It would be very helpful it you could add a photo when you log your weight. MFP has this and I have found it to be one of the most valuable features in the program.
Thanks for the feedback!
you can do this, though we don't prompt you to upload a progress photo when you log your weight. One of our gold features on the trends tab is Snapshots, which allows you to upload photos with time date and weight stamps. You can also achieve something similar by adding a photo to a note in the diary, another gold feature.
Hope that helps!
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Where is the snapshot feature?
Ah, should have mentioned that snapshots is a web only feature. Photos on notes is a gold feature on both web and mobile
So you would enter your weight in the weight section of the iPhone app, then go to the Note section to take the photo? I guess that could work but the way MFP does it is much cleaner and it provides the ability to compare photos side by side.
Totally acknowledge that its not as clean as you'd like. That is the part we will look at improving
It would be awesome if you could add the progress photos (snapshot) photos directly from the app. Most of my clients don't use this feature because it is a pain to not be able to load the photos directly from their phone versus desktop computer.
It would be so nice if one could easily add photos. I have read the above methods for adding photos and the fact that you can't do it on the app is just not good process on Cronometer's part. This is such an obvious area that could be fixed and improved to give people the tools they need to stay motivated. Please add an easy Photo add button on the mobile app!!
I have already lost 150 pounds that were the result of my medical care with a brain tumor. Of course it was malignant and they gave me all kinds of weird drugs so I got pretty fat. I could give you a before and after picture but that’s not why I got into this. I got into this because of severe IBD.