Please keep the performance Summary Info

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    Olivia

    Thanks for letting us know the Performance Summary widget brought value to your experience. I will pass this feedback along for consideration as we discuss ways to enhance the new experience on our website.

    Although not identical, please check out our new Stats page and let us know what you think!

     

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  • leonard griffith

    I agree with Drew. This feature must be returned for the site to have much value.

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  • Ruud Evers

    Agree with topic starter, being able to view mileage per week/month/year was very valueable to me as well. Dont like that it's been removed.

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  • Dan Swanson

    The weekly / monthly / yearly summary was absolutely the most valuable feature for me. I really like knowing how what I'm doing compares with what I did in the past. If you don't restore this, I'll start looking for another tracking site.

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  • Jason Hamer

    Please bring this back

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  • Lori B

    I feel the same way! I can't believe you dropped the weekly, monthly, and yearly summaries. That's literally the only thing that makes this app different from the rest. You've basically removed the reason I love this app.

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  • Art McKinley

    Yes, I like being able to look back over the months and years to campare, I don't see that now.

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  • Joel Plutchak

    I agree 100%. It's the most useful feature for me. Without it I will not use the MapMyRun web site.

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  • Gavin Holland

    This new website is horrible. You have literally removed all of the things I liked about it. I can no longer see monthly, weekly, yearly trends. I can't see lifetime stats. I can't see calories, steps, etc. The whole point of a tracking app is too track. If you can't see the stats, trends etc - what's the point? Unless you restore this functionality - I'll be going elsewhere.

     

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  • Andrew Brosowsky

    I agree with this.  I can no longer track my daily, weekly, monthly or yearly progress.  If the site stays as is, I will be canceling my MVP account. 

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  • Randolph Horn

    Tracking my progress by week, month, and year helps keep me motivated and set daily goals. It is helpful to compare the current period (week, month, year) to the extended series.

     

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  • Tom Kraemer

    Amplifying what the original poster said, the bar charts with weekly, monthly and yearly totals where the most motivating part of the site. I spent 95% of my time there. They were right there on the front page and they were what I used to formulate and track my goals - very simple goals - ride some each month, even through the dead of winter, ride more this year than last year - and know how close I am to meeting those goals. I understand the desire to have a clean interface but completely taking away stuff that was front and center before doesn't make sense. Could you just put the data somewhere else within the portal? The data exists - I've pulled a CSV earlier this week with data back to 2011 - so why not continue to make it available?

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  • Jennifer Lankenau

    I was very disappointed to lose this feature. According to the new UI, I'm unable to view my cumulative mileage, etc over the last months/years. This in addition to the removal of "auto pause" on the Map My Walk iOS app is making me consider other activity tracking apps. 

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  • Jeff Beyer

    Absolutely a needed function. The bar graphs of cumulative totals, weekly, monthly, yearly, and then lifetime totals are a major reason to use this app and website. 

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  • Julie Baird

    This was one of my favorite features, as well.  I like being able to look at the past days/weeks/months/years and see how I am improving or lagging.    I have been on track to meet last years total mileage at some point in July and now I can't even see it to know when it happens.  It's a huge motivator to me as a casual runner to see when I've met goals.

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  • etinthelab247

    I was surprised that, in the calendar view of the workouts, the weekly summary has disappeared.  

    I found this useful to be able to compare week to week with a quick glance.

    Has this information moved to a different view I haven't located?

    Can the data be exported so that I can drop it into a spreadsheet and use any view I want?

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  • etinthelab247

    I answered my own question about the export.

    I'll have to consider the frequency that I export, but that should be enough for a computer geek like me.

    Thanks.

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  • Brad David

    Yes, please  bring back the bar graphs that showed historic information.  It was the best part of your website

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  • Djeneba Traore

    Agreed! I like using the calendar to view my total distance and time at the end of each week and the dashboard to view weekly,  monthly, and yearly trends. All of this helps me decide to increase my distance, when to back off a little, and see how this year compares to the last. This is, in fact, my purpose for logging into the website today and every other day since 2007 - and especially since this is not available on the mobile app. I feel that I've lost a tremendous amount of valuable, historical data. Yes, it might still be there, but I'd have to do a lot of work on my own time to export the data into Excel and create my own, interactive dashboard. And if these features are still available on the website, it's no longer intuitive as to where it might be.

    This is a HUGE LOSS. Without those features, Map My Run's value decreases significantly.

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  • Steve Schuring

    I agree.  I especially enjoy being able to compare annual totals over the last several years to see year over year mileage increases.

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  • Kate Chhatwal

    Assuming this is the bar charts for weekly, monthly and yearly tracking - yes please bring them back.

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  • Jon Glass

    Don't like the new app.  Definitely miss annual miles, monthly, weekly etc. comparable miles.

     

     

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  • Philip Jones

    I think this is the same feature as being mentioned in graphs here as I think the data is more important than the graphs themselves:

    https://support.mapmyfitness.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360063641511-graphs

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  • Mike Boisseau

    I am devastated that the monthly and yearly performance summary was removed from the website.  As someone who sets goals to achieve year over year improvement, this history is absolutely critical to me and the prime reason I have stayed with MMR for so many years.  Please bring this back. 

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  • Kenneth Shtupper

    Extremely disappointed that this useful feature has been removed.  After being a premium (paid) user for over 7 years, I will not be renewing and instead will look at other apps.  It's so rare to see apps drop useful features and become worse, but you've managed to do just that.

     

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  • David Woelk

    I have been using this App to track my fitness for over 5 years. It was very useful to be able to check month to month and year to year activity. Please bring it back.

    It is a feature that adds motivation to continue to be as active or improve on past months or years.

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  • Alex Bowring

    By this did you mean where you used to be able to see how far you had ran in previous months/years? If so, i completely agree. Its really motivational to be able to see yourself running further this month than the previous month. My goal is always to run further every year... but now i can't remember what my total distance was last year and they got rid of the feature to see :( 

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  • Brian Hutzell

    Agree. I can't see any way it makes sense to take this feature away.

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  • Carter Stevens

    I agree- I just logged into my account on my desktop today and was very disappointed to find that summary gone. The primary reason I use MapMyRun is so that I can compare trends over time, current to past months, etc. This feature has kept me using your app for years. If it's now gone I'd recommend you bring it back, at least in some form, for users to access.

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  • Mark Kilroy

    I concur.

    Not happy with the information summary as now presented. The removal takes away one of the main reasons I continued to be a MVP 

    So unless it is a) re-instated - or b) what is proposed to replace it - I will not be continuing my membership and will go to Strava.

     

    Thanks

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