show number of nutrients when adding food + return to search ➞ save tons of time!
When adding a new food to the diary, I search for example for "jalap pickl". I get dozens of entries.
PROBLEM 1: almost all food entries are valueless, providing some three nutrients (salt, water, fibre). Then after losing a lot of time, I finally find a food entry that actually has a meaningful amount of nutrient data (vitamin C, vitamin A, etc). This lengthly search process could work in an instant if the search view (see attached image) would have an additional column: number of nutrients. Thus it would be immediately visible, where that single food entry is that actually has any nutrient data.
PROBLEM 2: In all this process, I have to enter the search term ("jalap pickl") dozens of times again and again. Would be just wonderful to be able to return to the search instead of searching new and new again. Or have I missed something? Thanks so much in advance!!
I spent 10 min on adding a single food (jalapeno pickles) that I did not eat before. If the above improvements would be in place, it would work in max 1 min! Guess what the most frequently heard complaint is why my friends do not use Crono inspite of everyone saying it is amazing? Because it costs way too much time!
Please please tell me how on earth to do something as simple as adding an image to this post?? I clicked the picture icon in the menu line above. Instead of uploading, it asked me a URL. OK, I created a publicly accessible URL in google drive. Entered it. It does not do anything. Repeated all this process on Android/Opera, repeated all this on Mac/Opera, repeated all this on Mac/Chrome. Nothing works. Here is the link to the image:
@Karen_Cronometer , if you have a minute, could you please help me out by adding this image properly? I just failed.