Say Hello to Your New Profile

We’re super excited to announce a big change today: you have a new profile! We’ve been having great discussions with the community since we launched last December and we’ve been working hard to put that feedback to work. Your profile page is now completely redesigned to be more personal and better embody what you’ve told us dailymile means to you and how you use it. We’re thrilled with the results and we hope you are too.


In addition to everything else the redesign affords, the new profile pages are also going to allow for more customization. We’ve got some really cool ideas that we’ll be rolling out in the future.

What’s new?

We’ve made some huge improvements to the graph of training on the profile. We’ve added more stats to the weekly summary (you can see how you felt on average for a week!) and you can hover over any of the bars to see a breakdown of the workouts that comprise the day. Lots of people have been asking about viewing past training and we’ve added that too. You can scroll through different weeks of training by using the arrows to the left and right of the graph.

Another change we’re really excited about is the new Wall of Motivation. It’s a great way to see all the motivation you or someone else has received. Use it to get motivated or to give yourself a pat on the back for all the training you’ve been putting in. You can view your wall by clicking the ‘Motivations’ link on the sidebar.

2,000,000 miles logged

Woah, it seemed like just yesterday we were announcing one million miles logged. In less than three months we’ve already doubled that. Keep rocking your training everyone!

We’re really excited about the changes today and there’s a bunch more stuff in the works. Please let us know what you think!



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19 responses to “Say Hello to Your New Profile

  1. Hungryjack

    How do I get to my posted pictures and videos? Also, how can I see my weekly/monthly/yearly summary and compare them to my friends’ summaries?

  2. Kristin

    Awesome! Love the new profile. Thanks, Kelly and Ben.

  3. Leia

    I absolutely ADORE and have been so happy with all the recent updates these past couple months. It’s become such a wonderful, super easy site to use. Thank you for taking the time to keep refreshing!

  4. ratfink

    The new profile pages are very nice, however they appear to have broken/hidden access to my videos and photos.

    Additionally, the site was previously available on a Blackberry using the ‘internet browser’ however after introduction of the profiles the site is completely innaccessible on a BB. Going to the main URL ( or clicking on a Dailymile link in email all produces the same generic BB error “a problem occurred while trying to render the page.”

  5. Darin

    I love it! New interface is great.

  6. I love the new profiles, your product team has done an outstanding job. The incremental updates really do help you flow from feature to feature throughout the site. Keep up the great work!

    PS > When are you going to let me sync my Garmin? 😀

  7. Mark

    To begin the interface has a nice polished look to it and the week view does take a step in the right direction with regards to reviewing past weeks workouts. So I applaud the upgrades.

    But I did notice a few things. There is no way to break out each sport per week in your profile view. I.e. How many miles did you run vs total. If you do more then one activity (like most triathletes do) you lose the time and only see the distances. I also noticed that the distance swam is not displayed in yards but has been converted to miles. (ex. .69mi) Then when I click on the word swimming I am brought to the workout entry which across the top has Miles Tracked as 1. But the entry says 1200 yards. Here’s the link so you can see the issue:

    Keep up the effort.

  8. Thanks! Looks fantastic.

    See you this week in SF!

  9. Mark R

    Nice job guys, it looks great!!

  10. Jules

    Keep up the great work Dailymile devs! You’re all doing an awesome job.

  11. The update’s fantastic…

    I have been looking forward ever since on backtracking my previous kilometers.

    Keep up the good work, and more power to you all~

  12. Joe

    You guys continue to rock it. Great job!

    Question for ya – For us ‘old timers’…how do we see data from over a year ago?

  13. Donna

    Just wondering what happened to the “My Events” listing on the profile page.

  14. You guys are rock stars! Love using DailyMile! Biggest improvement has been the routes feature. Much improved since the beginning. I was about to spend $300+ on a Garmin GPS, but have no real need now, just based on the recent improvements.

    I tell everyone I can about DailyMile. Keep up the good work!

  15. I can tell you guys put your heart and soul into Dailymile – it shows! Thanks for the sweet profiles!

  16. Velbeth

    Awesome work! I love the new style… Its easier on the eye and inspiring.

    Keep it up DailyMile!

  17. Great news!! Thanks for the easiest site to use!
    I use mine here and reviewed DM too!!
    Thanks, Mary

  18. There’s a bunch of small errors around the site relating to the use of the metric system. Here’s one I just noticed. When I open my last ride’s page to look at the comments, the header says:

    50 km tracked
    03:20 logged
    9.3 mph pace
    2590 calories

    Notice that? 50 kilometres and 9.3 miles per hour, instead of the correct 15 kilometres per hour (abbreviated kmph or kph).

  19. Thanks for the updates – love the site!

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