOTAL hours we have ran, biked, swam, etc for the year, and in grand total.




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[Posted 9/23/2014 9:04:31 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It could be helpful to have an option for weekly view to specific microcycles. An example would be either traditional 7 week view or  a 10 and 14 day microcycle view




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[Posted 9/23/2014 2:36:54 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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The only thing i would suggest that i have had a problem with so far is an auto-shoe. I have several shoes in the drop down menu because i have my trainers then my spikes, but i would like to be able to pick a shoe to be automatically picked every run and if i want to change it while logging i can. Thanks




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[Posted 9/24/2014 10:16:56 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Didn't read through all the posts so this may have been addressed, but maybe clean up the hall of fame lists so they all make sense. Just looking briefly through the marathon and 5k times some are impossible. Might be user error but it would be cool to see an accurate hall of fame as I know R2W has some pretty quick runners and Olympic trials hopefuls/qualifiers.




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[Posted 9/24/2014 11:49:01 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think it would be cool if there was a "what you did a year ago today" feature on the side of your running log.




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[Posted 9/24/2014 12:47:37 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like if there was a way to indicate cross training in a r2w team. A team page allows a member of the team to see what one person ran for the current day, yesterday, total for the week, last week, days ran, mileage for the month and mileage for the year. However, although there is indication if a team member ran, there is no indication if the team member in general made a log entry. This feature would allow members to know if a certain member still had a log entry for the day, even if it wasn't running, for something else such as cross training.




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[Posted 4/15/2015 11:42:37 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A cross training forum would be nice.




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[Posted 4/15/2015 1:13:55 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Personally within my team I run and talk about my teammat es in my log fairly often; however, I am not sure they know they are included in my log. If there was a way of tagging people in your r2w team/group or marking that you ran with them so later when you are looking at your log you remember they ran with you or just to let them know you are talking about them I think that it would be a great addition


Yes, make it like Twitter where you can @ people, e.g. mention @alexralston in my log and the link would take you to his R2W profile.




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[Posted 4/15/2015 1:58:58 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be nice if we could create our own "attitude during the run" selections, like we can for workout types!




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[Posted 4/18/2015 10:05:43 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be nice if there was a page you could go to to see all the shoes you've entered and the mileage on all of them. If I want to check that I have to log a run, when sometimes I just want to see the mileage on my shoes.




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[Posted 4/18/2015 12:35:50 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be nice if there was a page you could go to to see all the shoes you've entered and the mileage on all of them. If I want to check that I have to log a run, when sometimes I just want to see the mileage on my shoes.


Look at the menu bar:   >> Running Log --> Shoes.  



Viola! 




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[Posted 4/25/2015 12:56:17 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Would love the ability to track mileage for things other than running.  I'm a triathlete, and love running2win but there isn't anything nearly as convenient for my swimming and biking, I have to keep track of those workouts in an old notebook.  If there were a drop down menu where I could select between running/swimming/biking and it kept track of those miles separately from each other it would help me out a ton.




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GRAMPA: "What's in it for us?!"

  JASPER: "Yeah, give us something we like or we'll ride out of town on a rail!"

  QUIMBY: "Well, what do you, uh, people like?"

  JASPER: "Sleep!"

  OLD JEWISH MAN: "Sexy dames and plenty of 'em!"

  GRAMPA: "Maaaaaaatlock!"





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[Posted 4/25/2015 11:03:44 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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sometimes when im menstruating i want my teammates to know so they don't think im just being a p***y so you should let me make it public plz 




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[Posted 4/26/2015 3:24:38 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'm sorry if someone has already posted this but I think it would be cool if I could see a graph of my overall pace on my runs over time. I know since last year my runs have become a lot faster and further and it would be cool to see that trend.




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[Posted 4/26/2015 8:05:25 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be great to be able to chose various privacy settings over who can view your log and if people do view it, I'd like to know who's looking at my log. 




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[Posted 4/28/2015 12:23:27 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I want to see a way that I can log more than 500 miles a day.  Sometimes I get a little excited and over do it.  Then I have to log it as 2 separate workouts, even though We ALL know I did it all in one go. 




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[Posted 5/1/2015 5:49:24 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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The ability to add multiple races within a single entry ie. track races. Also to assign different shoes to those races and to choose which shoes are visible in the list without having to delete them. I'm SOOO excited for the new R2W!!!




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[Posted 5/3/2015 6:27:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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The ability to add multiple races within a single entry ie. track races. Also to assign different shoes to those races and to choose which shoes are visible in the list without having to delete them. I'm SOOO excited for the new R2W!!!


This feature is scheduled for the 3.0 release.  Just so everyone understands, the next thing you see come out is only a "re-skin" of the current site.  I'm doing this because building all the new features into running2win is going to take a while so while that is going on at least the site will have a better look and feel.




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[Posted 5/4/2015 1:56:51 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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What about a VO2 max statistic that shows your V-dot after you enter a race result (similar to runningahead.com)




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[Posted 5/13/2015 12:30:56 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I like the idea that was previously mentioned of being able to tag other users in your log so you can see how many miles you've run with certain people.


Another thing is that I'd love if the mapping function allowed you to follow roads instead of just straight lines. Right now I just use mapmyrun and transfer the mileage to R2W, but it would be nice to be able to do it all on one website.




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[Posted 5/14/2015 10:42:12 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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hey mike star




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[Posted 5/14/2015 1:22:35 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I would like to see a cap on the amount of miles a person can log in one day.  Currently the top 3 women have 800, 400, and 100 in one day.  And, they do not appear to be ultra runners.  It would be nice if miles like this had to be approved or something.  It's just an annoyance. 




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[Posted 5/15/2015 8:57:57 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I liked the suggestions about privacy settings, tagging other runners in posts, and deleting old comments. Then I thought, wow I wish I could like or upvote their comments and organize the page by top comments, new posts, and stuff like that. Also maybe indent the responses to comments so that people don't have to quote other people, like reddit.com does.



Also have a gear section with singlets, hats, etc, stuff that we can easily link to our family members during holidays so that we can actually help out more with the site fees and what not. 






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[Posted 5/15/2015 11:01:18 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I would really like to see a new and more modern site design. I'm not going to lie, this site sorta looks like it was made in the early 2000's. It should be more simple and colorful/themed.




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[Posted 5/19/2015 7:29:36 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'm sorry if someone has already posted this but I think it would be cool if I could see a graph of my overall pace on my runs over time. I know since last year my runs have become a lot faster and further and it would be cool to see that trend.


Agreed!!!!! also a easier yet more flexible  way to input data from interval workouts




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[Posted 5/22/2015 1:18:13 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You should be able to follow runners so that you get alerted any time they log a race/interval workout. You could set your preferences to what you want to get alerts for. 



I just went off to college but still want to see how all my high school buddies are doing so I think this would be really cool!




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[Posted 5/23/2015 12:36:38 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Color Coding options on run logs so we can keep track of the "feel" of runs!




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[Posted 5/24/2015 11:32:56 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Color Coding options on run logs so we can keep track of the "feel" of runs!


Just add/edit activity types, and you can add color and patterns to your runs.




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[Posted 5/24/2015 9:23:14 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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No, not the type, more like how the run felt that day.  Just switched over from flotrack; they had it and it was really useful.  I guess with the coloring of the workout type it would be hard to have both, but maybe running2win could do pattern for type and color for feel, or maybe a feel color line under the bar in the weekly run graphs.




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[Posted 5/27/2015 4:08:45 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I liked the suggestions about privacy settings, tagging other runners in posts, and deleting old comments. Then I thought, wow I wish I could like or upvote their comments and organize the page by top comments, new posts, and stuff like that. Also maybe indent the responses to comments so that people don't have to quote other people, like reddit.com does.



Also have a gear section with singlets, hats, etc, stuff that we can easily link to our family members during holidays so that we can actually help out more with the site fees and what not. 




I love the idea of likes/upvotes for logs, comments, or forum posts




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[Posted 5/31/2015 7:00:57 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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An option to be able to tag a team member in your log would be cool. So they are notified whenever their username is mentioned in a log. This could just be within a team if that would be easier.




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[Posted 6/2/2015 1:37:34 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there a way to look at just certain runs? Like, list all the long runs at once, or all tempo runs? So that it's easier to see and compare times from week to week or month to month? I can't find a way to do that, so if it's not available, I would like to see this.  If i can actually do that now, can you tell me how?

Thanks!




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[Posted 6/9/2015 7:43:08 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I like the new look!

I do a lot of traveling and running abroad. It would be really nice if the map function for mapping routes had a 'current location' button that would use your gps location to zoom directly to the area you are in. It's not a big deal, but constantly having to zoom zoom zoom to find your location takes time.

Thanks for the great site!




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[Posted 6/10/2015 7:07:56 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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The ability to edit or completely hide the sidebars such as favorites and friends would be nice... And all the scrolling down gets very tiring. Perhaps look at adding pages instead of the one single page, or at least add that option?




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[Posted 6/11/2015 8:39:21 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Here's a couple of things I would like to see:

-The ability to edit the mileage of your shoe

-Links fitting in the log box (much like the wrap text function on excel)

-The time-out login page working



Please let me know if any of these things I can already do! Thank you! 




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[Posted 6/11/2015 9:39:32 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Here's a couple of things I would like to see:

-The ability to edit the mileage of your shoe

-Links fitting in the log box (much like the wrap text function on excel)

-The time-out login page working



Please let me know if any of these things I can already do! Thank you! 


You can edit your shoe mileage in the edit screen.  The box says "Starting mileage" but you can add to that whatever you like to alter the shoe mileage.



I'm not sure what you mean by the other two




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[Posted 6/11/2015 12:01:11 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Thank you very much! I will fix the mileage on my shoes now! Concerning the link comment, when you add one to a log it stretches the log box horizontally, so that when you're on a computer with a smaller screen you can't see the Add, Edit, Copy, Delete or Top buttons. I was hoping that you would be able to make it so that the text in the link wraps (goes to the next line) when it gets too long. As for the other suggestion, if I leave the browser open too long I get logged out of R2W. This isn't a problem, though. The problem is that when this happens a secondary login screen appears. I have been on the site several years and this has not once let me login. It always has a wrong username or password message. Otherwise I absolutely love all the features on the site and couldn't imagine keeping track of my training any other way. Hopefully my explanation this time made sense! 



Also I apologize if I sent this twice. In all this time I have never posted on the forum and am learning how to now!




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[Posted 6/11/2015 9:58:18 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Looks great! My only qualm is that the Running Log page needs to be cleaned up a bit, re-organized more solid background for the top or fix the design of the box that tells you how many miles you've ran total, in the day and year. 




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[Posted 6/15/2015 8:43:05 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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some things that I think would be cool (some of these have been suggested but I am reiterating my support) I apologize in advance for this long list. I've been just collecting all the things I think of for the past month or so.

1. Making the hall of fame legitimate by taking out things like someone logging a mile at 30 seconds. Or adding a filter that would require any race entry that would go on the hall of fame to be approved.

2. Adding the ability to search for certain races so you can see the logs of other people who ran that event

3. A search feature in general so you can find one of your own old logs or search for other logs on the website. Or a way to look at all of your runs of a certain type, like long runs or fartleks. I like how the route breakdown page looks and I think it would be cool if there was a page like that where you could compare your runs of a certain type.

4. It would be nice to have a feature to keep track of injury- like maybe a check box to click when currently injured so you can look at all of those or maybe a type of graph that shows the days you were injured and the level of injury pain you've entered. Or maybe the ability to enter an injury like a shoe can be entered to keep track of that specifically. I know I've gone back to see what I did in the past about a certain injury so it would be nice to have somewhere to get at it easily.

5. It would be cool to have a section at the top of the team pages to have logs entries that are new since that last time you looked.

6. Making the "hide X for no-run days" on the group page permanent. I hate all the x's, but it has to be re-clicked every time the page is visited.

7. In regards to the new website skin, I like it a lot but I think it could be improved by changing the way the menu is. Before, it was really easy to navigate, but now that you have to click on button in the top left to get to all the menu items, it takes a lot longer.


glitch I found: once I commented on a post "aww" but with a lot of w's to emphasize my point and it made the log window super wide so it went off the page and the buttons for delete comment or add an additional comment couldn't be clicked cause they were off the page. This also happens when posting a link or any long stream of text- instead of wrapping, the box will expand sideways off the page.

Anyway, I do love this site and it's been getting better and better.




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[Posted 6/23/2015 12:08:59 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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anyway to change default time of day for workouts from Afternoon to any of the other times?




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[Posted 6/24/2015 9:30:34 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I would like to see the calendar format upon opening my log. And then when I click on the day, it can bring me to edit the workout.




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I agree to this with the running times, just type them, but it must have something to do with your program to get mile splits, is all I can think???




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[Posted 6/28/2015 11:55:46 PM]  Messages to team

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I would be great if you could keep the last like 5-10 message you put up for your teams? It just deletes them after that day is over, that sucks. I would like if I could always see the last 5 or 10... Please fix this.




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[Posted 6/30/2015 12:07:53 AM]  Messages to team

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Will do for sure...




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Record two pairs of shoes for a run?




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[Posted 7/1/2015 12:34:22 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Record two pairs of shoes for a run?


This will be in the next version of the site for sure...  Actually, you'll be able to add as many shoes as you want to a workout.




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[Posted 7/1/2015 2:55:19 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I keep having captcha issues.  Whenever I try to log a run, the captcha screen appears and I enter the code into the box.  When I click submit, I just get redirected to the edit entry URL and my run isn't saved.  I can usually get it to save after trying 4-5 times, but it's really frustrating.




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[Posted 7/1/2015 6:59:18 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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It might have to do with the Strava widgets I embed into my logs, though I sometimes get the same issue when trying to post on the forums.




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[Posted 7/1/2015 8:18:40 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think it would be cool to have a leader board type thing for each event. It would be interesting to see where you stack up against other harriers on the site. 




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[Posted 7/1/2015 9:25:50 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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I keep having captcha issues.  Whenever I try to log a run, the captcha screen appears and I enter the code into the box.  When I click submit, I just get redirected to the edit entry URL and my run isn't saved.  I can usually get it to save after trying 4-5 times, but it's really frustrating.


I'm working on adjusting this - it's how we're trying to not get the attacks on the site but the settings are probably too sensitive... 




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[Posted 7/6/2015 1:31:28 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to se

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Is it at all possible to see who as actually viewed my log? It's nice to see how many, but I also think it would be cool to see who it was as well.




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[Posted 1/5/2016 3:38:11 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I don't lik how the data entry defaults to an interval workout now. It's a lot of fields to have to tab through.




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Is it at all possible to see who as actually viewed my log? It's nice to see how many, but I also think it would be cool to see who it was as well.


I can add this back in but there are privacy issues to consider




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[Posted 1/6/2016 3:15:09 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I don't lik how the data entry defaults to an interval workout now. It's a lot of fields to have to tab through.


Actually, it doesn't default to an Interval workout, all I did was show the interval entry part so you could include intervals with any type of run. With that said, I just readjusted the log entry page so it works (looks) better for quick logging.  Thanks for the suggestion!




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[Posted 1/6/2016 4:38:29 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Hoya, quick fix that might be better.  I think the "Save this run" button should be just as big or bigger than the "add/edit" workout" and "+" buttons.  




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[Posted 1/6/2016 6:03:38 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Allow users to delete or make inactive the pre set activity types.  I know I can add my own but I would like to remove yours from the selection so they are out of the way. 



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[Posted 1/12/2016 1:46:20 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think the messaging format could be fixed up a little. 



I try to workout splits to my athletes, but it usually gets all bunched and is very hard to decipher.



Maybe include the toolbar in forum posts for messaging???




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[Posted 1/12/2016 6:26:34 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Add rowing for one of the cross training options




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[Posted 1/14/2016 1:42:33 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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when we get a message in our inbox from the main dashboard, clicking on the message brings up that single comment, but we have to click to another page to see the comment in context of the workout and the previous comments. It seems like that intermediate page with just the new comment is irrelevant - I want to see everything all at once. Therefore, a new message should bring me directly to the workout that the comment is on so I can see the comment in context.




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[Posted 1/14/2016 7:43:37 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Add rowing for one of the cross training options


You can actually customize that list with any type of cross training you would like to add...




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[Posted 1/14/2016 7:45:34 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Allow users to delete or make inactive the pre set activity types.  I know I can add my own but I would like to remove yours from the selection so they are out of the way. 



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Interesting...  That's a good idea.  I'll try and add that to the next version.  Thanks!




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[Posted 1/14/2016 7:46:37 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think the messaging format could be fixed up a little. 



I try to workout splits to my athletes, but it usually gets all bunched and is very hard to decipher.



Maybe include the toolbar in forum posts for messaging???


Where is this happening?  That's something that can be added/fixed I'm sure.




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[Posted 1/14/2016 7:54:36 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Hoya, quick fix that might be better.  I think the "Save this run" button should be just as big or bigger than the "add/edit" workout" and "+" buttons.  


done..




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[Posted 1/15/2016 9:34:20 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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To type in your pace and time and have distance be the output rather than requiring distance and time to get pace.




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[Posted 1/18/2016 10:45:27 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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When typing in logs we used to be able to drag the box to make it larger or smaller. This was a feature that I really enjoyed that now seems to be gone. 




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[Posted 1/24/2016 11:11:13 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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What happened to our "favorites" and friends on the right side of the screen!! I am missing this feature.. 




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[Posted 1/24/2016 1:43:43 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Was trying to clean up the homepage...  I'll put it back but maybe on a different screen...




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[Posted 1/24/2016 3:55:58 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Can you please put the favorites and friends back on the home screen? 




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[Posted 1/25/2016 1:14:16 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Removing all of the fake times from the hall of fame would be appreciated. Along with having the splits from Garmin connect being sent over and auto uploaded into the workout. Thanks; keep up the great work!




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[Posted 1/25/2016 8:32:54 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Recording mileages on multiple pairs of shoes without having to log multiple runs. I.E.- Warmup and Cooldown in trainers but workout in Racing Flats.




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[Posted 1/25/2016 9:00:50 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Removing all of the fake times from the hall of fame would be appreciated. Along with having the splits from Garmin connect being sent over and auto uploaded into the workout. Thanks; keep up the great work!


This is actually in the system - find a run that was uploaded from Garmin and click on the mini map to see the details of your run




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[Posted 1/25/2016 9:01:45 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Recording mileages on multiple pairs of shoes without having to log multiple runs. I.E.- Warmup and Cooldown in trainers but workout in Racing Flats.


Yep, this is already done in the next version of the site...  




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[Posted 1/27/2016 10:26:00 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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App for Google Play is all I want...




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[Posted 1/27/2016 12:16:48 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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An app or adds for inspiring  more people to join, it would be cool.  



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[Posted 1/28/2016 2:29:50 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Well, the quick answer is yes...  I can try to add this to this version but I'm currently working on a complete new version of r2w and any time I work on 2.5 (the current version) will slow up the next version...




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[Posted 1/28/2016 8:03:26 PM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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We've debated the time entry thing and may go to the manual time entry, instead of selecting your times from a list. Thanks for the feedback.

Also, we'd like to get away from "demo" by the State-to-State Half Marathon in Oxford, Ohio. That's our goal. Thanks for all your help.


If we get this feature can we get it to import the time of the run from Garmin ?




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[Posted 2/1/2016 8:33:42 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Can you please put back the favorites/friends on the homepage?




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[Posted 2/2/2016 8:49:10 AM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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If we get this feature can we get it to import the time of the run from Garmin ?


hhhmmm...  I think in the next version this can be added




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[Posted 2/18/2016 2:23:16 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Chris, 



I log my runs in kilometers and when I hover my mouse over the mileage or someone using the miles unit views my log, each number rounds to about 6 decimal points which just looks downright cluttered and silly. If you can manage to round to the nearest hundredth it would be much cleaner. Thanks. 



A simple suggestion for people logging in kilometers.



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[Posted 2/24/2016 10:32:28 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Have mileage put in for interval workouts count towards total mileage. Not enter it separately at the top.




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[Posted 2/24/2016 11:55:37 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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oh true




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[Posted 3/2/2016 9:28:55 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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personalize your homepage (Quotes, personal workout schedule, etc.)




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[Posted 3/2/2016 9:32:52 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would also be nice if when you are searching a user you don't have to get their exact username.  I would also like it if for the "what is your attitude during this run" you could type it in.




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[Posted 3/3/2016 2:55:15 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Thanks for the suggestion.  This is a complicated addition but is on our list of enhancements for a later version.



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[Posted 3/10/2016 1:08:29 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I don't suppose you are working on a universal windows 10 app that would run on desktop, tablet and mobile are you?




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[Posted 3/10/2016 5:31:51 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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ConnorHeller wrote:


personalize your homepage (Quotes, personal workout schedule, etc.)


Going on this idea, my suggestion would be to have a quotation directory of a bunch of famous runners and running quotes.  From this, a user would have the ability to "like" a quotation, and each day a different one of the quotations that has been "liked" is prominently displayed on the homepage.  An even more complex idea would be to have the aforementioned feature, and then however many days/quotes there are, once they are run through, there would be a new quote that could be liked.  Lastly, I you should decide that this is a good and actionable idea, I think some people might appreciate a tweet or post to facebook button for each quotation.



Just building upon a suggestion.




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[Posted 3/11/2016 12:35:25 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Hey I wanted to say thank you for the website, the connections with other runners and the ability to see the progress in others are really great. Those daily quotes are my new thing, I think it would be awesome and up lifting. I think everything else is great. A good job comes from me.      




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[Posted 3/11/2016 12:36:21 PM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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Yea how about that Garmin ?




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[Posted 3/11/2016 5:39:28 PM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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Garmin is working well...  




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[Posted 3/11/2016 10:39:11 PM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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Possibly an easy fix (?), pagination on long forum posts like this so you don't have to scroll so far




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[Posted 3/13/2016 5:52:20 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be helpful if user can see their friend's private log that's not in the same team.



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kyajima wrote:


It would be helpful if user can see their friend's private log that's not in the same team.



Kosei


next version...




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[Posted 3/14/2016 3:31:28 PM]  RE: Demo page should be coming down soon

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Possibly an easy fix (?), pagination on long forum posts like this so you don't have to scroll so far


Good point...  will do!




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[Posted 3/14/2016 6:01:26 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I have 2 issues with logging runs.



1) almost every time I put in the mileage and run through the log data entry and the click on save and my mileage has turned to zero. It always saves all other information but 8 out of 10 times the miles zeros out.



2) maybe a related issue but on the home page where it has the little graph of my miles, it is always empty unless I click include non running miles.  I believe I am logging all miles in the running section so I am not sure why I have to click this box to get the workouts to show.



Any idea on what I am doing wrong?   Thanks




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[Posted 3/14/2016 6:49:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there any way you could put in an option to change shoes during a workout? I don't know what shoes to log when I do an interval workout where I switch between trainers/spikes etc.




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[Posted 3/15/2016 9:41:10 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there any way you could put in an option to change shoes during a workout? I don't know what shoes to log when I do an interval workout where I switch between trainers/spikes etc.


This has been added to the new version that is being built...




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[Posted 3/15/2016 9:50:37 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I have 2 issues with logging runs.



1) almost every time I put in the mileage and run through the log data entry and the click on save and my mileage has turned to zero. It always saves all other information but 8 out of 10 times the miles zeros out.



2) maybe a related issue but on the home page where it has the little graph of my miles, it is always empty unless I click include non running miles.  I believe I am logging all miles in the running section so I am not sure why I have to click this box to get the workouts to show.



Any idea on what I am doing wrong?   Thanks


I checked your account and everything was working as it should. My guess is it might have something to do with the browser you are using. To help find out what is going on try the following:



1) Try using Chrome (if you are not already using it)

2) Try using a different computer at a different location - and still use Chrome




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[Posted 3/16/2016 11:25:32 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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would be cool (and this may already be an option) to tag other people in your runs.  i do a lot of running with other r2w users, would be cool to tag them in my deions or something when i run with them.




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[Posted 3/21/2016 4:15:08 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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would be cool (and this may already be an option) to tag other people in your runs.  i do a lot of running with other r2w users, would be cool to tag them in my deions or something when i run with them.


Just added it to the next version list of things to add...  Thanks!




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[Posted 3/21/2016 11:03:55 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I wonder if their is any way to make it easier to see the other runners. I love the team page but my coach kicks you off as soon as you graduate so it dosn't get to crowded, but then you cant see the alumnies runs.  The "r-friends" might be a solution to this, i havn't used that enough to know but i would like it if maybe the friends page was set up more like the teams page, so you could see every ones name and milage, and also if it automaticly friended eveyone on the teem and you could go through and manualy unfreind who ever. I would also like it if the r maps could save your route and you could see others routs. also the map cant go off trail like it used to, i hate that it cant any more but its not a huge deal. also for the r maps if you could put your time at the end of each mile or at choosen spots that would be nice so you coudl save your pace in more detail. Just a few thoughts.  





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[Posted 3/21/2016 11:20:46 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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i think the forms are kind of in a bad lay out, it would be nice if instead of being at the bottom of yoru home page they had thier own page with kind of a face book type lay out were it shows the origanal comment first and then every one elses comments in a pull down tab. Also i think the posts are kind of a pain to read, like if you want to find a spicific day you have to go to that year and scroll through till you find the date you want. It would be nice if it had kind of the same calender type thing on other peaples that comes up on my own and a spot that you can type in/click on the year, month and then see the running miles for the day and you can click on that to see their comments about it. Also I like the idea of having more personal information like what counrty/state you are in, what highschool/collage/club team you have been on or are now part of, what your goals are ext. and if that were easier to see, like instead of having to go to their profile if it was just on the top or side of their log.  It would also be cool to have an easier way to find peaple rather than looking through a random mass of names, like kind of how on face book they have the sugested friends, that same type of idea based on simaler times/races/goals and peaple near you or who you might know based on who your friends are friends with ext. I know we dont want to make this to much of a socal media site and we dont want to coppy face book to much but i think they have a good format just becaue its easyer to see/find every thing.  





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[Posted 3/22/2016 5:38:58 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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An easy temporary fix: add a "Back to Top" anchor on the top of each reply near the date, title, and flag inappropriate button.



For v3,  I was thinking of something along the lines of having the original post fixed so that it moves down the page, and having the most recent post shown after that, i.e, original, new-to-old.  I also like the idea of pagination.  Another idea would be to have new next to each the forum on the list that has a post that the user hasn't read yet.



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[Posted 4/6/2016 12:01:27 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'm sure some one has said this, since this thread is 500 posts deep, but I think it would be cool if when logging a race, you could record multiple events, This would be incredibly useful during track season.




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[Posted 4/12/2016 8:36:09 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'm sure some one has said this, since this thread is 500 posts deep, but I think it would be cool if when logging a race, you could record multiple events, This would be incredibly useful during track season.


The new version of the site being worked on has this and multiple shoes for a single run...




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[Posted 4/14/2016 7:15:04 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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On the graphs section, the compare feature only allows you to compare with other runners if you manually type in their username. It'd be much easier to have a drop down menu of a list of the member's friends than to memorize the user's username.



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[Posted 4/15/2016 9:07:00 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I guess this is more of an engineering decision. But I think it would be cool to see d3.js used for charts. It could make them way more interactive! Or maybe even some kind of API to pull my running data from running2win so I could create my own charts/app view




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[Posted 4/15/2016 12:27:53 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Still don't like the running route mapper you guys have. It is my only complaint as a long time user. I use runningahead.com/maps to map my runs. Its simple and easy to use. 




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[Posted 4/15/2016 12:33:41 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Also. When I did try it once the miles seemed to be way off. For example, 1 mile is marked as 0.8 miles on your mapper




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[Posted 4/15/2016 1:44:19 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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When was the last time you had a look at r2w's mapping tool?  It's about the same as RA's and because we're using the Google API the distance should be the same.




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[Posted 4/17/2016 12:49:37 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A Weekly Summary comments option would be helpful to help recap the entire week. Usually I end up putting it after my sunday run, but a separate option would be helpful for those who like to summarize their week. 




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[Posted 4/17/2016 2:30:51 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Yes, I agree.  And speak of the devil, I was literally planning on suggesting that today.  I've just been not doing it at all.




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[Posted 6/16/2016 2:12:41 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A newsfeed feature. A page where your friends' workouts/runs pop up right after they log them.




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[Posted 6/16/2016 4:31:35 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A newsfeed feature. A page where your friends' workouts/runs pop up right after they log them.


That was planned for version 3.0 (we are currently on 2.5)...  Hey, is that a Carmel, NY singlet?




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[Posted 6/16/2016 9:32:30 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Good to hear! and it is indeed, graduated last year (haven't updated the profile picture since freshman year though).




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[Posted 6/18/2016 11:26:08 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It would be cool if I could choose what day of the week my mileage started. I prefer to start my weekly mileage on sunday and end it on saturday




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[Posted 6/18/2016 11:34:07 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Go to edit profile, scroll down to preferences, and select either Sunday or Monday as the start of the week.




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[Posted 6/19/2016 12:47:53 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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In addition to the individual workout planner, a way to plan weekly mileage goals. I would like to be able to say this week, next week, and the week after I want to run XYZ miles each week.




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[Posted 7/6/2016 2:13:14 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is it possible to see your total running miles stretched over months? I'm not sure where to find the actual total number of miles I have ran, so I was wondering, is there any place to see that? Thank you so much!!




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[Posted 7/7/2016 8:59:04 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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You can see miles per month if you go to your running log and click on the view year. This will sum by month. I will be adding a better report for this though in the near future.  Thanks for the suggestion.




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[Posted 6/29/2017 1:28:31 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Hoya wrote:


You can see miles per month if you go to your running log and click on the view year. This will sum by month. I will be adding a better report for this though in the near future.  Thanks for the suggestion.


Hey Hoya,

I noticed this was last question is in vein with mine. Did you ever improve the charts?



I would LOVE to be able to pull up a chart, then be bable to maximize it size wise the size of my screen. Very annoying to have a 24 inch monitor but the chart is only like 10 inches wide.



Thanks.




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[Posted 6/30/2017 10:51:11 AM]  R2W Features

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on most people's accounts you can, depending on if they are private or not. if they are public you can see everything but if not you have to be their friend




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[Posted 7/4/2017 2:41:31 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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When I put in a new place I run at, it screws up my whole entry, and then when I go back later to enter a new run, there are 3 different tabs of the new place to chose from.




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[Posted 7/4/2017 2:41:33 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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When I put in a new place I run at, it screws up my whole entry, and then when I go back later to enter a new run, there are 3 different tabs of the new place to chose from.




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[Posted 7/4/2017 2:43:27 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Also it would be nice to know the visiters who go on to your log.




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[Posted 7/5/2017 2:28:58 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Garmin connect that actually works.




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[Posted 7/6/2017 9:55:39 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd like to see "dirt" added as a terrain option. I feel like trails is specific and implies a level of difficulty that doesn't come with a simple dirt road.




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[Posted 7/6/2017 10:02:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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When I select OFF (none) for my mileage on a rest day, it still shows "normal run" and "0 miles" by default on my calendar. It's not a big deal but it'd be nice just to see "off" or "rest" on the calendar rather than do a double take every time.




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[Posted 7/6/2017 10:17:05 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I have two more suggestions to consider:



1) The running log should have the most recent entries starting at the top and past entries towards the bottom. As of right now, anytime I want to check my coach's comments for the week I must first scroll through all my older entries.



2) Is there a way to show someone you've seen their comment? I'd love a way to give a "thumbs up" or click a check mark on the comments on my log. My coach makes a point to comment on most of my runs and I usually don't have to say anything back but I'd love to show her I saw it and appreciate it (because sometimes I do scroll right over and miss comments).




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[Posted 7/7/2017 8:55:23 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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when i try to friend someone it doesn't go through




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[Posted 7/20/2017 9:30:25 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Good point...  Yes, the charting is something I'm changing for sure...  So much to do - ugh - but this is an important one. Thanks for keeping me thinking of these.




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[Posted 7/22/2017 10:44:13 PM]  R2W Features

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Allow me to use two shoes in one run! WOuld make tracking mileage on flats much easier 




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[Posted 7/29/2017 1:38:33 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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An app for android




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[Posted 1/3/2018 1:58:12 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Android App




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[Posted 1/15/2018 12:47:30 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is thier a way to make the last place you searched the default on rmaps or just select to change the default? Or any way to keep your adress in the search bar instead of just the Zip? Its so frustrating having to type in my adress every time, or search for the zip and then scroll around trying to find your house. Thanks, love r2w, keep up the great work!




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[Posted 1/17/2018 5:55:51 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Love, love, love Running2Win!



I just discovered the section where I can record my intervals.  Is there any way that you could give a total in distance and a total in time for all of the sets recorded for that interval section.  That way we could go back to the beginning of the page and record our distance and time.




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[Posted 5/12/2018 12:35:46 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Garmin connect upate:



Could you pull in activities based on their type instead of labeling all of them running?



For example, I did a cycling activity and it pulled it into R2W as running.



There are many modes, such as Cycling, Swimming, Hiking, etc..



That would be awesome if it could label the activity as something other than running if it is not a run.



Also, I still think the overall duration of the activity is better than the moving time on Running activities.



Still enjoying this site, but these small tweaks will keep me logging here.



Thanks!



Nic




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[Posted 5/12/2018 5:41:23 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I think it would be cool if there was a way to, directly from your races page, go back and see the training from around that race. So like if I want to see what I did around a particular race from 3 years ago I can just click from the races page and it will take me to that time period of my log.




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[Posted 5/14/2018 2:10:12 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Make it so you can type in the time/distance of a run, instead of the pull down bar in which you select it.




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[Posted 5/14/2018 2:19:17 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there any way you can make it so I can view only a specific workout type (or all workouts)? I'd like to be able to look back and scroll through all my interval workouts or tempos and see how I've progressed over the years to where I'm at now. It would definitely be a helpful training tool just to be able to see what kind of workouts I've done in the past as well. The data in the log is there but it's troublesome to do for 4 years worth of workouts. I think it would be a really cool feature!




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[Posted 7/28/2018 12:08:01 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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It looks like this took effect! Awesome!



Thanks Hoya!



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[Posted 7/28/2018 6:55:48 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I don't know if you've added some sort of feature like this, but a time converter would be cool (i.e. put in your mile time and it shows you an approximation of what your 800m, 3200m, 5k would be based on Vo2 or whatnot). Also maybe a way to use the RPE and your pace to create some sort of effort value. When you're tired and you run slower the effort may very well be equivalent to a faster pace when you're fresh. 




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[Posted 12/24/2018 3:53:01 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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One thing that I have recently thought I would like to see would be Text Manipulation within logs. Like bolding, italicizing, etc. Maybe some smiles. 

It would also be cool to be able to @ other people's accounts when writing logs and have them receive a message that they got @ed. For example, I'd like to be able to write "Ran this one with @teammateX, meanwhile @teammateY decided to leave us in the dust" and have both teammates get the notification that they were @ed (which you could turn off if you wanted of course).




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[Posted 12/25/2018 7:41:09 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Or, just call it tagging.




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[Posted 12/26/2018 5:44:12 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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I'd be interested in an update to the leaderboards which would allow you to see specific groups of runners, like those around your age or those living in your area. This could be a choice list, like "all ages, 0-12 years, 12-16 years", "all, USA, Northeast, New York, Michigan", or even "male, female, combined", or it could be typed in by the user. I would also think it could be convenient to be able to choose "under X years" (like U18, U15) or "over X years" (like 20+, 60+, or masters+) and combine the leaderboards, or compare them side-by-side on a different screen.

Any of this would be helpful to use to compare with other users similar to you and to connect with other runners in your area.




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[Posted 12/30/2018 11:40:30 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Wow, I just realize how old this forum is. Anyway, could there be a print-friendly option for a log? Maybe just like a year or something, but it would just have the details like distance, time, pace, comments, that kind of basic stuff.




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[Posted 1/2/2019 2:17:26 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Wow, I just realize how old this forum is. Anyway, could there be a print-friendly option for a log? Maybe just like a year or something, but it would just have the details like distance, time, pace, comments, that kind of basic stuff.


Well, you sort of have this now.  On your workout log page there are options to export your viewing data out to XML, CSV, or even iCal.  The data is limited now but it's enough to know what you did.  A much better export will be created but it's not ready yet.




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[Posted 1/4/2019 10:46:30 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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mustrider262 wrote:


Please send us any suggestions or recommendations you have for us. If you see an error, post it hear. If you don't like something, let us know.

Thanks for the help!
-Chris


For the Weekly View Team, there is a note that says numbers may be incorrect... working on fixing this... I noticed this before mid 2018... is this fixed?




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[Posted 1/10/2019 9:03:08 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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A "Night" choice for weather




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[Posted 1/10/2019 9:04:45 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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An update on the app would be great.  Or some kind of fix to allow cross training to submit properly on the app




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[Posted 1/29/2019 12:41:36 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Not sure if this thread is being followed or not, but for the weekly view for teams.. I assume it is working now....



But also is there a way we can customize this view/data range.



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[Posted 1/31/2019 3:29:30 PM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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Is there an easy way to go back to workouts done a year or three ago, without having to click month by month by month.  Mike Campbell ([email protected])




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[Posted 2/1/2019 8:57:52 AM]  Help us out! What do you want to see on running2win?

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