How to choose the average speed that time rings are based on?
Time rings seem to be pretty useful - they help to estimate "where will I be in 5 minutes?" and the like. It`s a pity that they are nearly useless for car driving and winter sports, because they are based on the average speed of only the last 5 (?) seconds -- a time span that is too short.
For winter sports: Before seeing time rings, I need to put off the gloves, pull out the phone and unlock it -- that`s quite cold and risky while moving quickly, so I have to move very slowly or stop moving completely. Hence, the time rings show me where I will be when I`m standing still ;-(
Moreover, while doing nordic / cross country skiing, ascents and descents have massively different average speed. So time rings shall be based on a mix of ascent and descent, i.e. be based on last 30 minutes or average of recording track.
For car driving: Stopping on red traffic light - where I have the best opportunity to read time rings - means I stand still, so the average speed is mostly zero. Hence, the time rings show me where I will be when I`m standing still ;-(
1) How can I change the settings in a way that time rings are based on average speed of e.g. last 2 or 30 minutes (=mid time span average)?
2) Is it possible to show time rings based on average speed of currently recorded track (=long time span average)?
3) Is it possible to show time rings based on average speed I type in manually (=hypothetical avg speed)? This would be a shortcut for manual calculation (if I moved with an average speed of x, how many meters would I do in 5mins > look up distance rings)