Categories
Peloton

Peloton launches new Field Testing beta program, here’s how to sign up

FTC: We use income earning auto affiliate links. More.

Peloton has launched a new beta testing program for its members. Dubbed the Peloton Field Testing Community, the company is looking for members to help test new features and products. Peloton says that there is a “limited” number of spots in the community, and interested users can sign up today.

Peloton announced the new Field Testing Community in a post on Facebook this week, explaining that it will serve as a new way to collect feedback from members:

As you may know, your feedback is important to us and it’s at the center of how we work. We’re looking for Members to become a part of our new Peloton Field Testing Community that could give you the opportunity to be invited to apply to future Peloton Field Tests. We have limited space, so be sure to sign up quickly.

During the sign-up process, you’ll be asked a variety of questions including how often you use your Peloton equipment, which type of workouts you prefer, and personal details such as your address, height, weight, contact information. You’ll also be asked to complete a Non-Disclosure Agreement that asks you not to share any information from the Field Testing Community publicly.

Once you complete the Peloton Field Testing sign up, it’s time to play the waiting game. Peloton says it will reach out to field test members when there is something to test, whether it be a new product, a new software feature, or something else entirely. “We run tests year-round, so you never know when we might need your help,” Peloton explains.

If you’re interested in joining the Peloton Field Testing Community, you can do so today on the Peloton website. Again, remember that spots are limited, so you should sign up soon if you’re interested. Do you plan on signing up? Let us know in the comments.

By Chance Miller

Rides a Peloton bike all over Waco, Texas.

Peloton referral code: AYTT8Q

Contact: chance@9to5Mac.com
Twitter: @ChanceHMiller