- Remove “Successfully authenticated from Strava” pop-up
- Remove “Successfully logged out” pop-up
The site is slow, and every click and step should be treated with the utmost respect. Even waiting 1 or 2 extra seconds for the pop-up to animate, dim the screen, and disappear, is painful. Recommend just removing them, it should be clear enough that you’re logged out or logged in.
Thanks! I need to get a better view of which pages/interactions are the most painful for you/others. I have a service wired up to help me with this, but I don’t think it’s helping me enough.
Anyone else who comes across this thread - feel free to share your most painful interaction with the site.
The piece of this feedback that has me the most twisted is the comment:
Even waiting 1 or 2 extra seconds for the pop-up to animate, dim the screen, and disappear, is painful.
Does it really animate for two whole seconds for you? That’s hideous!
Should it disappear by itself? It never does that for me on chrome, or at least didn’t for at least 10 seconds, after that I gave up waiting
I’d be quite happy to live without the pop-up, unless something didn’t work as expected (login-error and such)
I don’t know if I would call anything painful without reason for me. I’m not on the site 24/7, but I usually don’t have an issue with rendering speed on anything.
Sometimes I don’t want to have patience waiting for new streets to be processed, but I understand the queue backs up. Also wish I could view my lifemap on my mobile devices. I’m sure that’s due the lack of memory in the device, and not anything to do with the site itself. I know a city view is really just a zoomed in portion of the full map, which takes a lot to render. I don’t know if maybe there’s a way to restrict the map to JUST the city, so we can overlay of lifemap without taking so many resources to render?
I think a pain point would be modifying bad street nodes so they don’t count against us. Last I saw you had thousands of corrections to process, which is pretty hard for 1 person to get through.
Turning on and off my life map for the currently selected city is a bit of an annoyance. I really just visit the site to find a nice new running spot, the map itself without overlays is also available on google/Apple maps
Thanks a lot for all your great work!
Ah! Here it is!
Yeesh … it took me since January to actually get to this.
The popups now don’t block the site interaction, are shoved into the top right corner, and automatically go away after a few seconds.