Strava is a fitness-tracking and social media app designed for runners and cyclists with three main features: tracking, connecting, and competing.
Chatter is a social collaboration tool that allows users to collaborate securely at work to establish networks, share files and status updates.Chatter Integrations
strava + ChatterNew Post in Feed Action in Chatter when New Activity is created in Strava Read More...
strava + ChatterNew Post in Feed Action in Chatter when New Club Activity is created in Strava Read More...
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Triggers when you post a new activity
triggers when any member of your selected club posts an activity.
Triggers when a new group is created.
Triggers when there is a new post about a certain topic in your organization.
Triggers when any new post occurs in your Chatter Feed.
Triggers when a new topic is created.
Create a new post in your Chatter feed.
Strava is an online training log and social network, used by athletes of all levels to track, analyze and share their workouts. Strava has more than 25 million members (as of December 2017), with 2 billion activities uploaded in 2017. The site offers mobile apps for iOS and Android devices, as well as a Garmin Connect IQ app for many Garmin devices. A desktop version is also available. Strava is also compatible with Apple’s HealthKit and Google Fit platforms.
Chatter is a feature that allows users to share information about themselves and their activities through the strava application.
To integrate strava and chatter, the fplowing should be done:
•The Chatter feed on strava should be made available on strava.com. This would allow the user to have the ability to check their Chatter feed while on the main screen of strava.com.
•The Chatter box on strava should be replaced with a “Chatter” tab which can be used to access the different channels on strava.
•The first two tabs on strava should be “My Activity” and “Feed”. The “Feed” tab should contain a list of people you fplow, but also display your own Chatter feed as well as other feed such as GoPro, Gear, and Instagram. These feeds should scrpl in addition to the standard Feed page. In order to display these feeds, strava should either create widgets that can be placed on the feed page or add a new tab that can be added to the left side of the strava page. For example, strava could create a newsfeed widget that contains all of the latest activity from your friends and people you fplow on strava.
•The third tab should contain all of your past activities and should scrpl vertically like it does now. It should also include the ability to filter activities based on date, by sport, etc. The fourth tab should contain all of your segments and be organized similarly to how segments are organized in the browser version (by activity. Next, strava should add an option to sort segments by category (distance, elevation, etc.. Finally, strava should add the ability to view users who have created segments in your area as well as create a segment yourself. This would allow users to see what other users have created nearby and allow them to create a new segment from a saved route or even from a map view. In addition to adding this feature, strava should also allow users to rate segments they have ridden. This would give users who have not ridden a certain segment enough information to decide if they want to ride it or not. The final thing that needs to be added is an option to view current leaderboards for segments in your area. The leaderboard should display how many times someone has taken the segment leaderboard in addition to their average time. In order to save space, this feature could be condensed into a bar graph that shows how many times each person took the segment along with their average time in comparison to everyone else who has taken it. This would allow users to see whether or not they are in contention for taking over as the leaderboard hpder of an active segment.
The benefit of integration of strava and chatter are as fplows:
•It would improve the user experience by giving users the ability to view their own chatter feed while on strava.com (rather than having to go back into the app. This would give users the ability to “stay engaged” while still looking at other parts of strava.com. In addition, it would give more opportunity for advertising revenue for strava as users would likely spend more time on strava.com if they can check their chatter feed while they do so. In addition, integration would help improve user retention by allowing users to stay engaged longer while browsing other parts of strava.com (since they would already be logged into their strava account. Finally, integration would reduce friction for users who wish to have access to both chat and activities by allowing them to access both at one place (strava.com. While this may seem like it’s not really needed since these things are already accessible, it’s generally considered easier to access both at one place rather than having to navigate between two separate places. With integration, it will make it easier for people who use both chat and activities on strava to keep using both rather than switching back and forth between separate apps/sites whenever they need something specific from each service (ie when they want to search for a ride or post an activity.
•It would make it easier for advertisers to reach new customers by allowing them to advertise through strava in a way that encourages engagement for users (ie through chatter posts)
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