Just select one you'd like (I think you may have been referring to the Addiction Recovery tracker) and then click on the TRACK YOUR PROGRESS button. Then select the options you'd like and click CREATE when you are done.
Hope that helps. Let us know if you have any questions!
When I do that, it tells me only one addiction recovery tracker per relative is allowed. I'm tryiing to set 3 trackers for ME! lol
Don't mean to seem stupid here....but I have check profiles where more than one addiction recovery tracker was set....but they may be old....don't remember.
I want to set one for getting off subutex/suboxone and one for getting off gabapentin (even tho that drug is NOT addiction). Just dont want to have to look up all those days...maybe I'm not being clear??
I am not super computer literate.....but thought I could add a tracker, add one and hit create........when I do that it gives me that message "only one per relative is allowed" and I'm not seeing anyplace that allows me to say it is for ME.....lol......NOT a relative (the * required boxes don't give me an option for addiction recovery tracker for ME for more than one??)
Help?? If it is doable, huh?
No worries about ignorance -- I had to try it myself to see what you were talking about and the same thing happened to me. :) It looks like, for some reason, the setup for the tracker automatically defaulted to "Someone else" instead of "Myself".
* On your Profile page, click "Add a Tracker".
* When the setup page opens, give it a new name so you'll know what you're tracking.
* Look at the box just below that - if it says "Someone Else", change it to "Myself"
You will have to choose Someone Else, and when you name it, you can name it whatever you want. I just tried it and did one with the name Em, and entered a different drug, different date of last use, and it is showing two different tickers (the thing you see with the arms in the air), reflecting both dates.
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