dynamicWatch Premium users can new browse routes in linked accounts such as Ride with GPS, Strava and Under Armour (MapMyRide/MapMyRun) without even leaving the website.
🆕 This capability is now also available in the dwMap Phone Companion App!
When you link your Ride with GPS, Strava and Under Armour accounts, dynamicWatch will automatically import the routes that you have favorited in each service ('pinned' at Ride with GPS, 'starred routes' at Strava, 'bookmarked' at Under Armour). (This automatic import is included in our free service.)
Now the new Browse Linked Accounts' Routes Premium feature lets you browse all your routes on these services, not just the ones marked for automatic import! For each route you can view a summary and a thumbnail of its course, click to get a larger map of the route, and add it to your dynamicWatch favorites, collections or archive.
For a linked Strava account you can browse not just your routes but also your recent Strava activities and your starred Strava segments. (You already can access your Garmin Connect activities using the Garmin Activity History feature.)
This works especially well with our Bulk Editing of Routes feature: you can select and instantly import a set of your remote routes to have readily available at dynamicWatch. After importing them, you take advantage of another Premium feature that lets you edit your imported routes to tweak or rebuild them to exactly meet your goals or extend your exploration.
Another Premium feature that really shines here is route Collections: you can use that Bulk Edit feature to add a set of routes to a collection, for example to organize your gravel rides, or your trail run routes for a coming trip to the mountains.
It's always been easy to bring in routes from a variety of sources to use with our dwMap and routeCourse Garmin Connect IQ apps (and mapField and Rain & Wind data fields) but now this "one-click" ease extends to even more services and routes!
Note that you can no longer browse routes from a linked Hiking Project/MTB Project/Trail Run Project account, due to ownership changes at that business. You can still import routes from there by URL, see Importing Routes.