Automatically skip the meal photo request when tracking full calories/macros
Let's be honest, clients who are taking meal photos likely aren't going to be tracking their cals/macros, and clients who are tracking their cals/macros likely aren't going to be taking photos of their meals.
So for those of us who's clients are strictly tracking cals/macros, the current workflow of having to "skip" the meal photo option before being able to add a meal/item to their diary seems like an unnecessary, cumbersome step.
I think having Meal Photos and Meal Tracker separate would be most ideal, or perhaps the ability to toggle Meal Photos On/Off while using the Meal Tracker.
Ashley Chiffy commented
If there was an option to turn off the photo then I'd switch to the in app feature. But when you log all of your meals for the week upfront on Sundays having to hit skip photo over & over again is very frustrating. I just went back to myfitnesspal so it's faster
Melanie Lesicka commented
When we go to log a meal get rid of the photo feature that pops up right away.
I hardly ever take pictures of my food and it’s just one extra step that gets in my way when logging food.
I’m usually in a hurry to log food as I want to eat and the camera popping up is just annoying.
Michelle West commented
Mostly agree with initial idea. Have meal tracking photos available...it's a great idea , baby steps, to those who are so adamant about Not food journaling (as IMPORTANT as it is)... just don't make it the 1st thing, or as suggested, allow to turn it on/off