>Suggestions and Feature Requests>Bulk edit of workouts
+1 for this request !
Definitely agree with this request!
Running my way to being a little less fat.
Another +1. E.g., maybe I change what my run type meaning is, to combine two types or split one type based on distance. I think with a filtered query (e.g., for me all 'Recovery' runs that are longer than 5 miles), it'd be nice if an edit could apply to all which were found meeting that criteria.
Lou, (aka Mr. predawnrunner), MD, USA | Lou's Brews | email@example.com
I'll try to add it for the next log upgrade.
Bumping this request. Editing some workouts today and would be useful.
I just switched from another site and bulk edit would be very handy (even with the import tool, which was great btw).
Yes, definitely. I was just looking to see if I could bulk add the running shoes I've been using since July to all workouts since. Hardly urgent but a nice to have.
I think I can ...
I would be happy to just designate my currently default shoe and have that entered when I do my garmin upload.
It seems like this would be similar to having a default weight.
Eric, thanks for keeping RA running.
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How about this?
"Download training data to your computer" from Training Log > Tools.
This gets all of your data on a tab delimited txt file that excel and other spreadsheet tools can read. This worked great when I just wanted to see the default runs where I did not make an "equipment" (shoe) entry. I then went in and edited each run as needed one at a time.
I DON'T KNOW if one could use this procedure to make bulk edits and then upload the entire tab delimited spreadsheet back into my RA login without a double entry. If I was really ambitious, I could create a new user name, and test this out.
Surely a tool like this could be used for bulk edits in some way.
Just began using RA, uploaded ~100 activities from another service. Now, I'd like to add my shoes to all of them.