You can read the following data types from Intervals.icu:
You can write the following data types to Intervals.icu:
The following data types are updates-only to Intervals.icu. This means that our de-duping algorithms are not used for these types:
Yes, FitnessSyncer Pro users can use the Historic Sync feature to get all of the data available.
The easiest way to get started is to follow our Getting Started Guide, which will walk you through how to exchange data between Intervals.icu and many other services!
Are you looking to get more out of our Intervals.icu integration? Check out our How It Works, which will walk you through how to unlock the full power of FitnessSyncer.
You can do a Historic Sync with a Pro Account by editing your iHealth source and selecting from the toolbar.
Intervals.icu requires that your activities have rich analytics such as GPS data, heart rate data, etc., to be uploaded. The easiest way to tell if your activities have this information is to use FitnessSyncer Stream on our website, and most activities with a download link for a GPX or TCX file can be used. If your exercise has this information, please contact us, and we’ll take a look.
Configure the source just like the above; however, because we take your average PulseOx in Garmin when sending it to TrainingPeaks, we recommend that you add a filter to your TrainingPeaks destination for Not Today to your Oxygen destination.
We would reocmmend that you import the data directly from Strava for best results.
We do not have a way to read it in, however, if you have an source that includes summary data, we will publish RHR data to Intervals.ICU.