Hi, I'd also like to be able to export my tracker data as CSV, edit it, and re-import.
The main reason is that it's a lot quicker for me to type values for multiple days of sleep data into a spreadsheet than it is add them one at a time via the currently provided methods.
I would also like to be able to manipulate the data on my own PC, so I can plot trendlines etc. (I have Non 24 so it'd be useful to see how far off a 24hr clock I currently am)
I think this would be a phenomenal feature. Currently, I use a separate application on my Android that tracks my workouts called Jefit Pro. I'm able to extract that data as a .csv, so it'd be a real time saver to be able to import that data into your MyDietDiary app or even the web-app and translate the workout logs to "calories burned". It shouldn't be too difficult to extract from the Jefit log the type of workout, compare it to your existing exercise database, then calculate the fitness information, albeit the custom workouts that you are able to create within Jefit may pose as a small problem.
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