Do you have routes that include ferries, trains, or other modes of transportation? Now Premium and Basic subscribers can exclude these sections of rides and routes from their metrics, making it easier to plan and get accurate stats from multi-modal trips.
Premium subscribers can use Exclude from Metrics on planned routes and recorded rides.
Basic subscribers can use Exclude from Metrics only on their planned routes.
Refine your selection with the handles.
Click Edit > EXCLUDE FROM METRICS.
The section that is now excluded will show up as a light-gray line on the map. It will also make the affected part of the elevation profile gray.
Click Edit > INCLUDE IN METRICS
Can I use Exclude from Metrics on a train ride? This feature can applied to any mode of transportation that is not the activity you want to track. Ferry rides, trains, light rail, bus, subway, automobiles, and so on.
The distance in the metrics area doesn’t match the distance in the cue sheet, why not? The cue sheet has the distances marked as if you have continued recording the ride on your GPS, this way the distances match while navigating.
Can I specify the mode of transportation used during this excluded section? We recommend using an annotation to note the transportation type.
How many sections in one ride or route can I exclude? There are no set limits to the number of excluded sections but eventually your elevation graph will look more like a zebra than a hilly route.
Will excluding sections of rides affect my career stats? Yes, any distances excluded from recorded rides will affect your career stats. Excluding parts of routes does not affect your career stats.by