Are you talking about the right side panel where it says "Recently Updated Trackers" or another place? If you can let us know which tracker you are referring to, or if you mean all of your trackers, that would be really helpful.
I'm talking about the list of people using trackers specifically connected to thyroid disorders. The list appears on the right hand side when I view my own thyroid tracker and I think it's entitled people "using trackers".
I was diagnosed a couple of weeks ago and would really like to see how others have progressed - the trackers would be perfect for that. I'd like to see e.g. how long it takes for the TSH to drop on various doses of thyroxine, and see how the people feel and so on. At the moment, because so many haven't been filled out, it's like searching for a needle in a haystack.
We've recently introduced a new feature called Tracker Galleries. You can access it by clicking Health Tools on the top nav and then clicking on Thyroid Tracker. Here's a link directly to the Thyroid Tracker Gallery:
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