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    Categories: Development

By Request, More Features!

Thanks to some feedback in our forums, we’ve added a few new features today:

  • It is now possible to copy all the items from the previous day to the current day.  This is very useful for people that typically eat the same thing every day.
  • As an option in the nutritional summary (Trends Panel) you can now specify if the time range should include the current day or not. For example, if you were viewing the past 7 days, but have incomplete information for the current day, then they averaged would be brought down by the current incomplete day. A new checkbox was added that will shift the time range back a day, to get more accurate averages.
  • Sugars can now be broken down by 6 different types (glucose, fructose, lactose, etc…). By default they are hidden, but if you require tracking of these you can enabled them by going to your profile page and editing the target settings. Beware that the data for these sugars is not complete for all items in the USDA food database, so the totals may be under-represented.
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  • this is awesome!  I've been using your desktop version for a few years.  I've tried other web versions but they lacked features I wanted.  This is the best!  Thank you so much.  Now I can access all my recipes from any computer!

  • this is awesome! u00a0I've been using your desktop version for a few years. u00a0I've tried other web versions but they lacked features I wanted. u00a0This is the best! u00a0Thank you so much. u00a0Now I can access all my recipes from any computer!

  • There is no increase in calories when a female goes from normal to pregnant or lactating.  In the desktop version, the calories increased drama
    tically (300-500 cal/day) when pregnant or lactating. Is this perhaps an oversight?  Thanks so much.

  • There is no increase in calories when a female goes from normal to pregnant or lactating.u00a0 In the desktop version, the calories increased dramantically (300-500 cal/day) when pregnant or lactating. Is this perhaps an oversight?u00a0 Thanks so much.

    • That is an oversight. I will make sure that is adjusted properly going forward. Thanks!