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THEREALMUMMYPIG Posts: 372
11/10/11 5:03 P

Thanks Denise - looks like she'll need to add it herself!!

I've sent her the link to the full info, so she can just add the exact thing :)



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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 33,514
11/10/11 9:53 A

Deleting it would make it go away completely for everyone. If you unshare it, then it will only be listed in your recipe box, but I believe it might be removed from her favorites, but if she bookmarks the recipe page, she will still be able to access it (just not likely from her recipe box). Something else she may want to consider doing is adding it as a manual entry on her nutrition tracker page and enter the nutrition info for 1 serving, then you can delete it if you want. It takes less time to do it that way and you won't need to worry about keeping it and still allowing her access to it.

Hope that helps!

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THEREALMUMMYPIG Posts: 372
11/9/11 5:54 P

... if I delete a recipe I entered and shared.

I enterred a recipe for a friend and she now wants to add it herself. She is credited as the creator in the title, so the fact that it has my name as author doesn't matter that much and I wondered if there was a way I could save her the time of reentering it all (the first time it went a bit wrong, hence the reason I did it!).

I wondered if instead she could add it to her cookbook and then I could delete the entry that I made, or unshare it.

If I did that however, would it then disappear from her cookbook and everyone else? I don't want that to happen.



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