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2013-05-21 7:57 PM

Subject: Forced order of activities in training log
Using Windows 8 and IE 10.0.9200
When adding more than one activity each day, is there a way to select which one is shown first in the log?
For example, a run in the morning followed by a bike in the afternoon.
When trying to add this scenario to my log I could not get the run to show up first.

2013-05-22 7:17 AM
in reply to: fitforlife13

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Subject: RE: Forced order of activities in training log
It goes in order by time of day.  For example, if you swim at 6 am and then bike at 7 pm the swim will be first and the bike will be second. 
2013-05-23 11:02 AM
in reply to: jmkizer

Subject: RE: Forced order of activities in training log
Not accustomed to putting in the time of day for workouts.
It makes sense that they'd be ordered in this way though.
I'll have to try that.
Appreciate the tip.
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