Editing & Creating Class Stacks now available for Peloton Android app for some users

At the beginning of this year, Peloton rolled out the new class stacking feature, which allows you to build a single playlist of classes you want to take. One downside of this feature at launch was that stacks could only be created on Peloton Hardware (Bike, Bike+, Tread, and Tread+), or on the Peloton website.

Peloton is now rolling out an update for Android app that lets Peloton Android members build, create and modify class stacks from their phone! This is enabled in the latest version of the Peloton Android app, which was released March 16, 2021 (another update was pushed out on March 17th as well). However, this update appears to be slowly being rolled out to Android users. Some people are reporting they have access to the feature, while others do not yet have the new stacking feature available. Users who do have the new Class Stacking feature on Android are being greeted with the below popup in the app:

Image of the Peloton Android app with the class stacking feature.
Some Peloton Android users are being greeted with this popup notifying them they can now create & modify class stacks.

Once you have the feature, it works just like it does on the Peloton website. When viewing an individual class, you now have access to the Stack button – clicking it adds the class to your stack.

The Peloton Android app showing the stack button.
When viewing a single class, the Peloton Android app now has a button so you can add a class to your Stack.

Previously, on Android you could view your stack which let you do one thing – start the stack. Now, you have access to modify the stack – which will allow you to change the order, delete classes, and modify the stack however you want.

The Peloton Android Class Stack now has a modify button.
The new modify button when viewing a class stack on Peloton Android allows you to edit and change your stack.

This feature has not yet been added for iPhone & iPad users. In the meantime, there is a workaround for building Peloton class stacks on iOS – you can see our full writeup and video here on that.

This marks the second new recent feature Android users have gotten that iOS users are waiting for. At the end of February, Android users were granted an “All” button allowing you to see the full schedule across all class types. That update has not yet rolled out to iOS users at time of publishing.

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Chris Lewis
Chris Lewis is the creator & founder of Pelo Buddy. He purchased his Peloton in 2018, and uses all the different devices: Peloton Bike, Tread, Row, and Guide. He has been involved in the fitness industry for more than a decade - previously co-founding the websites Mud Run Guide & Ninja Guide. You can find him on the leaderboard at #PeloBuddy.

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