Stages Dash Public Feature Request Log

A place to request Dash features for the Stages development team.

Di2 and SRAM eTap Shifting Integration

Add shifter integration so i can view current gear, set the gear types, adjust shift modes, and adjust trim

  • Guest
  • Mar 11 2019
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  • Gregory Sperry commented
    30 Dec, 2021 10:09pm

    Any update on an update release date? Should we all just give up on future improvements?

  • Jason Johnson commented
    2 Dec, 2021 05:16pm

    I can't believe this hasn't been added yet. Zero Firmware updates since April 2021. I just retired my L50 to the trash can. Stages never should have entered the Computer market.

  • Brandon Wui commented
    19 Nov, 2021 06:25am

    Are any firmware updates still on the table? It seems all these planned items have been marked as planned for a while, and update intervals have slipped. I've gotten some support on Link, but those were largely issues on the Today's Plan side. Not even fully resolved.

  • Guest commented
    3 Oct, 2021 03:09am

    Is there a timeline for this addition?

  • Guest commented
    13 Apr, 2021 03:56pm

    Since the buttons are so difficult to use on this head unit I think Di2 Integration is a must. Please update us on the status of Di2 integration. Almost every single other head unit can do this, frankly, it's frustrating that Dash cannot. Add to the fact that you put every decent feature behind a $20/mo. paywall.

    For shame, ya'll.

  • K B commented
    15 Dec, 2020 07:49pm

    If the developer is reading it possible to integrate the planned GoPro (start/stop video) to this? It would be great if we could program a hood button to start and stop GoPro recording.

  • K B commented
    14 Dec, 2020 03:38pm

    I just want to be able to:

    1. Use my shifter buttons to start/stop a lap and to change pages

    2. Monitor Di2 battery level

    What is the status of this?

  • Bruce Beee commented
    7 Aug, 2020 06:57am

    EPS gear ratio integration would be great, as would battery level

  • R R commented
    24 Jul, 2020 06:49am

    what is the status on this idea? I read at another topic that this would be delivered after varia integration. That’s done, so what can we expect?

  • Jason Johnson commented
    18 Dec, 2019 01:26am

    I see this as planned as of March 11, 2019. Well it’s December 2019. Any ideas when this will be come a reality?

  • tfk the5krunner commented
    9 Dec, 2019 03:07pm

    defer to @RohanMartin,

    the Dash buttons are not great. adding di2 button control would aid usability as might di2 battery indication metrics

    pretty gear selection metrics would be nice but i guess not that useful

  • Guest commented
    29 Jul, 2019 08:49am

    Consider adding ANT+ before Private ANT Di2. Private ANT adds a bunch of complexity. It's easy to break reconnecting all ANT+ sensors. Let me know when you get on to this and I can share how to deal with the issues (I did this exact work for Wahoo and Sigma).

  • Guest commented
    8 Jul, 2019 10:55am

    My favorite Di2 feature on the Edge 520 was being able to see what gear I was in.  It would also beep when I shifted into either my biggest or smallest gear so even if I wasn't looking at my screen I would know if I had run out of gears.  This saves having to look down at the rear cassette to see which gear you are in.  It made it easier to know when to shift the front chain ring up or down.  When climbing, mentally it is good to know how many gears you have left so again it is easier to just look at the Edge rather than the cassette.  The Edge allows you select from pre-configured cassettes (ie 11/25, 11/28, 11/30) and chain rings (39/52, 36/52, 34/50) or you could also configure them manually.  I think that the majority of people would use one of the pre-configured options so I'd rate the manual configuration as 'Nice to Have' rather than 'Must Have'.  The Edge could also show your gear ratio but I never used that.

  • Guest commented
    2 Jul, 2019 02:06am

    Also enable Di2 battery level to be viewed on the Dash and control the Dash using the 'hidden' buttons on the top of Di2 shifters.

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