How do I Change Start Date of Diet?

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dianeabsolut...

Joined: Mar 13
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Posted: 13 Mar 2013, 18:00
I registered today but can't seem to change the start date of my diet which was Feb 27, 2013. I have already tried under "historical weight". No luck. Any suggestions? Thanks! Smile
srplnthlt

Joined: Apr 10
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Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 01:11
I don't think you can. I started a new diet yesterday, but forgot to change the name of the diet. When I tried to enter the starting date as yesterday it wouldn't let me go back, only forward. Good luck with your diet.
dianeabsolut...

Joined: Mar 13
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Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 01:13
Thank you for the response. I wish you the best of luck as well!
Champers9

Joined: Feb 13
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Posted: 16 Mar 2013, 06:09
I joined at the end of Feb but actually started my diet in January. I went to Change Start Weight, altered the date on the calender and entered my actual starting weight. That seemed to work



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