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Nifty new feature on the Nutrition Tracker!

Saturday, July 18, 2009

There's a nifty new feature on the Nutrition Tracker I just now discovered!

I clicked on one of my food items and it brings up a box asking if I wish to Edit This Food - it then gives me the chance to change the amount and/or move it to another meal!!

Wow! I am forever putting food in the wrong places! And I copy meals from day to day but I do change the amounts sometimes.

Great going SP!


**it's great seeing how many of us are enjoying this feature! I wonder how long it's been available!

**I've been told this feature has been here for a long time, like 4-ever. I dunno, I guess I just never noticed before?
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    I've been using that edit tool since the beginning, so it's been here for a while I guess. But what I discovered today is the "food groupings". So when I make my favourite sandwich or salad or whatever, I can enter them as a group in the nutrition tracker for future use and then edit the amounts if needed.
    We all learn a little something every day. emoticon
    3193 days ago
    That tab has been there for a long time and thank goodness!!! I use it all the time. I too, copy foods from one day to the next and I'm forever putting things in the wrong place. Good thing SP is taking care of us!!!

    Have a GREAT day!
    3199 days ago
    Thanks Linda,

    I wonder if SP could make a tab like that for all the OTHER mistakes that I've made in my life?

    Probably not, and I probably wouldn't change them if I could.

    Thanks for the great info.

    3199 days ago
    I call the edit tab my "make right" button! Makes life much easier!
    3200 days ago
  • MARTY19
    SP keeps getting better and better. I like all the new changes. I like it when it is simpler.

    3200 days ago
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