I agree that having the water glass at the bottom of the page is less easy to use than at the top. As I'm a relatively new member, I didn't know there was a veggie tracker but it sure would be helpful to have it on the nutrition page. I find it annoying to have to go to a different page to track my veggies.
I know on the start page in the "track your progress" section you can set different goals, and one of them is a fruit/veg tracker. Sure, it doesn't have cute fruits and vegetables that you color in, but it does the job.
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I'm trying to get a sense of how many people feel the loss of the freggie tracker we used to have on our nutrition page.
I know I used to love gradually filling it up and colouring in the fruit and veg through the day, and it really helped to keep me on track.
Sadly, since it was removed, I am struggling to keep my veg count accurate, and the constant having to switch to the start page to track them feels counter-intuitive to me. The visual aid it gave on the nutrition page was a really useful tool. As was the glass of water that I always enjoyed filling to overflowing each day, but since it was relegated to the bottom of the nutrition page is not getting the use it that I used to either.
It is a bad case of 'out of sight, out of mind'.
I'd like to see both the water and the freggie trackers reinstated at the top of the nutrition page where they are easy to see and easy to use.
I'm hoping that lots of you feel the same way, and this is why I am asking how you feel about it.
If you would, please let me know how you feel here, and also copy and paste your response into the Sparkpeople suggestion box if you have time, that is here, so that Spark know how we feel:
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