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If my units are setup to KILOS (KG) why I see my progress in POUNDS (LB)? MoniZami — Nov 03, 2015 11:33PM PST

If my units are setup to Kg why I see my progress in pounds?

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Logan MyFitnessPal Agent Nov 04, 2015 02:03PM PST

Hey thanks for posting your question. When we view the account on the website we are currently seeing your weight loss in kg. Please let us know if you are viewing the account via the mobile app and if so which platform: Apple, Android, Windows, or Kindle. We will attempt to reproduce the issue in a similar environment.

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Logan
MFitnessPal Staff


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ted913 Nov 06, 2015 08:13AM PST

I want to input my exercise weights (Kettlebells) in Kilos not pounds


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Logan MyFitnessPal Agent Nov 06, 2015 10:40AM PST

Hello

Thank you for following up with us. Sorry for the mix up. If the exercise in the database is displaying pounds, you may also create your own entry which should then display in kilos.

In the meantime if you roughly know how many calories you are burning via a heart rate monitor, etc., then you can add the exercise in yourself. Just go to “cardiovascular” or “strength” and then “create new exercise”. Since this will be an individual estimate, it will be for your personal database and not the main database.

Cheers,
Logan
MFitnessPal Staff


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