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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 31,085
12/29/12 2:59 P

When you scan something with the iPhone app, it should bring up the nutritional info. I don't know why you are getting the option about prices. Do you have a scanning app? If so, which one are you using? Have you tried scanning more than one product?

If it isn't something that is in our scanned database, then you can do a regular search for the food by typing the name in the search field or entering it manually.

Coach Denise

Edited by: SP_COACH_DENISE at: 12/29/2012 (15:01)
BIGLOSERINTX SparkPoints: (115)
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12/29/12 11:16 A

I downloaded that as well but when I scan it just shows nearby prices..lol.. I need nutrition value. :)

MLAN613 SparkPoints: (163,117)
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12/29/12 11:05 A

It will get easier. I downloaded the SP app for my iPhone and it has a barcode scan option.

BIGLOSERINTX SparkPoints: (115)
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12/29/12 10:53 A

I have tracked food with my fitness pal for the last 2 years and Im trying to transition to sp tracking so I can get to know some of the people in SP. Im having some problems though. Can I scan something with my phone and have it pick up the nutritional value? Or do I have to enter all the nutritional info if it isnt already stored in SP? Hoping it gets a little easier ;/

Michelle
in texas

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