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its been 2 years at minimum that this was asked for, WHERE ARE NET CARBS! RothAlexander — Jan 03, 2018 09:24PM PST

I searched, and see you have the same canned response every time someone asks the question, where are net carbs.
I see that it literally has been at LEAST 2 years since this was first asked. What are we paying for if you cannot give us the simple ability to track net carbs? I totally hope i get a canned response, because then i will feel justified in taking my subscription to Chronometer, while i am not as familiar with that app, I would rather pay them and have net carbs, then continue to use you and not have net carbs.

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MollieVillella Jan 04, 2018 06:17AM PST

I am in agreement with you. I actually love My Fitness Pal, but I am going to cancel my subscription as I'd like to not have to go back through and figure out the net carbs myself.


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Bruce MyFitnessPal Agent Jan 04, 2018 07:44AM PST

Hi RothAlexander and MollieVillella

Thanks for reaching out to us about Net Carbs. We are well aware that it is a popular request from many os our users and will definitely condor it for the future. Thank you both for providing your feedback on it.

Though many features may seem like an easy addition, there are many behind the scenes complications for even the simplest of request, especially since our program is so complex and runs on several platforms. The feedback we receive is noted and shared with our developing team, and we will continue to do all we can to try to add the most requested features when possible.

All the best,
Bruce
MyFitnessPal


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peer2all Jan 10, 2018 11:16AM PST

If nutritional info has carbohydrates, display that number. If fiber is present, subtract from carbohydrades and display that number. This would be a really helpful update. Nobody is asking for complex things, but Keto dieters among others really need to understand that yes, we can eat lettuce and spinach without panic about their high "carb" content.


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greenclovers62 Jan 15, 2018 06:51PM PST

Bruce says, "We are well aware that it is a popular request from many os our users and will definitely condor it for the future." Keto uses have been asking for 2 years. How much condor(?) is needed to fix the issue?


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