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March 6, 2013 12:30 PM
It would be great if the system could see and give credit for when you logged in. For example If I leave on the weekends, (which is most) I use my IPOD to log in. however since i dont have internet I dont get credit for the days. The max num of days I get is 5. it does log my entries after I reach internet and it sync's.
So if the programmer was able to sync the day we logged in and give us credit for that it would be a huge motivation, to keep our number of days climbing. Does that make sense?wink
March 6, 2013 9:59 PM
It does in a way, but the "days logged in' counter is counting how many consecutive days you've connected to their servers NOT how many days you've logged a food in the diary. If you have a gap of over 24 hours between logins your counter is reset. Logging in at 6am Monday and not until 2pm that's a gap of 32 hours and can lose the count even though it's the "next day" to me, Monday is followed by Tuesday..

You'll lose your count every weekend if you don't have an internet connection because you didn't connect to their (MFPs) servers.
March 12, 2013 12:10 PM
I agree with you relative to loggin in; or a 'hold' button so that when you have to be away, you don't lose your day counter. Something...
March 12, 2013 8:25 PM
They "do" have "something" like a hold feature.
You go on a 7 day cruise, don't worry about MFP while you're off enjoying yourself avoiding sky-high roaming charges.. come back and go to the tech support forum
find the "days in a row incorrect" sticky thread... click it... click the link it contains to the form that you fill out to request the counter reset (things like what your counter should be at etc)
March 23, 2013 12:14 PM
I will have to try that, but I think they should just be able to know it, lol.. :)


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