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  • Official comment
    Olivia

    In response to your feedback, we have brought back the ability to view aggregate statistics, which you can access here: https://www.mapmyfitness.com/workout/stats

    Click the dropdown menu in the upper left to view daily, weekly, monthly, or annual aggregates of your distance, duration, and calorie burn. 

    UPDATES: we recently shipped a few improvements to the Stats page, including:

    • Link to Lifetime Stats page
    • Filtering by Activity Type 
    • Ability to select from Sunday or Monday week start day, or rolling week (i.e. last 7 days)
    • Ability to toggle backward/forward on date range using < arrows >
    • Bargraph values displayed without needing to hover

     

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  • Simon Douglas

    Agree!!  I don't want to have to download all that info and pivot it myself.

    Honestly - the bar graph was my most used feature.

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  • David Thornley

    Absolutely agree! This was one of the simplest, yet most effective ways to set goals and see progress. Please, Please, PLEASE add it back.

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  • Jerry Dearbeck

    i agree a whole bunch.  Cant believe that they would dumb down their website.  The bar graph, monthly and annual tracking was my favorite. I really liked where I could compare to where i was in the previous year. 

     

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  • Paul Taylor

    I will second that, not sure what they were thinking when removing it

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  • Len Layman

    I agree.  I  liked being able to check daily, weekly, monthly and yearly progress.  I set goals of all of those and have lost the ability to easily track where i stand.

     

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  • Leon Hoffmann

    Yes we need it on the website and on mobile apps. It would also be nice to filter by type of activity and to see miles and avg pace statistics so you can monitor progress.

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  • Jon Anderson

    Being able to compare week-week, month to month, and year to year was what I used the most. 100% bring this back, please.

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  • David Robertson

    Agree, was my favourite feature.

     

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  • Uwe Hagedorn

    Sorry, without summary/graphs, I don't need the app.

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  • Fer Nando

    I agree that the changes in the websites are not nice for the majority of us.

    How is called the widget were you can see your overall performance with red-black-green lines with the +2 and -2 stds (or something) from the past complete year! 

    I've always look that graph to keep me motivated!

    Please add this back as well!

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  • Katy Arkell

    Agree with all the above comments, please bring this feature back!

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  • mark mattoon

    The removal of the bar graph feature is mind boggling to me. Being able to sit down at the computer after each run to check my progress for the week, month and year compared was the best part of using this app. The website has lost its best feature and for what purpose? It isn't any easier to navigate than it was before. It just makes no sense. Removing functionality for no gain? Why would they think it was a good idea to do this? I have been doing this for six years and now it is gone. I am so disappointed.

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  • Jez Slowe

    I agree. I have been hunting around for it. Again my most used featured.

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  • Mike Boisseau

    YES!  Glad to hear you will be bringing this feature back!  Absolutely need it!

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  • Mike Davis

    It just takes me too long to learn changes. But I agree with the above comments, I really miss my stats from the past. Hopefully, you will bring it back.

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  • Ray Gildner

    This design was clearly NOT created by runners, nor does it appear that runners were involved in the process. Most training is designed around the WEEK (see Lydiard, Daniels, Higdon, etc., etc.). The earlier design had multiple week views. If there's one hidden somewhere in this new design, I can't find it.

    Seriously, without a weekly view, the value of the site is severely compromised.

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  • dave smith

    I agree with all comments above.   I too like to track my weekly, monthly and yearly totals.   I've set goals for myself (such as 1,000 mi per year) and the bar graphs / design allowed me to easily toggle between month and year which enabled me to easily track my progress.  I would be greatly appreciate if you could bring that feature back.

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  • David McDaid

    Yes the bar graph feature was very important to me. i also used the bar graph feature frequently to check daily, weekly, ,monthly and yearly progress. Much more difficult to make these comparisons now.

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  • Vaclav Stovicek

    For me was the bar graph was my most used feature too.

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  • Marcus Borman

    Completely agree! My three favorite features were the bar charts, the weekly view on the calendar, and seeing my splits (and they removed two of my favorite three features)... Glad I am not the only one who is missing this.

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  • JP Snow

    Well said. I have the same need, and like some of you am downloading and creating pivot tables to summarize progress. This morning to check progress on my riding goal for the week, I scanned the calendar display and used a calculator. What's the use of a UI if it only replicates what could be done on paper? 

    Also, I posted a similar post a few days ago that never appeared. It showed as "pending approval" after I submitted. The demand here may be greater than the support community is showing. UA, what happened to my post referencing "spreadsheets and calculators?"

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  • Alex Finch

    I agree, the ability to view your totals distance by year is great, especially if you have a target you want to hit for a calendar year.  I have had to go back and manually add up each month. 

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  • Alan Flory

    This post is very relevant to the discussion.  This was an excellent feature and is missed.  Why was it deleted when so many people used it?  Please bring it back quickly.

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  • Josh Petrie

    Same here. Being able to compare months and years was the only reason I logged into the website rather than the app.

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  • Mark Slater

    I completely agree. I’m lost without this feature and ability to look across weeks, months and years. Please bring this back! The most used feature by me and my friends by far.

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  • Gareth Beddoe

    Yes please bring this back ASAP - it was my favourite feature on the website!!!

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  • Eddie Frie

    the bar graphs before had a few problems like not changing unit labeling after change the data selected.  It was a minor problem, but if they are starting from scratch,  I would like that problem solved.  For now, I am downloading the text and massaging it into excel.  That is clunky,

     

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  • Kenneth Shtupper

    Adam, Analytics are very helpful for setting goals, measuring progress, etc. it’s helpful to see summary data by year, month, week, day, etc. Two week rolling average is very helpful. All of this worked pretty will before the downgrade. 

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  • Merritt Moss

    Totally agree as this was probably the best feature of the App! Please bring it back soon.

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