Spark Tracker!

Monday, December 14, 2009


Many of you may know about this, but I just found it. I've been talking about it, wanting something like it, and I just discovered this has been here on SparkPeople while I've been dreaming about it.

It's the Stay-On-Track calendar and it gives you a birds eye view, month by month, of everything you have tracked on the Spark Planner, the food tracker, and your weigh-ins.

You can look back over any month and view a day when you ate exactly what you planned to eat, so you can give yourself an instant replay. The same goes for your calories burned, your exercise, etc. etc. It's a good way to find that favorite meal you had two months ago, but you can't remember what day it was.

I think it's a very handy, helpful tool and I wasn't even aware it was here. So I want to share it with all the teams I've joined in case others aren't aware of it either.


PS - In case you aren't familiar with the Spark Planner, the link is below. Map out your appointments and have it send you a reminder via email.


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    I use the planner, but I have not seen the Stay-On-Track calendar. Thanks for the info. You are so talented.
    3077 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/15/2009 10:52:02 PM
    I just stumbled across this a few moments ago, very handy tool!
    3078 days ago
    I remember seeing this one time and never looked at it again until now. Thanks for the reminder!!
    3078 days ago
    Thanks for sharing I didn't know either. It will be very useful. PJ
    3078 days ago
  • JUSTJO66
    This is just too cool. I knew about the planner but not about this feature.
    3078 days ago
    Thanks for the info! I had no clue this was on there! Cool feature!
    3079 days ago
    I found that the other day and was delighted. It is amazing how many wonderful tools SP has for us.
    3079 days ago
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