Why don’t you just use the calendar on the web? It seems very easy and intuitive to me, from my Macbook Pro and Chrome. I’m a TrainingPeaks and WKO4 user, and TR won’t even get close to providing the analytics I need, so I’d prefer my TR plan workouts to synchronize with and show up in my TrainingPeaks calendar.
All these cycling apps competing with each other is really frustrating, so I feel your pain. I’d like to be able to see see all my data, analyze it, and see my training plans and workouts all in one place. Until TR becomes an actual viable cycling data and analytics competitor to TP, Golden Cheetah, etc, I’ll always have to bounce back and forth.
One thing I like about Rouvy, another app I use (and don’t bother looking at their calendar…it’s horrendous), is that I can create a workout in my TrainingPeaks calendar, and Rouvy will sync and show that workout in the Rouvy app…not only, that, it will pull up like an actual Rouvy workout and control my smart trainer. So here is an example of two apps playing nice with each other. Rouvy doesn’t care if people are using their TrainingPeaks workouts in their app because, well, they are using their app! It’s a win-win for both. And Rouvy isn’t a data and analytics app, so it’s a win win. You can use TrainingPeaks for all your planning and analytics, and Rouvy to launch and control your workouts. Right now TR and TP aren’t playing nice with each other, which is punishing the athlete with a fragmented user experience.
I can see how these app companies like the idea of their app being the end all, one stop shop for cyclists, but TR is far from this, as are the rest of their competitors (ZWIFT, Rouvy, etc). Maybe Sufferfest is getting closer with their new fitness algorithm. Not sure. Their analytics are infantile in comparison to WKO4…maybe great for a hobby or recreational cyclist, but not a serious competitive cyclist, let alone a coach of one.