How do I edit a recording after I've saved it?

Here is how you can change the star rating, the title, the activity, the trail the recording is tied to, and the privacy setting for any of your recordings:


Via alltrails.com:

  1. Log in to your account using a desktop or laptop computer (you can log in here)

  2. Hover over History in the header and click on Recordings (or click here)

  3. Click on the recording that you would like to edit

  4. Click on the Edit link below the recording name, to the right of the stars

  5. Make your edits, then click Update


On iOS:

  1. Tap on History in the bottom navigation bar

  2. Select Recordings from the drop-down menu at the top of the screen
  3. Tap on the recording that you would like to edit

  4. Tap the Action Button in the upper right corner and from the menu select Edit

  5. Make your edits, then tap Save


On Android:

  1. Tap on History in the bottom navigation bar

  2. Select the Recordings tab at the top of the screen

  3. Tap on the recording that you would like to edit

  4. Tap the Action Button in the upper right corner and from the menu select Edit

  5. Make your edits, then tap Save



If you've accidentally driven off without stopping the recorder and need to edit your endpoint (hey - it happens to the best of us), you can do that using a desktop of laptop computer:

Via alltrails.com:

  1. Log in to your account using a desktop or laptop computer (you can log in here)

  2. Hover over History in the header and click on Recordings (or click here)

  3. Click on the recording that you would like to edit

  4. Click on the Edit Endpoint button just above your stats

  5. On the map, drag the round black endpoint back along your recorded route to the point where you want the route to stop

  6. Click the Save Endpoint button to save, or Cancel Edit to cancel - please note that once saved, your edits cannot be undone


If you'd like to learn more about how to access your tracks, click here: http://support.alltrails.com/solution/articles/215826-how-do-i-access-my-tracks-