Retiring the following features from our website: Activity Feed

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    Liz

    Hi Buddy, we appreciate you letting us know how viewing the Activity Feed on our website is important to you. When the redesign goes live you will only be able to view it on our mobile apps. I apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause. We value all user feedback and will forward this to our developers for consideration. 

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  • Peggy Fischer

    I edit my workouts and use the activity feed every day for classes I take and weight training and running and hiking and walking. I will be very upset if the Activity Feed is removed. The application options do not work as well on the app as they do on the web version. The app is basically not user friendly. We joined MapMyFitness and MyFitnessPal for a reason versus other fitness application options. You need to listen to the people who use your applications and not eliminate the tools we like to use. 

     

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  • Jared Rivera

    Liz, this answer sounds like you are apologizing because its a done deal.  Can a developer come on here and see that many of us either don't like the app, or simply can't (I don't have any kind of smartwatch or smartphone.).

    Please PLEASE do not get rid of the activity feed.  It and the Route Genius are the only two features I use.  There is no one else out there with a website feature like those two that I am aware of.

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  • Paul Nancarrow

    This isn't much of an answer. I also rely on the Activity Feed, on both the mobile app and the website, to keep track of comments I make on the bike rides I log with MapMyRide. This helps me choose which routes to keep, which to repeat, which to modify, which to abandon. With the Activity Feed removed, I will get a lot less out of this site. Why are you taking a good side and making it much less usable? 

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  • Randy Suchy

    I like the browser activity feed as well, however even now anything over 3 months fall off.  Your activity feed on the mobile app is all-time...  hope that doesn't change???

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  • Ydubya W

    I agree with Buddy. I sit down with my laptop and read my friends' workouts, look at their comments and photos. I personally don't care to be peering at a phone all the time.

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  • Kevin Robinson

    Please please please reconsider doing away with the feed. Thanks!

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  • Graham Taylor

    Hi All,

    I have a suggestion, KEEP the Activity Feed on the "Map My" platforms (I use Map My Fitness BTW) but remove who has made friends with who from it and ONLY have actual activities showing on there.

    The website feed is great for interacting with friends who have posted Activities there...yes i know the app will still have it but i do prefer to look at my 24" monitor over my Iphone when browsing MMF!!!

    Regards

    Graham

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  • Enrique Rojas

    Hi Liz, One of the most powerful social features that MapMyRun has is the Activity Feed. I personally use it every day to communicate with my friends even if it is rudimentary and does not offer possibilities to send private messages.
    Instead of removing it, the developers should reconsider how to redesign it and make it a more user-friendly tool. This would certainly boost Under Armour's sports article business and enhance its popularity on the Internet.

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