Is there any way to tick off foods you have eaten when you have pre-planned your eating schedule for the day. I have ADHD and try to pre-plan my eating for the day as I have a terrible working memory but still have problems trying to remember, have I eaten one or two of those, or am on on my 3rd? Something as simple as a checkbox would work. Visual reminder of 'yes' I've eaten that.
Third world problems, yes I know, but I don't want to start duplicating data in different places, just to be able to keep track.
Thanks in advance
PS. Great application. I've lost 207lbs to date. No small part due to Cronometer.
I think a Community Cook Book (CCB) could be very useful and profitable. Make it an Opt-In feature that can be selected every time you make or modify a recipe. Make it searchable by Total Calories, Macro, and a Taste Rating. From there, a database of recipes displays. These CCB recipes are entered by Cronometer users as normal, but there is an added radio button to "Add Recipe to Community Cook Book?"
This could also turn into a physical, annual cookbook release by Cronometer. Best CCB Recipes of 2021, released around Christmas time or something. If the C-levels are really cool at Cronometer, they'll even find a way to reward those whose recipes get higher upvotes and are more valuable in selling the physical book and pulling in new Cronometer users.