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ROCKMAN6797's Photo ROCKMAN6797 Posts: 4,590
3/11/13 8:13 A

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With regards to the entering weight issue have you checked your FB setting to make sure that your weight there is measured in KG? Go to the upper right hand side of your DASHBOARD and click on the icon that looks like a clog (it will be named VIEW SETTING) and select the SETTINGS selection. This will open a a window with your personal information. Make sure your weight is being displayed in KG as opposed to LB (or STONES).

With regards to the second question since I have not signed up for the Spark5 program so I do not see this on my START page. Nevertheless here is a link that guides you on how to make changes to your goals. You may want to review them and make sure they match your goals on your FB page.

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3/11/13 6:29 A

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Ok maybe these questions have been answered already on this forum but I couldn't see the answers, So apologies up front if this is a repeat. I have two questions.

I enter my weight in SP in Kgs and it syncs with fitbit but... when it syncs it looks like it thinks the weight recorded is in lbs so it divides it by 2.2 and records that in fitbit. I usually discover what is happening when the calorie count on my fitbit is very low. I then have to manually go int fitbit delete the entry and record the amount. Is there anyway I can stop this from happening?

The second question has to do with SP on my Start Page I have a box with my goals and progress. On that is a box "Calories to burn this week" Which I assumed was calories over my base rate and it has a number 1420 however I think in the fitbit it records total calories both the base and the active so it is Monday and already it says I don't need to burn anymore calories this week :) Oh I wish that was true but I know it is not. How can I get that figure to be more realistic?

Suggestions would be gratefully received. I love my fitbit. I am definitely a fitbit addict and it really is motivating for me to see how much (or mostly how little ) I move. By the way I have a fitbit ultra

Roslyn -a NZer living in Hanoi, Vietnam
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