This seems to dovetail with an issue I raised recently with Z-support. However, as I am using Apple TV, I cannot see whether it solves the specific issue I raised. Clearly it is a positive step getting back to the Home screen to allow choices of rides, events or workouts without exiting the app. What I was after was, for instance, the ability to ride 45 k with a pace partner, take a short break and then rejoin the pace partner from the Home screen for, say another 60k to reach a single ride total of 105k - the goal for the day and the distance needed to achieve a goal on Strava. The explanation above suggests that this would still not be possible as Zwift would save, in this example, two rides of 45 and 60k separately and upload as such to Strava, thereby not achieving the 100K goal. Can the two rides be combined maybe with the use of a “To be resumed” button in addition to the current “Save” (or Discard) buttons?
In a related issue I raised with Z-support, I asked whether it was possible when you opted out of a scheduled workout during a plan that you get directed to the Home screen instead of to the particular world / route that just happened to be used for the workout not done. It seems like a simple fix when you click NOT NOW on a plan to take you to the Home screen so all options are available for your ride. This would allow you to directly pick your world and route or pace partner or event from the Home screen.
The only hack I have found to get around this seems to be to click “I DID IT” on all the available workouts in the plan and then log back into Zwift in which case you will go to the home screen. If you still want to do some or all of those workouts at a later date (before they expire) I think you can go to the plan and unclick " I DID IT" and the workout will become available again. Although this hack seems to work, it would be a lot more convenient if you were simply taken to the Home screen whenever you click NOT NOW in a plan. Can this be done?