How to Bookmark Peloton Classes

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When it comes to how to bookmark Peloton classes, there is something very important to understand: you cannot bookmark an upcoming live class. 

In other words, you can bookmark an On Demand class only. This article will explain everything you need to know about bookmarking classes and then finding them later.

Bookmarking Peloton classes

You have four options for taking Peloton classes:

  1. Bike/Tread
  2. Peloton website
  3. Peloton app
  4. Smart TV

With each of these options, there is a slightly different way to bookmark classes.

Also, as I mentioned, you can’t bookmark upcoming live classes, per se. You can only count yourself in or add them to your calendar schedule.

Anyway, here are easy-to-follow instructions for how to bookmark Peloton classes in each of these four disciplines.

Bookmarking and finding bookmarked classes on the Peloton bike/Tread

When you’re searching for classes on your bike or Tread, you’ll notice a rectangular “flag,” if you will, at the top of the screen. Tap that to bookmark the class.

The flag will turn white. This shows that the bookmark has been saved.

Later, when you want to find your bookmarked classes on your bike or Tread, these are the steps you’ll take.

One, from the home screen, tap classes on the bottom of the tablet screen.

Two, tap the “Filters” button on the top right of the screen.

Three, toggle the “Bookmarked” button to the on position. Then, you’ll see all of the classes you’ve bookmarked.

Finally, you can bookmark a class after you’ve taken it.

For example, when you finish a class on the bike, the “end” screen offers a number of options across the top of the screen. One option is “Bookmark.”

So, tap that to bookmark the class. This way you can find it easily again in the future.

Bookmarking classes on the Peloton app

Start by opening the Peloton app on your phone or tablet.

The new Peloton home screen on the app gives you two options to search for classes.

One, Fitness Categories.

Two, Workouts button at the bottom of the screen.

Choose which kind of classes you want to take and then bookmark them.

Also, you’ll see the same rectangular flag coming down from the top corner of that screenshot. Tap to bookmark. The flag will turn white.

Finding bookmarked classes on the Peloton app

To find bookmarked classes on the Peloton app, Peloton has made this easier from the home screen.

One, on the top right you’ll see the icon you would normally tap to bookmark a class.

Well, guess what? If you tap it from the app home screen, it will bring you right to all of the classes you’ve bookmarked.

Also, from the home screen: scroll down and underneath recent or featured classes, you’ll find bookmarked classes.

Finally, you can go back into into the discipline or category of class you’re interested in searching for a bookmarked class.

Then, once inside, look at the bubble that says “Filters” at the bottom of the screen. Tap that.

At the very top you’ll see “Bookmarked.” This means your bookmarked classes. Toggle the button on

You’ll notice that the Red Classes button at the bottom of the screen has changed to show you how many classes you’ve bookmarked.

Tap that red button to reveal your bookmarked classes.

FYI, bookmarked classes will stay bookmarked until you untap the flag.

Bookmarking classes on the Peloton website

On the Peloton website, go to “Take Classes.”

Scroll down to choose the category of classes you want to take or bookmark. Click on that category.

Once the classes pop up, you’ll see a home screen based on the most recently released classes.

In the top right corner, you’ll see the bookmark flag.

Click on it to turn it white. Now you’ve bookmarked the class.

Finding bookmarked classes on the Peloton website

Now let’s find classes that you’ve bookmarked.

Instead of having to choose a category of classes, you can choose “All” from the far left across the top.

Click on all, then look to the far right of the top of the screen. You’ll see Filter. Click on that.

Scroll down to toggle on the Bookmark button to show you all of the classes you’ve bookmarked in all categories.

I love this new feature!

Bookmarking Peloton classes on a Smart TV

On your Smart TV–I have a Roku–open the Peloton “channel.” Choose the profile of the person who will be working out.

Then, on the left hand side of the screen, choose the category or discipline of classes you want to take. 

To bookmark an On Demand class, move the arrows on your remote to the class you want. Press OK.

When the home screen for that class comes up, you’ll see you have two options.

One, Start.

Two, that bookmark flag.

Use the right arrow on your remote to get to the flag, then press OK.

The flag turns white to show you’ve bookmarked it.

Finding bookmarked Peloton classes on a Smart TV

Now to find classes you’ve bookmarked on your Smart TV, here’s what you need to do.

On the top right of the screen, you’ll see the word Filter.

Move the cursor arrow over to Filter. Then, press OK on your remote. 

Your filter options appear.

Look to the very bottom for the words “Bookmarked.”

Use the down arrow on your remote to get to “Bookmarked,” then press OK.

Press the left arrow to hide the filtering menu.

Then you’ll see all of the classes you’ve Bookmarked.

Final thoughts on bookmarking Peloton classes

One of the great things about Peloton is how seamlessly you can work between the four different options–hardware, website, app or Smart TV. This includes bookmarking classes.

That is, if you’ve bookmarked a class on your bike, you’ll see that class as bookmarked when you open the app, go to the website or turn on your Smart TV. The converse is true, too.

Bookmark a class in one Peloton ecosystem, and it appears in another. Let me know if you have any other questions about bookmarking classes.

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