Introducing New Strava Integration with Automatic Image Uploads
The only thing better than Suffering is re-living the GLORY and sharing your Suffering with the world. Unless you've been living under a rock for the past ten years, you know that the best way to share and track your activities in through Strava. We've been all about this KOM of fitness tracking platforms for a while We even have an official Sufferfest Club on Strava you need to join. Now your Strava feed just got better.
The Sufferfest is proud to announce our new integration with Strava. Now when you share your Sufferfest activities to Strava, not only do you get all of your data—including power, cadence, heart rate and speed—but you also get automatic upload of an activity-specific image showing your followers exactly how gloriously you suffered. There are multiple images for each activity that the app chooses at random so your Strava feed always stays fresh.
Want to put a little PAIN, MISERY and AGONY in your Strava feed? Here's how it works:
Connecting The Sufferfest to Your Strava Account
1. First things first. If you don't have a Strava account you can set one up for free here.
2. Open The Sufferfest app and click on SETTINGS.
3. Scroll down to the LINK SERVICES section.
3. Click on CONNECT to the right of the Strava logo. You'll see a pop-up asking you to log in to your Strava account (remember, this is your Strava log in and password, not your Sufferfest login).
4. After you enter your Strava login credentials, you'll see an additional pop-up asking you to authorize The Sufferfest to connect to your Strava account.
5. Click AUTHORIZE and you're ready to go.
Disabling Sharing with Strava
You can disable sharing with Strava at any time by opening the app, going to SETTINGS, scrolling down to LINK SERVICES, and clicking DISCONNECT next to the Strava logo. Activities will not upload to your Strava feed until you re-connect the service.
- You can also choose not to share specific activities with Strava. When you complete an activity in the app (but before you click SAVE), click on the Strava icon.
- Once the icon is greyed out, click SAVE to save the activity to your passport.