Gpx files are stored in an upload directory (without encryption).
With the default configuration, Open Street Map is used as tile server in Workout detail and for static map generation.
- 12 sports are supported:
Cycling (Virtual) (new in 0.7.3)
Mountain Biking (Electric) (new in 0.5.0)
Rowing (new in 0.5.0)
Skiing (Alpine) (new in 0.5.0)
Skiing (Cross Country) (new in 0.5.0)
Snowshoes (new in 0.5.2)
Trail (new in 0.5.0)
- (new in 0.5.0) Stopped speed threshold used by gpxpy is not the default one for the following sports (0.1 km/h instead of 1 km/h):
Skiing (Cross Country)
It can be overridden in user preferences.
Dashboard with month calendar displaying workouts and record. The week can start on Sunday or Monday (which can be changed in the user preferences). The calendar displays up to 100 workouts.
Workout creation by uploading a gpx file (related data are stored in database with metric system). A workout can even be created without gpx (the user must enter date, time, duration and distance).
- A workout with a gpx file can be displayed with map and charts (speed and elevation).Controls allow full screen view and position reset (new in 0.5.5).
- If DarkSky API key is provided, weather is displayed in workout detail.Wind is displayed, with arrow indicating direction (a tooltip can be displayed with the direction that the wind is coming from) (new in 0.5.5).
Segments can be displayed.
Workout gpx file can be downloaded (new in 0.5.1)
Workout edition and deletion. User can add a note.
- User statistics, by time period (week, month, year) and sport:
total ascent (new in 0.5.0)
total descent (new in 0.5.0)
average speed (new in 0.5.1)
- User records by sports:
highest ascent (new in 0.6.11, can be hidden, see user preferences)
Records may differ from records displayed by the application that originally generated the gpx files.
Workouts list and filter. Only sports with workouts are displayed in sport dropdown.
For now, only the owner of the workout can see it.
Account & preferences¶
A user can create, update and deleted his account.
On registration, the user account is created with selected language in dropdown as user preference (new in 0.6.9).
After registration, the user account is inactive and an email with confirmation instructions is sent to activate it. A user with an inactive account cannot log in. (new in 0.6.0)
In case email sending is not configured, a command line allows to activate users account.
A user can set language, timezone and first day of week.
A user can reset his password (new in 0.3.0)
A user can change his email address (new in 0.6.0)
A user can choose between metric system and imperial system for distance, elevation and speed display (new in 0.5.0)
A user can choose to display or hide ascent records and total on Dashboard (new in 0.6.11)
A user can choose format used to display dates (new in 0.7.3)
- A user can set sport preferences (new in 0.5.0):
change sport color (used for sport image and charts)
can override stopped speed threshold (for next uploaded gpx files)
disable/enable a sport.
A user can create clients for third-party applications (new in 0.7.0).
(new in 0.3.0)
The following parameters can be set:
active users limit. If 0, registration is enabled (no limit defined)
maximum size of gpx file (individually uploaded or in a zip archive) (changed in 0.7.4)
maximum size of zip archive
maximum number of files in the zip archive (changed in 0.7.4)
administrator email for contact (new in 0.6.0)
Updating server configuration may be necessary to handle large files (like nginx for instance).
If email sending is disabled, a warning is displayed.
display and filter users list
- edit a user to:
add/remove administration rights
activate his account (new in 0.6.0)
update his email (in case his account is locked) (new in 0.6.0)
reset his password (in case his account is locked) (new in 0.6.0). If email sending is disabled, it is only possible via CLI.
delete a user
enable or disable a sport (a sport can be disabled even if workout with this sport exists)
FitTrackee is available in the following languages (which can be saved in the user preferences):