The Strava community is full of stories and accomplishments. Strava is a place where we share our race wins and encourage our friends: We give over 6.5 million kudos and 2.8 million comments every day! And Strava athletes are always sharing photos of their favorite coffee stops or the sickest singletrack trails with their friends. We’ve posted over 108 million photos in total!
So whether you’re a downhill skier or a cross-country runner, we know you’ll appreciate these tools for staying connected with your friends and teammates. Check out our five favorite social features and give them a go.
Did that activity leave you at a loss for words? Say it with emoji! Strava supports the international pictographic language in activity titles, comments, descriptions and anywhere else you can type text.
Setting Highlight Photo
Put your best shot first and get more kudos. With the ability to set the highlight photo on an activity, you can control how your activity is previewed in the feed.
@ Mentions in Comments
“Hey, @Akiko, check out these trails!” When you mention an athlete’s name in an activity comment using the @ symbol, they’ll receive a notification letting them know. Use it to call attention to a route you want them to check out or an athlete they should follow. For now, you can only tag athletes on mobile, but we’ll be bringing the conversation to the web soon.
Get some friends together and form a club for your team or join one of the many awesome brand clubs on Strava today. All clubs feature the ability to create events and discussions and feature a leaderboard so you can see who’s riding and who’s hiding.
Set a new 5k PR? Finish a huge ride? Have a rad day of skiing? Our social share feature will overlay the key stats from your activity onto any photo you’ve attached to it. Tell your friends, they’re gonna want to see this.