A few times a month Zwift will lose either network connection or the bluetooth connection to my trainer (Wahoo Kickr) and this inevitably ends up having to restart Zwift and you lose everything you were in the middle of.
I do lots of training plans and it is a royal PITA to lose everything mid-way through a workout. This morning I was doing a 90 minute plan and 60 minutes in it lost connection to the trainer and zwift crashed. This means restarting Zwift and the plan, then just swiping through the segments to get to where it kicked you out, but you lose all the stars you’ve already done and all the previous data.
So in the attached image the first 20.5 miles has zero detail attached to it, all the HR, power etc are gone (I would have attached the image if the forum software actually allowed you to upload media).
Now Zwift is clearly logging all this data as you ride so how about making it save the state in the background, then if a ride has not been saved/discarded then the user gets the option to pick up where they left off.
You already have the data, so just save it every so often (like a save point in games) and give users to option to go back in and start where they were kicked out.
- Windows 10 running Zwift
- Zwift companion app on Android (utilising bluetooth on the phone)
- Yes I have tried using bluetooth on the laptop but have had the same issue