If you use the popular running app called Strava for tracking your runs, you can use our auto-import feature which can automatically import your daily runs from your Strava account to the 100 Days of Running (HDOR) account without the need to submit your run data manually everyday. Here is how you can enable this.
Process to setup Strava auto-import
Step 1: Go to your profile section in your HDOR account
On mobile devices, this step may look a little different. Look for the small 3 horizontal lines icon on the top right after you have signed in to your HDOR account. That’s your menu. Click on it and locate the item called ‘Settings’. Your ‘Profile’ is under the Settings section.
Step 2: Go to the bottom of the profile section, expand the App connect section, and click on the toggle button besides Strava in that section.
Step 3: Authorize your account to connect to Strava by clicking on the Authorize button in the form which opens up as below.
Step 4: Confirm that the connect to Strava is now complete, the toggle should turn blue as seen below.
Once you connect your 100 Days of Running account with Strava, the system will automatically get your daily runs recorded in your Strava account imported to your 100 Days Of Running account.
When does import of your run happen?
Your Strava run data will not be immediately imported to 100 Days of Running. Each run activity import is expected to happen within 24 hours of the actual run. Please give it time.
If multiple activities for a day were found in your Strava account, all the activities will be imported. If a manually entered activity for a day is already found on 100 Days of Running when importing from Strava, the activity will not be imported.
Important: This is a beta/early version of our Strava account connectivity. Please be aware that there might be unforeseen issues retrieving your Strava run data. You are requested to watch for your latest activities on your runner dashboard and if you see a run not imported within 24 hours, then manually add those run details.