All the food plan related information is in the fitbit "food plan" section, there is an "edit your plan" option on the last screen. There are two or three screens to the food plan that you can right arrow to scroll between. The plan summary is the third screen. One tip, after you set your ftibit plan the way you want, look at the date where fitbit predicts you will reach your goal, enter that date on yur Spark plan as the deadline to reach your goal weight. This should make your spark rate of loss more similar to your fitbit rate of loss and your allowances will be a bit more similar.
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Let me see if I can explain how to change your goals. It is hard to explain in such a way that is easy to understand, but I'll try. Go to your fitbit dashboard. The information is divided up into sections, with activities on the top and sleep on the bottom. If you look, you will see that the two middle sections have grey arrows on the right and left of the text. Click on one of those arrows until you see the section labeled "plan summary." Click on edit goal/plan. keep hitting the next button until you find the settings you want to change. You should be able to change only your calorie setting without it affecting your progress. I change my settings all the time.
Edited by: CHERISEWS at: 1/7/2013 (14:46)
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I see where you can track your current weight, but it sounds like there is a feature to imput a "target weight/goal weight". Can someone show me how to get to this screen? MyFitnessPal offers the convenience of goal weight setting, so it tells you "in 5 weeks, you will weigh __ lbs. if you continue to have a day like today"... Is there any feature tracking like this on the fitbit dashboard? If so I can't find it. But what motivation it would offer if so! Thanks in advance for any help finding a place to put in target/goal weight.
go to your your main fb page on the top are several areas, click on the one that says track weight. scroll down and you will find a plae to enter your weight for that day and then save
Edited by: USMAWIFE at: 1/7/2013 (12:39)
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