Personally, I don't allow. I do have my Fitbit connected to SP but don't allow my nutrition and fitness trackers to communicate. I also delete the FitBit activity because it counts activity and not just my regularly scheduled exercise.
You might need to eat some of that, but not all of that back since a lot of that walking wasn't true exercise, but more of "activity." You can delete the calories portion that Fitbit added in for you by clicking on the red x next to it. Another option is to not have your Fitness and Nutrition Trackers communicating like they are right now. To do that, follow the instructions for option 2 here: www.sparkpeople.com/community/help_answer. asp?id=169.
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I ask because today for example, I did 20 min on elliptical, and worked an 8 hour shift (much walking) and now my calorie goal is 2,700 to 3,000. It seems like a really high amount especially because I didn't do much exercise that was out of the ordinary.
I have eaten about 900 calories so far and I have no idea what I would have to have for dinner to get in 1,800 calories to meet my goal.
So my question is do you use your activity tracker to add to your calorie goals and if so are you loosing weight?