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December 30, 2012 3:46 AM

I would like to know if it is possible to change the start of weekday for self? At this moment, you assume that everyone's week start from Monday to Sunday and so the app shows weekly calorie intake from "Monday to Sunday".

Is it not possible to change the start of weekday, so I can set the week start day, e.g. - Tuesday or Wednesday and so the app can show the calorie intake from Tuesday to Monday, etc?

I think this will make lot of people's life easier, like me who not necessarily starts week on Monday.

Also, like weekly net calorie intake, can you also introduce Monthly Net Calories intake in the App. It would something very easy to develop for you and convenient for us to track.

Many Thanks
December 30, 2012 3:48 AM
Another suggestion I have is - "Complete entry button" should also be available for weekly data as if someone overeats at single day, it won't affect the weight loss or gain too much unless someone continuously over or under eat for a week or more.

December 30, 2012 1:00 PM
In the same line of thinking it'd be nice to be able to choose when your "day" resets. I'm a night owl. I log my calories assuming a day is wake->bedtime, and not 12am-11.59pm. While it isn't difficult to go to the previous day after midnight it would certainly be more convenient if I didn't have to.
December 30, 2012 1:26 PM
For the "wake > bedtime" if bedtime is consistent say... 2 or 3 am, depending on your timezone you may be able to cheat yourself west a couple zones, it will allow you to complete your diary and get the newsfeed post that you did so. If bedtime varies then it may not work as well unless it's still "always in bed by 3" then you'd just adjust west so that you have until 3 am local.

my home > settings > change timezone.

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