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How can I graph my progress over years? Only 1 year showing now. Jazeyboy — May 17, 2017 04:12AM PDT

I've used MyFitnessPal for several years to track my weight, but currently can only see a graph of the last year of work. In the past, I've been able to view progress over years, but can't seem to find out how to do it here. How can I graph out multi-year progress?

Thanks,

J.

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Jazeyboy May 17, 2017 04:14AM PDT

Those of us who work at this would definitely like to be able to see our progress over time - it seems like a baseline function. I can't believe all that many people are compulsive about tracking their calorie intake year over year, but a weight tracker seems like a really obviously desirable element to this site! I can't believe there's no option to generate it - you have all the data.


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Maximiliano MyFitnessPal Agent May 17, 2017 11:05AM PDT

Hello,

It’s possible to view your information from any time since you began using MyFitnessPal, but there is currently a reporting limit of 365 consecutive days. You can view up to a full year’s data at a time, by using the full website’s “View Full Report” feature.

If you would like to view ALL of your past entries in a numeric form, while online you can go to “My Home”, then “Check-in”, then “Edit Previous Entries”. On that page, you can view all your past weight and date entries in a numeric form.

We will definitely consider adding additional reporting options in a future update.

Regards,
Maximiliano
MyFitnessPal Staff


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