We’re over the moon to report that we’ve made organizing your Strava settings easier to find and manage.
First, the drop-down menu below your name has been consolidated and simplified. Just select Settings from the menu and navigate to the left side of the page to edit your profile, privacy, notification options, gear and more.
Account details are available on the right side of the page to access your email and password settings, and view subscription status. Below this, you’ll find links for your Social Connections. We now list the username of your linked Facebook and Twitter accounts, so you know exactly which account you’ve connected with Strava.
Editing your data in the new Settings pages is as simple as clicking the item you want to edit! Click and the field will become editable. Once you’ve finished updating a field, click Save and you’re done!
For your convenience, we’ve moved all privacy-related settings to one page. You can determine who can see your full name and activities, decide who can follow you, and set your hidden locations – all in one place. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our current privacy settings and see how you can create privacy zones.
In addition to managing your email preferences around kudos and comments, you can now turn on/off segment emails whenever someone takes a CR / KOM / QOM on the Email Notifications page.
The Gear page has also received a refresh. In addition to making it easier to set your default shoes and bikes, you can also delete gear. Just hover over the bike or shoe and chose either Retire or Delete. Retired shoes and bikes will be hidden from view, but can be redisplayed if you so choose.
These new improvements are all in an effort to help you easily control your Settings to keep you safe, connected and accommodate your ever-changing, active lifestyles. We hope you like it! As always, we love feedback.