Is it possible to export ALL diet or weight data to CSV or Excel?

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hhsuey

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Posted: 17 Oct 2013, 01:01
I'd like to backup all my personal data basically. Perhaps graph the daily caloric intake on Excel.

Any way to do this for more than a single month at a time?
Tfrei59

Joined: Oct 13
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Posted: 17 Oct 2013, 11:25
I'm also interested in this question.
Tfrei59

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Posted: 17 Oct 2013, 11:32
Just found out the answer. Yes, it is possible.
1) Go to Enter Food under My FatSecret tab.
2) Click on "print"
3) You will see many pdf options and a csv option alongside. Click on the appropriate csv option and the file will be downloaded. After that you can open with any spreadsheet program.
Adevero

Joined: Mar 12
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Posted: 03 Mar 2015, 18:38
Is the same true for exercise and weight data?
donald_abbot

Joined: Jan 15
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Posted: 14 Mar 2015, 00:58
I can't find "print" anywhere. Has this functionality been removed?
Footr

Joined: Dec 14
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Posted: 17 Mar 2015, 16:15
I also cannot find a print command - where is that? I would like to be able to export the information that has been recorded.



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