For our subscribers, we’ve added a new feature today. There is now the ability to export all of your diary data to .csv files. These can be opened in spreadsheet programs like Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers, or Google Docs, where you can slice and dice your data any way you like. For all users, the
We’ve updated how Vitamin A (IU) is calculated for our USDA foods. It turns out that the USDA values are using an out-dated method for calculating IU that has been discredited in recent years as being far too generous. It has been shown that our bodies do not convert carotenoids as efficiently as it was
We’re nearly ready to release our beta Android client for Gold Subscribers. We’re currently targeting Android 2.2 or later and hope to have it out this week. Here’s a few screenshots.
Oops, it appears yesterday’s release has broken when viewed with Internet Explorer. We are looking into a fix for this. In the meantime, we recommend windows users to switch to using Firefox or Google Chrome to view the site.
We’ve just completed migration of this site from a shared hosting service to a dedicated virtual private server. Hopefully you’ll notice things are snappier than before!
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
We’ve added the ability to log in using a dedicated username and password. If you’ve previously set up your account through Google, Yahoo, or Facebook, you can also set a custom username and password under the profile screen. This way, if these sites have technical problems (I have seen the Yahoo login service have significant
Today brings several changes to the look of the Diary screen and Trends screens. Instead of tabs for each nutrient category, all of the nutrients are now being shown together below the main summary. This same component is also shown on the Trends page where you can show your average daily nutrition for a recent
Having a large database of high quality food items is crucial for a tool like CRON-O-Meter to be useful. It currently has over 8000 items from the USDA public database. However, this database is missing many commercial products and fast food items. Today we’ve rolled out a new feature: The ability to publish your custom
In the past week, I’ve pushed out a few small additions along with several bug fixes. When adding a serving, the default measure is now set to your most common selection, based on past usage The foods page was redesigned along with the addition of a listing of your custom foods & recipes. The mini