Strava

The Strava modules enable you to monitor activities or athletes, or create, retrieve, and update activities in your Strava account.

Getting Started with Strava

Prerequisites

  • A Strava account

In order to use Strava with Make, it is necessary to have a Strava account. If you do not have one, you can create a Strava account at www.strava.com.

Note

The module dialog fields that are displayed in bold (in the Make scenario, not in this documentation article) are mandatory!

1. Go to Make and open the Strava module's Create a connection dialog.

2. Enter the name of the connection to the Connection name field and click Continue.

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After you click the Continue button, Make will redirect you to the Strava website where you will be prompted to grant Make access to your account.

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Confirm the dialog by clicking the Authorize button.

The connection has been established.

Triggers when an activity or an athlete is added, updated or deleted.

Required Permissions: activity:read_all, activity:read

Note

Strava webhooks may be delayed (minutes/hours).

1. Add the Watch Activities and Athletes module to your Make scenario.

2. Run the scenario.

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Now, every time the activity is performed, the Watch Activities and Athletes module in your Make scenario is triggered.

Creates a new activity.

Required Permissions: activity:write

Connection

Establish a connection to your Strava account.

Name

Enter the name of the activity.

Type

Select the type of activity you want to add.

Start Date Local

Enter the start date and time. The list of supported date and time formats.

Elapsed Time in Seconds

Enter the elapsed time of the activity in seconds.

Description

Enter the description of the activity.

Distance in Meters

Enter the distance of the activity (in meters).

Is Trainer Activity

Select the Yes option to tag the activity as a trainer activity (for example Treadmill for Run activity type).

Is Commute

Select the Yes option to tag the activity as Commute.

Retrieves activity details.

Connection

Establish a connection to your Strava account.

Activity ID

Enter (map) or select the activity you want to retrieve details about.

Include All Segments Efforts

Select the Yes option to include all segments efforts.

Retrieves all activities in your account.

Required Permissions: activity:read_all, activity:read

Connection

Establish a connection to your Strava account.

Before

Enter the date and time to filter activities that have taken place before the entered time. The list of supported date and time formats.

After

Enter the date and time to filter activities that have taken place after the entered time. The list of supported date and time formats.

Limit

Set the maximum number of activities Make will return during one execution cycle.

Updates an existing activity.

Required Permissions: activity:read_all, activity:write

Connection

Establish a connection to your Strava account.

Activity ID

Enter (map) or select the activity you want to update.

Please find the descriptions of the fields in the Create an Activity section above.

Retrieves your activity report.

Required Permissions: activity:read_all, activity:read

Allows you to perform a custom API call.

Connection

Establish a connection to your Strava account.

URL

Enter a path relative to https://www.strava.com/api. For example: /v3/athlete/activities.

Note

For the list of available endpoints, refer to the Strava API Documentation.

Method

Select the HTTP method you want to use:

GET

to retrieve information for an entry.

POST

to create a new entry.

PUT

to update/replace an existing entry.

PATCH

to make a partial entry update.

DELETE

to delete an entry.

Headers

Enter the desired request headers. You don't have to add authorization headers; we already did that for you.

Query String

Enter the request query string.

Body

Enter the body content for your API call.

The following API call returns all comments of the specified activity in your Strava account:

URL: /v3/activities/{activity_ID}/comments/

Method: GET

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The result can be found in the module's Output under Bundle > Body. In our example, 3 comments were returned:

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