Viewing a complete day

Once you've finished a day, see different views of the information

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Written by Esther Mehesz
Updated over a week ago

Day Summaries

After the first journal entry of the day, a nice little summary of the previous day can be viewed which displays the On-path percentage, the number of meals, and the frequency.

Overnight fasting time is also calculated after the first meal post of the day and calculated from when the last meal of the previous day was posted - if one is into intermittent fasting.

Be more mindful by…

If you're trying intermittent fasting, give it a go, but it is not for everyone, and if you don't really care for it, then there is no need to worry about it! There is never any pressure to feel the need to do anything in particular, it is always about tuning in to your own body and doing what works best for you.

If you're not interested in even seeing the Fasting at the bottom of your path, you can turn it off. To do so, head to Journal > tap on your Profile (upper right corner) > Settings > Turn On Hide Fasting.

Daily Recap

At the end of each day and at the very bottom of the timeline, you can find the "Daily Recap" button. Tapping it will give another overview of the day. Here, a collage of the photos of the meals for the day (up to 8) will be formed and ready to be shared on social media if you would like (or simply save it to your camera roll on your phone or send it to someone through your preferred communication channel). You can also view Daily notes and Daily stats.

If Apple health integration is enabled, view the step count and daily activity rings.

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