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BOLTNUT55 Posts: 36
2/21/14 4:03 A

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Thanks! That's better than nothing... guess if I wasn't so tired, I would have eventually figured that out. I've fixed.

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2/20/14 6:32 A

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You can copy foods to another day, but can't actually move them from one day to another. Sorry about that!

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BOLTNUT55 Posts: 36
2/20/14 3:21 A

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I'm on the computer quite late at night, so sometimes when I track food, it goes to the next day. Once I've completed a full day and realized it, I'm not motivated to redo it all... is there an easy way to move food items into other days? My specific situation is that I entered all of yesterday's food into today's tracker. Thanks. It wouldn't be so bad except I just did some stuff for work, and my arms and fingers are hurting.

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