Weigh ins for previous dates

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pjdereadt

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Posted: 20 Sep 2013, 21:23
I forgot to record my weight yesterday and cant figure out how to go back to a previous date to enter my weight. It is either really difficult to do or the answer is right in front of my face!! Any suggestions? Thank you in advance!

kmunson

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Posted: 20 Sep 2013, 21:41
I just did a test. If you click to enter your weigh in it will bring you to the screen to enter the weight. It defaults to the date today. I then tried clicking on the calender to the left on yesterdays date. I entered the weight and it entered it as the weight on that date. Simple.
pjdereadt

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Posted: 20 Sep 2013, 22:18
Hi kmunson, thanks for the quick response! I tried that option on my Android phone/app as well as my PC (in regular and compatibility mode) without any luck. However, I found a link: View Weight History>Enter Historical Weight Entries (on the lower right hand side) and it worked as you described. I am not sure why the calendar isn't always set up to accept weights from previous dates...but oh well. I appreciate the quick response. Smile I wish you well in your diet!
kmunson

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Posted: 21 Sep 2013, 17:12
You are welcome



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