Weight not showing in challenges

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Posted: 02 Dec 2013, 20:43
Hi! Is anyone else having this problem? For weeks now my weight only shows up on my 'homepage' but doesn't transfer to my challenges or my tracker at the bottom of my posts. It worked beautifully for 3 weeks and now it looks like I am not participating in the challenges.I like this site for the challenges, but with it not working, it is just another food tracking, weight tracking site to me. Has anyone had this problem and have you found a way to fix it? The site says it is only me having this problem. I am thinking of making a new profile and seeing if it does the same thing. Thanks for any suggestions, Liz
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Joined: Apr 13
Posts: 21

Posted: 08 Dec 2013, 08:40
I'm having the exact same problem. Every time I weigh in lately, it shows up on my personal weight history, but doesn't register in the challenges. I know your post is a couple weeks old...did you ever find a solution? Thanks!

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