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Strava goes live with more club features after beta test

Published June 30, 2017

SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — Strava has gone live with expanded club features, which it introduced in limited beta form last year. 

The feature allows club admins to share content and information with members, including announcements, questions, stories, photos, routes and segments, articles, product reviews, and other content. Once posted, the content appears in club member's Strava feed as well as in the Posts section of the club. 

Club admins can also share the post link on other social networks to promote their club.

"We are committed to making Strava the home for people's athletic life, where you are not only tracking activities but also connecting with other athletes: sharing tips, discovering new routes and races, and getting inspired," says Aaron Forth, chief product officer at Strava. "With more than 160,000 active clubs on Strava, we saw an opportunity to offer even more ways for athletes to engage with each other, keep clubs active and growing, keep athletes motivated, and ultimately provide an even richer Strava experience."

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