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For example I had a goal that said I would run XXX miles a month and there was a nice little bar graph that showed how I was performing against that located at the top of my training log. Where is it now? In fact I can't even find my goals in the account settings. Did you get rid of them?


2013-05-21 9:27 PM
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Training log --> Goals
2013-05-22 9:31 AM
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Is there anyway to get them to display on my main training log page?
2013-05-30 9:09 PM
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We have had a page in mind that will be a logged-in homepage - current goals, todays workouts, updated posts, what friends have updated.  We just couldn't get to it yet.
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