Viewing your Activity Summary

How to view a useful summary of a specific past activity.

When you first open the TritonWear app you will see your Activities Feed. This will be a quick overview of all the past Activities for yourself and/or those on your team who have shared with you. You can click on any of these Activities to dive deeper into the details of how the workout went and what metrics were recorded for it.

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Activity Summary on your mobile phone

You can click on any of the blue arrows (highlighted in red below) on a specific Activity to view more information about that Activity.

mainactivitiesmobile

Once you have entered into the specific Activity you have three sections you can navigate through. By default you will start on the Summary, but you can move through the others such as the Activity Details by selecting the tabs near the top of your screen. Your Summary page should look like below:

Mobile - Summary (1)

This contains your total distance and duration as well as a space where you can leave notes ("Journal"). The main portion of your screen is taken over by a breakdown of sets by stroke type over the duration of the workout (bottom axis is in minutes). Due to mobile screen sizes, you will likely need to side scroll to see the full summary of sets. Please note each colour is associated to a particular stroke type.

STROKES2

Activity summary on your tablet

You can click on any of the blue arrows (highlighted in red below) on a specific Activity to view more information about that Activity.

mainactivitiestablet

Once you have entered into the specific Activity you have three sections you can navigate through. By default you will start on the Summary but you can move through the others such as the Activity Details by selecting the tabs near the top of your screen. Your summary page should look like below:

11″ iPad Pro - Workout Summary - Tabbed - Summary (1)

This contains your total distance and duration as well as a space where you can leave notes ("Journal"). The main portion of your screen is taken over by a breakdown of sets by stroke type over the duration of the workout (in minutes).  Depending on the length of your workout you may need to side scroll to see the full summary of sets. Please note each colour is associated to a particular stroke type.

STROKES2