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7/11/11 2:37 P

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I don't use the tracker. I use a dry erase board on my kitchen wall--easier and faster for me.

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MOMMA48's Photo MOMMA48 Posts: 602,299
7/9/11 10:02 A

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I still use the old one as I like it alot better and I'm more used to it!

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6/10/11 10:08 P

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No, I liked the old one better. emoticon

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6/9/11 5:14 P

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Yes, I like it very much.

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6/1/11 9:08 A

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Yes but at times i use the old one.

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5/31/11 8:38 A

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5/27/11 1:58 P

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Actually, it makes my tracking more difficult because of its bigger size: i have to scroll down every time i want to enter an item and it takes more time

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5/19/11 12:42 P

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Yes, that is one of my issues with the new tracker.

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5/19/11 12:14 P

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If I try to enter multiple foods at one time, it doesn't always add all of them and I have to go back to the old tracker to get all my foods in. An example is when I've made a stirfry and have used multiple vegetables. The first five or so will be added, but the remaining others on the list won't be. Has anyone else experienced this?

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5/19/11 11:31 A

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I think I like it. It sure makes tracking food faster, especially since I tend to eat mostly the same foods day after day. I'm not very adventurous in my eating, so my list isn't that long.

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LESLIEJEAN43's Photo LESLIEJEAN43 Posts: 31,907
5/19/11 9:36 A

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Thanks. I have used that, but I'm afraid that may only be a temporary option...

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5/19/11 8:11 A

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There is the option to use the old one with the Add A Food button.

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LESLIEJEAN43's Photo LESLIEJEAN43 Posts: 31,907
5/18/11 4:11 P

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I don't like it! I have been frustrated with using it, and have already written to the help desk with my complaints.
I liked the old one just fine, and now may stop using the tracker.

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5/18/11 11:16 A

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Like it.

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5/17/11 4:10 P

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LOVE it!!!!!

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5/17/11 2:32 P

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I like it and have learned if you don't use it for a couple of weeks - up the weight goes !



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5/17/11 8:23 A

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I like the looks. I haven't really used it but the little I did it seems to work well.

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60SIXTY's Photo 60SIXTY Posts: 24,922
5/17/11 7:37 A

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do you like the new format for the nutrition tracker?
do you have any tips for using it?

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