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Training Log Tags

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Jan 2020
7:02pm, 20 Jan 2020
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njosmith
I very much agree, tags seem like a thing that could work for me but so far they don't really. This is partly due to not engaging with them when they first appeared as I didn't have the history, which is obviously a problem that gets worse over time. I didn't get any auto generated tags (not sure why.) I have subsequently tagged a few historic runs and swims.

I couldn't find the tag page for a long time and I was getting to it by going to the blog fetch wrote recently which included the link until I gave up and asked where it was via feedback.

In addition to feature 488, I have also proposed 487 to exclude entries based on tags. Yesterday I stopped on my commute because a fellow cyclist needed a pump. I forgot to restart my Garmin when I carried on into work so the time and distance of the trip is misleading. I'd like to be able to filter it out when comparing different routes to work. I think 487 would be relatively simple to add but I can see 488 would be more problematic to implement.
SPR
18 Sep
7:05pm, 18 Sep 2021
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SPR
I'd like to remove most of the auto generated training tags as I want to try and see if tags will actually work.

I'm not sure it will work very well for analysing training like the categorisation since it doesn't feed any summaries but I have a load of auto generated that I'd want rid off to see if I could get some use for it. Is there any way to do this?

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