Why does MFP delete my food history and at what point does MFP delete them from my hannahlake2011 — Apr 12, 2018 04:54AM PDT
Why does MFP delete some foods I scanned or manually entered a few months ago so I lose it off my database? Is it if that particular food hasn't been used for a little while? As some foods I know I scanned or entered manually a few months ago are now not on my database so I have to re scan them or enter in again manually? But there are also some foods still on there that I entered in over a year ago? So it doesn't make sense how they decide which of my foods to delete of my database? Please can someone clarify?
2 Community Answers
Bruce MyFitnessPal Agent Apr 12, 2018 09:24AM PDT
Thank you for taking the time to contact us. MyFitnessPal has been designed to add to and remove foods from your Recent/Frequent lists automatically. We will definitely consider other options for the future and are always continually working on improvements.
All the best,
hannahlake2011 Apr 12, 2018 10:00AM PDT
Ok thanks for your quick response! :) I just don't understand it's logic of removing foods without asking (unless it is due to the amount of memory/data it can physically store) but Im sure there are certain reasons as to why it des certain things! Thanks. Hannah :)