Don't remove Gear Tracker

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    Liz

    Hi Elijah! We appreciate your feedback about our upcoming changes to the website. The Gear Tracker will now only be accessible in the mobile app. We will review and consider user feedback as we continue to build and improve our apps and sites. 

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  • Al Willliams

    Please reconsider keeping Gear Tracker on the website.  It's very helpful and useful when going through my activities.

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  • Shawn Johnson

    I agree, Gear Tracker is essentially the only thing keeping me using Map My Run.  Without that, I will likely switch completely to Strava.  

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  • Kevin Boughton

    I am another that is asking that you reconsider removing gear tracker from the website.  For starters, for some of us it is easier to use a website than our phones/apps.  In fact, I can't even figure out how to add which shoes I wore on my runs on the app.
    I'll be honest, the two features that keep me on here are and not in any order, The challenges and gear tracker.  To be honest, without the gear tracker, I would probably stop using the site/ap.

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  • Peggy Fischer

    I too use the web version of gear tracker. The mobile app version is useless. I want to keep track of the miles on the various shoes I wear for road and trail running and walking and hiking. The gear tracker is a very useful tool.  Please do not remove it. 

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  • Teri Olcott

    Keep Gear tracker! Why would you remove it? I will switch to Strava if it's gone. 

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  • Melanie Schmidt

    I am adding my voice to the request for keeping the gear tracker on the website. Not all of us use the app for our workouts but choose to log manually via website.

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  • Nita Sweeney

    If gear tracker is removed from the website, I will be another customer you lose to Strava. Gear tracker is the main reason I have stayed with MapMyRun for all these years.

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  • Mark Madonna

    Hard to believe that Gear Tracker is so difficult to maintain on the website, when the data is readily available in the mobile app.

    Keep it available in the website as well, please!

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  • Sheldon Johnson

    If the gear tracker is removed I am done using mapmyfitness.   This feature was the primary reason I started using this site the first place.  I was using Microsoft Band (already a few years back) and Microsoft did not have any built-in gear tracking.  I have since switched to Garmin which does have its own gear tracking but continued to use mymyfitness to bridge the gap for gear tracking that was already in progress.   But if mapmyfitness no longer has gear tracking on the main site, I am not sure what it offers me compared to just switching and entirely using Garmin connect for all my fitness tracking needs. 

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  • Kathy Turner

    Geartracker is the ONLY reason I use MapMyFitness instead of Strava. I use my Apple Watch to track, so I have to edit my workout on the website to add my gear. If you stop allowing this, I will be heading to Strava.

     

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  • Chris Land

    Please keep the website's Gear Tracker functionality. After each run, I edit the workout via website to add the shoes that were used. When editing a workout via Android app, I have never found any option to add the shoes that were used. Also the Gear Tracker section of the Android app doesn't even show my current shoes.

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  • Bubba Littrell

    What is the intent behind removing gear tracker on the website? I am a MVP Member (since 2008) and losing the gear tracker function could be the deal breaker in my renewal decision. I love a lot of MapMyRun features (I.e. editing maps, create routes, etc.), but losing the gear tracker would be devastating. 

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  • Nita Sweeney

    I have been a paid member of MapMyRun for many years. I would be willing to continue my paid version if you keep Geartracker. I understand that maintaining both website and mobile app are two different things, but Geartracker is essential. It's part of what makes MapMyRun so useful. Please reconsider.

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  • Kristen Tabor

    Please keep Gear Tracker available on the website!  I cannot use it on the app, it doesn't work and it's very frustrating to struggle with it.  I love being able to go back and change gear used on a workout, after the fact, on the website.

    I discovered Gear Tracking a couple of years ago and have found it to be absolutely invaluable as a runner who is finally taking it seriously enough to need to have some way to easily track shoes.  The best way for me is to have it as part of my overall workout tracking.  If you get rid of it, then I guess I will have to leave MapMyFitness altogether and find another product that works for me.

    I have been with you for almost 20 years, and I would hate to lose this relationship.

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  • AL Matherne

    Gear Tracker isn't user friendly on the app. Please don't remove it from the website as well. I will be another customer leaving for a different running app if you remove it. Literally only use MapMyRuns for the gear tracker and history of my runs to keep me motivated. Having multiple shoes to track makes the gear tracker a much desired part of the app/website. 

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  • Michael Finocchiaro

    Please do not drop Gear Tracker. It is very useful to know about when to retire my shows. As others have stated, this would be a deal-breaker for me on renewal. It would be good to add shoes to the set list as it apparently only lists shoes that are available on line thru Zapatos or something. It also should remove retired shoes from the list that we select from when recording a run. Please DO NOT remove this very useful feature.

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  • Shannon Keith

    Please do not remove gear tracker. I use the website exclusively. Without Gear Tracker, I'll wind up having to keep a record of how many miles are on my shoes on a piece of paper. Please don't do this.

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  • Randal Garner

    I have to add my opinion also, I use the gear tracker for all my shoes and like to manually enter my data on the website and rarely use my app on the phone.

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  • Jens Krüger

    It has been more than a month, since I first expressed my disappointment about the removal of the gear-tracker. Reading the comments from other unsers it is even more difficult to understand why this essential feature has been removed. The most frustrating aspect is that UA has not even found it necessary to comment if the complaints are being heard.

    Can we please have a statement if we the users shall just be patient for a few more weeks and will then have the feature back  ... or is UA's decision final and everyone can make plans for the future.

    If I don't read a comment from UA on this end of August I'll assume that the feature will not come back. 

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  • Bryan Lasky

    I'm sad to see gear tracker go from the website. Some of us dont use the app, since it's not user friendly for the gear track aspect. Please consider returning it. It's not like it takes up a lot of space on the site.

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  • Greg Hill

    The app is useless for gear tracker, so it really is a necessary feature of the website.   It wasn't perfect because specific shoes were hard to match.  Choices were always outdated.   But I use gear tracker every day.  Please put it back in.

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  • Patrick Oswald

    Dude I literally use everything I could as part of this UnderArmour/MapMyRun environment, they should have called me before making such drastic changes to the website (Don't even get me started on the removal of the daily, weekly, monthly bar graphs). 

    It seems like they had a minimalist artist making design considerations for, essentially, a statistics website. I don't think there is a statistician on Earth who thinks "less is more". Is losing the gear tracker a server space thing?   

    So I have UA connected footwear (UA HOVR Velociti 2) that can no longer be tracked via gear tracker on the MMR website... Doesn't UnderArmour own MMR? Was UA consulted about this? Because my incentive to purchase future UA shoes has just decreased. 

    I usually track my workouts on my watch (Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 - UnderArmour Edition), and everything automatically updates on the website for me so when I got home I could view everything conveniently and compare stats and check out my mileage before a run. I didn't even need to put down what gear I was using because it already knew (what I thought was a benefit of UA gear). 

    At least the gear tracker is still on the mobile app though. Oh wait, I just checked the phone app, it doesn't have any of my new gear shown (~50 miles)? So it appears the website and the phone app aren't even linked up properly. I feel betrayed.

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  • Rick Ross

    So I don't know who is responsible for feature development on your website but they failed.  Did they even talk to the users?  First they took away weekly mileage on the Dashboard, now I found out they took away the gear tracker.  FIRE THEM!  What does the web site even offer any more?  I don't run with my phone.  I run with a watch, then upload.  Thank goodness I use Strava, Garmin Connect and MapMyRun.  I learned long ago not to put all my eggs in one basket and you just made me glad I don't.

    I see you have been "refining features currently offered on our websites".  Change "refining" to "removing" and you nailed it.

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  • Paul M

    How can you only keep the Gear Tracker on the mobile app when it didn't work on the mobile app?!?  It only was available if you actually run with the phone and track your course that way.  If you just have a nicely designed route (which is a feature you have, so I'd think you'd expect us to use it), then you can't log the gear.

    Seriously, who came up with these changes?  I haven't seen anything new that's good, and EVERYONE is complaining that you took away useful features.  

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  • Deron Johnson

    As other commenters have stated, please bring back gear tracker on the web site.

    • I have used the web site exclusively, since I find it easier to use, and I don't always carry my phone when I run. I know how long the path is that I run along, I don't need to measure it ever time.
    • I can still add and edit workouts on the web site. So far so good.
    • Now I want to add a new pair of shoes. No way to do this on the web site. I guess I need to start using the app.
    • I go to the app, and yes I can add my news shoes. Now let me go into a recent workout and edit it. Wait, I can't add/edit  gear. Back to the web site...

    This is really convoluted.

     

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  • Chris Morgan

    Gear Tracker is the main reason why I haven't switched completely to Strava.  Removing it really removes the reason I use MapMy at all anymore.

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  • Robert Green

    Curious as to whether or not you got any positive feedback on removing gear tracker? Like others, I used MapMyFitness primarily because it did track my miles, especially for running shoes. Was getting frustrated that the shoe database was not being updated but that's OK I could fake a pair of shoes, and put the description of the shoe and date started as the shoe name. Can't really see any other reason to continue to get UnderArmor emails (er, I mean use MapMyFitness). If you bring that back, let us all know.

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  • Ron Harris

    Sad that you seem to be ignoring pleas to reinstate gear tracker

    Luckily the option to uncheck auto-renew on my subscription does work, because I certainly won't be paying for this site any more

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  • Brian Schrader

    As an AVID user of the website - yes, the website and nothing more -since the very beginnings (I was using the site in late 2005), I have struggled to understand the continual flow of content and features away from the web and to (apparently) the app. From a personal perspective, there is nothing more annoying in the IT world than a developer's assumption of single-use silos. In other words, that all people want their lives fully integrated into their phone leaving behind those "dinosaurs" who prefer sitting in front of a screen and using the analytical tools these sites were intended to be. Just because it CAN be on a phone doesn't mean it HAS to be used solely on a phone.

    Once again, Under Armour/MapMyFitness never fails to disappoint their user community! The Gear Tracker is absolutely one of the single greatest advantages you've had when compared to other sites/applications. The ability for the runner to avoid the old pen and paper log was an absolute godsend. And, then... it's gone. Based upon the comments of other users, I decided to take a gander at the app to see if the Gear Tracker within the app was really as poor as it sounded. Astonishingly, it's worse than advertised. So, you have taken away a good product from one platform, not replaced it, and opened a new product on a separate platform that is worthless. Huh?

    Considering you still have the code and structure from the web-based gear tracker, why just not integrate it back into the web model?

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