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@Gavin-Greenwood what’s crazy to me is Suunto is still selling the Traverse on their site. If you bought it new right now, there would be no app to use and you’d have to use the busted MC site. I think that practice above all is what really leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Selling a discontinued product with no warning or anything about it on the site. I don’t think I’ll ever but another Suunto product thanks to all this and I’m for sure making sure everyone in my outdoor community gets the warning about all this.
@Armin-S Thx a lot.
I agree with you about displaying heart rate or whatever.
Therefore, I think users have to be able to customise this section with their own values.
For me, it would be recovery time.
@fweens Pool swimming does not support intervals.
That is the only mode that does not as it tries to cleverly define pool lines of course after they are done (pushing on the wall for example “turn”) .
Try another mode.
@margusl Usually on the IBI you apply the instant conversion to HR, you crop big and low values and then you do 1-2 rolling average filters. To normalize the HR graph.
However , IBI/RR should not derive from HR. They hold more information that the HR (which is kinda stupid imo but well).
But I can see perhaps why one would put that chart there, that should be due to showing that the value exists , even if it’s not an RR/IBI plot eg like Runanaluyze does .
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos here is the link: https://app.suunto.com/move/philip220621/5d33f88517683a59249d4862
Is that what you wanted? The same information shows up on the watch - so it is not a graphing error.
@Captbrad said in apple watch to suunto app?:
Thanks ALL, this was very helpful. I did some test runs with Apple Watch Today and the runs did show up in suunto app.
Same for me - and if I opened SportsTracker on iOS I also have the daily heart rate values
@nicolasp then we should disable steps/inactive/active calories counting not in sport as well as suunto measures way too much of them there are no device in the market which is 100% correct, once we will have AI in our wearables then we might have 99% correct data for daily activity, until we need to accept some discrepencies.
@geoffspakes said in Sport Modes Settings...:
Those screenshots are from Movescount, I’m talking about via the Suunto app, I know how to do it from MC but I’ve disconnected from that with the latest update. I’ll check on the watch as has been suggested.
Don’t worry, friend. We are just trying to give a general idea of which settings are right now in our watches and which of them are not. This could give an scenario for developers.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos And I am happy to see Suunto app use the same maps as Movescount. Here’s hoping they create a web interface as well since it’s more than a bit fidgety to use the phone to create routes.
@Jaanus77 said in Spartan Trainer frozen:
The display showes frozen image of the display at the moment it froze.
I think theres still some 75% battery left, so as its not used it will take long time for it to empty.
I think the problem might be that Movescount and new Suunto app both tried to connect with the watch and that crashed something.
in this case, even if normally it shouldn’t happen anymore with latest watch FW (but as your watch is new, does it have this last FW ? ), maybe could you force close both app in your phone (android or iOS ? ) and restart upper button thing.
If not, afraid that you will have to wait the watch battery to be empty or maybe can it wake up alone before.
@karel-louda said in Current state of the App?:
Garmin Connect not, but Garmin Explore has a full support to create/edit routes and waypoints and that all is possible in OFFLINE mode (without data connection - maps are downloadable).
I have a Garmin inReach Mini satellite communicator that uses the Garmin Earthmate app, and Garmin Explore is a clone of that. I am not sure that you can plan routes and sync completely offline. I cannot with Earthmate and both use the same web platform. I can only import GPX via the web, it is a PITA. The route planning on Explore is not very good and there are no heat maps. SA is miles ahead on iOS as it allows cloud import and sharing of GPX tracks. You cannot import into Explore and the maps that Garmin uses for these apps are not that great. GAIA is way better and that is what I typically use for route planning.