How To Share Meal Info With Buddy? Not Working

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nancypo

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Posted: 13 Apr 2012, 18:47
How do I share meals with my hubby, my "buddy"? When I click on his icon, there's nothing there. Do we need to enable something or??? That way we don't have to enter the same info twice.
HCB

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Posted: 13 Apr 2012, 19:36
Greetings: If you click on your "MY FAT SECRET" tab you will see on the lower right screen something called "Toolbox". Click on "My Account" and scroll down. There is a click box where you can enable whether you share your information with others, just your buddies, or keep private. Both you and your husband will need to click the box "share with buddies" - I think this is what you may have missed. Good luck! HCB
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