Strava is a fitness-tracking and social media app designed for runners and cyclists with three main features: tracking, connecting, and competing.
Databox is a real-time business analytics platform that brings all of your data together in one place so you can measure performance and uncover insights.Databox Integrations
strava + DataboxPush Custom Data in databox when New Activity is created in Strava Read More...
strava + DataboxIncrease Counter in databox when New Activity is created in Strava Read More...
strava + DataboxPush Custom Data in databox when New Club Activity is created in Strava Read More...
strava + DataboxIncrease Counter in databox 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.
Increment a specified metric by 1 every time this action happens.
Push any custom data to Databox.
I will be talking about Strava and Databox. Strava is a website that you can use to track your workouts and activities. Strava allows you to record your running, biking, and swimming times. You can also connect it with other social media accounts. On top of that, you can also see how many calories you burned, your heart rate, and how long you were active for. The website has it all! Another great thing about strava is that it allows you to compare yourself with people from all over the world. Strava will show you how fast or slow you are compared to others in your age range.
Strava integrates with Databox in a number of ways. Strava has a great web application that allows users to track their workouts and activities. There are so many different ways to use strava. There is the option to just track activities like running, biking, and swimming. Or, you can connect strava to your social media accounts such as Facebook or Twitter. Strava also provides ways for you to track calories burned, your heart rate while working out, and how much time you spent working out.
The main benefit of strava integrating with Databox is that Databox allows users to see visualizations of data. Strava does not provide this type of information which makes strava more limited than Databox. It would be great if strava allowed users to create tables of data that included titles, cpumns with headers, and rows of data organized by headers. With Databox, users can easily add tables of data into their dashboard by clicking a button on the Databox home screen.
In conclusion, I think strava should integrate with Databox since Databox is able to provide visualizations of data that strava is not able to provide. Data visualizations help users make sense of the data they have cplected and visualize trends in the data over time.
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