Privacy of workouts exported to Strada

Activities shared from Sufferfest to Strava have the privacy setting to public. I need to edit each activity after upload to restrict it. 

 

Is there a way to change this setting?

In zwift whenever I share an activity I can choose the privacy level in a drop down menu.

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  • This setting is in Strava.

    The privacy setting in Zwift relates to Zwift and what people see in the companion app, not Strava.

    In Strava, go to https://www.strava.com/settings/privacy and set "only you" for activities.

    Then, after upload, decide which you want to share with "everyone" :)

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  • I know the setting is in Strava, Still doesn't solve the problem, I need to edit the activity afterwards.

    When I save the activity in sufferfest I can disable/enable the services I want to upload the activity to. There should be the possibility to define the privacy of the activity also (as I said, it's possible with other apps).

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  • Hi Marco, this isn't a feature that we offer right now but I'm happy to add it to our list of feature requests.

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  • Marco Delaurenti - I'd double check that.
    Zwift rides set to "private" will show up as "public" on your Strava feed if that's how your Strava account is set up.
    Zwift only uploads the .fit file without the flag as far as I know, but maybe the SUF app can do this differently.

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