Strava has just launched a new feature called “Posts” that allows you to share more of your athletic life. The new functionality opens the way for its members to do much more on the site other than just share data from their most recent run, ride or activity. Strava users now have the ability to share their own stories, post tips, tricks and articles, add photos, and engage in conversations with fellow athletes. To summarise, I guess Strava has finally become more social.
This new information will appear in a user’s feed, in addition to the feeds of their friends and followers. Not surprisingly, to support the new Posts feature, the traditional Strava feed has gone through an overhaul in terms of look and functionality, making it easier for Strava users to keep track of the athletes they are connected to. The updated feed is scheduled to roll out to all members later this week.
Athlete Posts give you a voice to tell stories. Check out the official Strava video and learn more at blog.strava.com/posts
You can use Athlete Posts to create content to share in the feed in addition to activity uploads. Stories, photos, questions, tips, race reports, workouts, segments, routes – you name it and you can now pretty much post it on Strava. To create a post, click on the + icon located on the top left menu of the Strava app or on the top right menu of the Strava website.