You can read the following data types from Strava:
You can write the following data types to Strava:
The easiest way to get started is to follow our Getting Started Guide, which will walk you through how to exchange data between Strava and many other services!
Are you looking to get more out of our Strava integration? Check out our How It Works, which will walk you through how to unlock the full power of FitnessSyncer.
We get notified whenever you add a new activity in Strava, and thus, the sync button usually does not find anything. If you are missing something and you are a Pro user, you can use our Historic Sync feature or contact us.
Strava throttles third parties excessively, which means that requests to Strava will take some time. Just have a little patience, and the items will come in or be published. This is something we are working with Strava to improve.
Yes, by toggling the Prefer Private Activities on your Settings, we will automatically mark activities uploaded to Strava as Private.
One case is that it is private, and you may not have given us permission to read your private data. You can try reauthenticating by going to your Source and changing the authentication to Grant New Permission, or you mark the activity as public.
Strava remembers that you deleted the item and will not allow us to upload it again. To work around this, select the item from the Stream, select the (Export) icon, download the TCX file, and manually upload it to Strava.
While you can import the GPX files using the FitnessSyncer Uploader, we do not recommend that you do as our native support for Strava-based data is far richer than the data that is contained within the GPX file format.
Because Strava is geared toward athletes, we do not upload step information or exercises less than 10 minutes to Strava.