Using Fatsecret Tools

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MCDVMJV

Joined: Aug 12
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Posted: 19 Aug 2012, 04:21
Good morning,
I'm new at both dieting and using this website. I have been recording my calorie intake and weight, off and on, since November 2011 on the iphone app Wink.
Just now came on the website and wondered about the "weight history" bar codes. Mine are red to bright yellow. Any explanation of meaning, i.e. if eat less or exercise more, will the colors change?
This looks like a great way to keep the motivation going.
Thanks
paperiniko

Joined: Jul 11
Posts: 343

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Posted: 19 Aug 2012, 04:39
it just shows the progress in percentage towards your goal, they change colours at set milestones: 75%/50%/25%
MCDVMJV

Joined: Aug 12
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Posted: 19 Aug 2012, 04:44
That makes sense, and since I changed my goal, I have not gotten beyond the yellow mark.
thanks
juliadh1

Joined: Feb 13
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Posted: 09 Apr 2013, 11:05
thanks, i was wondering exactly the same thing. it would be good to explain this on the page.



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