I set my goal to loose weight for the next 2-3 weeks, (I need to loose 40 kg's) then I start with a new one. That's the best way for me. If I set it any longer it would demotivate me.
I don't really understand how I can set my goals in the weight tracker here. I don't like that I have to remove the one before through settings and replace it with a new one.
How about making it more accessible and easier to use by giving goal setting a corner of its own - kind of like meal entries in the food diary. Instead of removing the past goal of the page, why not leave it there and just add on a new one with the stats sitting right on top? It would be nice to sort of see all my accomplished goals listed.
This would be so helpful for my weight loss. What do you think?
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