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Gingerk65

Joined: Jan 18
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Posted: 23 Feb 2018, 07:35
Jamiecol111, I tried it under settings and on the exercise screen using apps and devices.It will let me click on Fitbit then Continue but continuing to Fitbit site causes it to stop working. Since Fitbit does not list Fatsecret as a compatible app, I think it just won't work. Thank you for the suggestion. I am growing accustomed to manually inputting my exercise and have been surprised at how well that is working.
abbadabba

Joined: Apr 09
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Posted: 27 Mar 2018, 16:49
I figured out a work around, which is to create an exercise called FITBIT and then say it is 24 hours at whatever the fitbit total was for the day I am logging.
Every day is a new day.
Gingerk65

Joined: Jan 18
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Posted: 27 Mar 2018, 18:30
Thank you Abbadabbe, I can do that and it will simplify my life greatly. You rock!



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