What’s New In The MyFitnessPal App: September 2016

Glennis Coursey
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What’s New In The MyFitnessPal App: September 2016

You’ll love what we’ve been cooking up here at MyFitnessPal!

We’ve made exciting changes to the way you log food, water, weight and activity in the app. Give these new features a try and see why it’s now easier than ever to understand your habits and reach your goals with MyFitnessPal.

Here’s a quick recap of the updates we’ve made:

Water Logging

Hello hydration! You can now log water in cups, ounces or ml. We save your recently logged water amounts so it’s even faster to log them next time.

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Restaurant Logging Multi-Add

Restaurant Logging multi-add makes it easier to track multiple menu items at once. You’ll love it for “build your own” items like burritos, sandwiches and omelets.

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Learn more about Restaurant Logging and how you can filter and sort restaurant menus.

Progress Photos In The Newsfeed

Celebrate your achievements by sharing Progress Photos in the MyFitnessPal newsfeed. Add a message or milestone to help inspire others in the community.

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Export Your Information — Premium Feature

Premium members can now export their progress history, meal level nutrition details and exercise history as a set of CSV files. Open the files in EXCEL or another data program and do a deep dive into your habits by creating custom graphs. You can also print your files and share them with others.

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Learn more about exporting your information.

Macronutrients by Meal — Premium Feature

Premium members can now see a macronutrient breakdown for every meal they log right inside the diary. Learn how each meal contributes to your daily goals and easily switch between grams and percentages.

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Learn more about Macronutrients By Meal.

Calorie Goals by Meal — Premium Feature

Premium members can now break their daily calorie goal into smaller, meal-sized chunks. This makes it easier to stay on track throughout the day and ensure you have enough calories at the meals that matter most to you.

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Learn more about Calorie Goals By Meal.

Now is a great time to join MyFitnessPal Premium if you haven’t already. You’ll have access all of our exciting new Premium features the moment they’re released. Start your Premium membership today.

More Exciting Updates

And that’s not all…

  • You can now add custom meal names on mobile. Open Diary Settings to get started.
  • We’ve made style updates to bring you a more polished MyFitnessPal. Get ready for easier to read text, a more consistent experience, an updated look and more.
  • You’ll love our new and improved weight logging flow.
  • Android users: Open your diary. Flip your phone sideways. Prepare to be amazed.
  • Android users: You’ll love our improved barcode scanning experience. We’re also happy to report that the barcode scanner now works well with multi-add.

Future Roundups

To discover more great features we’ve released this year check out our recap from April. Be sure to keep any eye out for other roundups to learn more about the changes we’ve made to the app.

These changes are rolling out slowly, so don’t worry if you don’t see all of them in the app yet. Not all of these features are available internationally.

Until next time, happy logging!

About the Author

Glennis Coursey
Glennis Coursey

Glennis has developed digital health coaching programs that have empowered thousands of people to live healthier lives. She was the Coaching Director at Sessions and Coaching Lead at MyFitnessPal. Currently she’s a Product Manager at Under Armour Connected Fitness, where she develops product for the world’s largest health and fitness community. Keep up with Glennis on Twitter: @glenniscoursey

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