Sort and filter of bookmaked routes
For everyone who uses our bookmarked routes feature, there’s some good news! We’ve recently released changes that will allow you to sort or filter the list of routes you’ve saved through gmap-pedometer.com. And we made things better for mobile use too.
You can now sort the list of bookmarks by any field (distance, name, description, date, even the elevation fields.) It works a little differently on desktop than it does on mobile: for desktop users click the column heading, for mobile tap the name of the field the data is currently sorted by. Watch the videos below to see it in action.
We’ve also added the ability to filter on any field. If you want to see all your five-mile routes, just start typing “5.” and all fields that don’t match that will disappear. It works across all fields at once, so you can filter on name just as easily as date or distance. It’s also shown in the videos.
And we build an entire separate UI for mobile users for the bookmark list. We hope you agree it’ll make the list much easier to read on a tiny screen.
These features are available for any user who creates an account and uses the bookmarked route feature. If you haven’t, what are you waiting for? It’s free and you get a nifty workout logger too! Enjoy, and let us know what you think!
Announcing the gmap-pedometer Blog
Hello! Hi. Nice to see you, thanks for coming, everyone.
Ok, pipe down, you in the back.
Most likely you’ve been using [gmap-pedometer.com](http://gmap-pedometer.com) for some time to see *just* how far your runs or rides have been. Maybe you’ve also created an account to keep track of all of those and used our workout log too. Maybe you even popped on over to the [twitter feed](http://twitter.com/gmappedometer) and saw the lovingly curated list of [mostly] retweets.
Now we’re adding a new element to the mix! this blog will contain articles of interest to the endurance fitness world. This will include a lot of things you’d expect, and hopefully some you won’t. Coolest/weirdest races, running and cycling club profiles, workout tips, and plenty of similar things we have yet to dream up.
It’ll also be a good place to look for news about features added or other changes to the site.
Hope you like it! Feel free to leave a comment about what you’d like to hear about (that is, uh, once I get the comments working)