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Frustrated with the "new" nutrition tracker!!!

Friday, May 27, 2011

I have tried for several weeks now to use the "new" nutrition tracker. This week I have only used it a couple of times this week. I started to use it today and finally realize why I have been balking at using it. IT IS TOO SLOW!!! I have posted on just about every thread I can find and read all the suggestions for using it, but it is not improving. I have resorted to tracking on paper which has caused me to then use my WW points to track. I have been in the habit of doing both, but since I am so frustrated with the tracker have just not done it. Decided to blog my frustration and maybe someone will have a suggestion that will help. Until then................
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  • JUSFOLK
    Are things getting better with your tracking success? I've not had a problem with it, but had a couple of glitches right at first, but i think that was when they were getting the kinks out.

    Thanks for the blog comment on the "new" fed nutrition guidelines:)
    3672 days ago
  • KALISWALKER
    It has me back tracking my food so it was worth learning how to best use. Please don't give up.
    3673 days ago
  • NORASPAT
    I love the new diabetic tracker it is really good for us. I must admit I do not like the way to put in saved favorites. I used to hit a letter and find it. I am having to manually scroll down and that really slows the process. Other than that I love it. emoticon
    3678 days ago
  • MILLISMA
    I agree when I'm trying to use my favorites.....it is very slow.
    3678 days ago
  • DAMARIS89
    When I first tried it, it was really slow, now it's faster, in my opinion. I'm sorry you're disliking it's speed!
    3678 days ago
  • NINETOZE
    Sorry you're having problems. I use it sometimes too. I do most of my food posting on my iphone which is just as easy. I do have problems sometimes with it when I do it on the computer but push through it since its not that often. Hope they get it figured out for those that use it regularly!! I know how frustrating it is. I came to SP b/c of logging issues on my old site!
    3679 days ago
  • FUNKY5RED
    It is slow, but hang in there with it. You can use the old version by clicking on the "Add a food" button. You can contact SP to ask for help, but also to let them know what you are experiencing in using it. Good for you for continuing to track on paper! That shows your commitment to YOU!

    3679 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7475917
    I love the New Nutrition Tracker and like others it took a little patience and time to get the hang of it, but sorry I have to disagree I think it is faster.
    3679 days ago
  • JULIEFRANCES112
    It took me a few days to get use to it but I like it now. I don't find it slow at all.
    Maybe you could send SP an email and they can help you. The old tracker is still there, is it working properly?
    3679 days ago
  • JUSTLYLE
    I too have been frustrated by the "new" tracker, tried it a few times but just can't get the hang of it, I'm sure it will sink in sometime but still do it the old way. I don't find it too time consuming.

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    3679 days ago
  • ILOVEROSES
    I also find it very slow but perservering with it. I am sure they will soon fix it. You can still use the old one if you prefer Marilyn.
    3679 days ago
  • GRACIEC
    I have gotten used to the new tracker and now I love it - especially when I can add all of the foods that I've saved in my favorites at one time (as long as they're in my favorites, obviously!) Have you got a Favorites List?

    3679 days ago
  • KSHAGGY
    I too love the new tracker.....but I see you can still use the old one!

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    3679 days ago
  • CITA769
    Wow! ? emoticon I am so sorry to hear that. I actually love the new tracker. What problems are you having emoticon
    3679 days ago
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