Export the full history of my activities to a web service equivalent of Movescount (and keep it synchronized)
I want to maintain a full collection of my activities for past 10 years recorded with Ambit2 and with quick browsing and overview functionality equivalent to what was offered by Movescount. Really basic stuff: browsing, finding moves, annotating with tags, getting some details about the moves with a map, export to a file, getting some summaries (monthly, yearly).
I tried some 3rd party SuuntoApp integrations. At present when I connected SuuntApp with for example FATMAP or Komoot I am only getting new tracks synchronized but not the old ones (or just a fraction of old ones, depending on a bug-of-the-day of SuuntoApp synchronization with a 3rd party service). Also, these apps are good for some specific tasks and for specific sports but not really as an archive for all different sport and adventure activities I do.
How to export the full collection of tracks from SuuntoApp elsewhere or dump all tracks to a local disk? Honestly, I am not so trustful with Suunto anymore I want to make sure my data is safe somewhere and also get back functionality I liked with Movescount.
Is there a service you may want to recommend where I can put my entire history and keep it synchronized with new tracks being recorded by Suunto?
For example, quantified-self.io is one nice possibility. Anything else someone could recommend to try? I don’t mind paying a small yearly subscription fee to keep my data safe and have the basic functionality.
@kubam, you can try also VisuGPX. The import of old tracks it’s possible.