Step 1 – On a Mac you must install Android File Transfer App
This is for a Mac. Download it and install it.
Make sure it is open, but it will give a warning or error message. Just say OK. The next step will fix it.
2. Connect USB in mode for File Transfer App
You must hold the down button (on the right side) while inserting USB cable. After this step the window will open for the app showing your folders on your Elemnt. If not just go to the File transfer app, it should look like the screen on the next step on the left.
4. Sync your Plans folder and view your workout
See the image, here but generally, you just sync or restart your element and go to “Planned Workouts” in your element and you will see your workout(s). You get to planned workouts by clicking left side button and you will see it there.
* If you previously connected to Training Peaks you need to go to your phone and unlink Training Peaks for this to work.
5. Deleting Workouts
So there has been a lot of discussion around deleting workouts. It appears that Dale Rider found a solution. You must create an empty text file and name it the same file name as in your plans folder (endurance60.plan as an example). So example_name.plan would be a workout. Then just drag and drop that file into your plans folder and overwrite the existing file. I am using Mac’s Text Edit app in this example. I personally have not tested this solution but others say it works.
A Note From Wahoo Support
The ELEMNT is not currently designed to support external workouts being manually added to the device, there is not a good way to delete the workouts. Some have been able to delete by connecting the device to a computer and removing, but this is not foolproof. We do sincerely apologize. As we add this support to the device in the future, it should allow for expanded capabilities.
Wahoo Support (I left the persons name out)
Windows 10 Video
This is a video showing both adding a workout and deleting a workout from a Wahoo Elemnt using Windows 10 on a PC.