I sign up for events and cannot figure out how to find the times I signed up other than scrolling through the long, long list of upcoming events. There is no way I can find on my phone to filter the events to show the times I signed up. It easily shows how many hours to my “next event.” But it fails to show me the events I signed up for after that.
In real life, you sign up and think, ‘Yes I can do this then.” Then a few days passes and someone requests your help on a specific day and you think, “hmmm didn’t I sign up for a zwift ride?” But who knows? Not me! I can’t figure out how to find a calendar of what I signed up for. So am I going to miss a required ride to complete a Tour of some land? Am I going to miss a workout needed to complete requirements for a coveted avatar kit? I don’t know!
Why is it so hard to filter for what I signed up for? Is this not the digital age? Am I not paying quite a bit for a monthly subscription for this service? But then I cannot even get a calendar of events that isn’t a long scrolling list on my phone with no easy way to jump to events I’ve already said I’m interested in?
I know, I know. Why didn’t I sign up then jump out of the app into my calendar app and manually input it there? Hmmm I don’t know…maybe because I’m signing up for a “digital event” and expect somehow this digital event to be easy to digitally get details on at a click of a button.
What is going on here? Why can I not have a Zwift calendar in my account that shows my events? Or why doesn’t a sign up for a Zwift account not allow to me to click “Yes, you have permission to add this event to my online google (or whatever digital calendar my phone uses).”
How is it I cannot access a calendar of my planned virtual acivities?
This would make this a better experience for your customers. Either create a calendar I can see events I’ve signed up for. Or have it ask for permission to access my own personal calendar. Or if that is too difficult, have it email me a calendar event after I sign up. This would ease a huge amount of frustration for planning my real life and my virtual cycling life (which is a huge part of my real life). I love this service. I use this service. But it frustrates me, in ways that could be easily remedied. I’m sure I’m not the only one.
This one simple trick…could change the Zwift world.