You’ll want to just ride for a couple weeks and feed XATA data reflecting your day to day activities and any weekly pattern you might establish.
With a Continuous ATP you will see a variety of workouts around your selected Focus (athlete type). You can use Filter to change duration and type if you like.
I recommend newbies play with the various knobs and dials and note what each one does. You can always set them back, but you’ll want to interact with Xert on a regular basis.
When you are at one star status (low TL) the selection is limited but at 2 stars and above the library expands. Status stars count corresponds to workout diamond count. The higher the count the more difficult the workouts especially when form goes to blue or green.
You want to consider all components on the Training tab where you’ll find both general guidelines for an outdoor free ride to focus along with recommended workouts typically ridden indoors. Stars status color is predicted current form while the chevron color on the pacer needle reflects calculated form 24 hours from now. The pacer needle shows where you’re at for the rolling seven day period based on the TL you establish by setting an IR.
Here’s a post from someone with a high TL to start with but same principles apply.
XATA - what does it say? - General - Xert Community Forum (xertonline.com)
“Endurance” in this case refers to the quadrant and focus type duration (20 minute or higher are lumped together). It’s not what you may traditionally associate as an endurance ride. You can open a workout in Workout Designer to see focus type, strain ratio (low, high, peak XSS) and specificity.
Related – Training Advisor recommendation (focus and target) - General - Xert Community Forum (xertonline.com)
Quadrants on the spider chart –