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TOPIC: Nutrient Quota - web version vs. app version

 
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March 6, 2013 11:27 AM
Hello!

I switch back and forth between the web version and app version of MFP. I like getting as much information as possible about my calorie and nutrient intake each day.

What I've noticed, is that the app version lets me see my calorie intake, fat/protein/carb intake, salt, etc., but it also lets me see my intake of vitamin C, calcium, iron and vitamin A--all on one easy-to-read page.

The web version only shows me the categories/nutrients that I choose to see, leaving the others unknown. I choose the most important: calories, carbs, protein, fat, fibre and sodium, but I'd like to see everything on one page. (And I don't want to have to change my settings every time just to do so).

Considering MFP is a source of information for us, why not make all information available? Why pick and choose?

Could this be changed please?

Thanks!
March 6, 2013 11:32 AM
Would love to see the "daily summary" for all 17 trackable items on the website where it is perhaps likely to be on a computer with a much bigger screen than any smartphone / tablet product, why THEY get it and the website is limited to 5 optional colums... silly :P
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March 6, 2013 11:33 AM
Exactly! More is more!
April 17, 2013 3:47 PM
MFP, are you working on this? I feel like the apps get far more attention than the web site.

This wouldn't be an extremely difficult thing to implement. The data is already there, and the functionality allows you to choose between 5 categories of it. Linking to a popup or page where you can see the full range of nutrients would be simple, since the functions to grab data are already written into the table at the bottom that shows your selected nutrients.

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