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#1 Sun, Oct 25, 2009 12:39 PM

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Rate Your Logged Sets Subjectively

How about being able to rate your set other than by buoy count?

It would be good to be able to sort your sets that way and look back on what you felt and were working on when you have a set that may not be one of your better scores but maybe you tried something new that really worked or just had a pass that felt really good.

Might be a good source of inspiration during a slump!



#2 Mon, Dec 7, 2009 6:15 PM

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From: Lynn, MA
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Re: Rate Your Logged Sets Subjectively

You can now add a rating of 1-10 for each set. Use this to let yourself know how well you performed for each logged set. Since this hasn't been available until now, you can edit your old sets. In the future you'll be able to sort your logged sets by this rating.



#3 Tue, Dec 8, 2009 7:48 PM

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From: Saline, MI
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Re: Rate Your Logged Sets Subjectively

Thanks Wade - this is cool!  So if you run to the same line length over an over, this is a good way to indicate which sets you feel good about and highlight what you might want to look back at in the future. Also, can rank other sets low that were not so fabio... and then avoid ever looking at those notes again, or if you're digging back for what not to do, you know where to look.



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