Quickly publish sessions, to make them available to your athletes in-app.
Athletes can see ALL published training sessions on the calendar, past, present, and future. Unpublished sessions are considered a work in progress, or a rough draft.
Below we'll review:
- How to enable Auto-Publish Settings, for a slow roll-out
- How to bulk publish sessions
- How to publish individual sessions
How to turn on Auto-Publish:
First, click Auto Publish icon on the upper right-hand corner.
Use the toggle to enable auto-publishing, choose a timeframe for how many days out you'd like athletes to have access to, and finally select a publish time.
Note: The time you choose will adhere to Central Standard Time, so plan your Publish Time accordingly. Here's a link to help you easily convert from your timezone.
You'll notice that workouts with yellow highlighting at the top are not yet published, but are scheduled to be. We'll even show you when they're scheduled to publish.
How to publish sessions in bulk:
From the team's training calendar, you're able to quickly Publish ALL training sessions by clicking the blue 'Publish button' in the upper right hand corner.
Clicking the blue Publish button will publish everything that is showing on your calendar.
Note: Subsequent months' workouts will not publish unless you navigate to those months and click Publish too.
If you'd like to publish just a handful of session, but not all of your planned sessions you can easily do so by bulk-highlighting the sessions you'd like to publish and selecting "Publish" from the blue banner.
Publish Workouts Individually:
All workouts that say "Unpublished" at the top are not yet visible to athletes.
Select the 3 dot menu drop down in the upper right hand corner of the workout you would like to publish. Select Publish.
Note: Your athletes will receive 1 notification per each individually published session.
If you plan to publish more than one session, consider publishing them in bulk or setting them to auto-publish so your athlete doesn't feel overloaded with notifications.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.