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What's new in iOS 3.11
What's new in iOS 3.11
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Written by Tom Kiss
Updated over a week ago

Ate is still focused on food, but it's no longer just about food. It's a holistic tool that integrates exercise, water, and sleep tracking, offering a complete picture of your health journey. It's all about balance and finding what works for YOU. Whether your goal is to manage your weight, identify nourishing food patterns, or simply enhance your overall well-being, Ate is here to help.

Privacy settings for Friend Connections

Our app now allows you to set different privacy levels for each friend you connect with. This feature controls the extent of journaling data visible to friends.

There are 3 available options:

  • Show the most (Full Visibility): Share most journal details, excluding private measurement and sleep data.

  • Show a little less (Limited Visibility): Show only the journal page without specific meal details.

  • Show a tiny bit (Minimal Visibility): Display only the profile name and image.

More on it here.

Lock your journal

Are you worried about someone snooping around in your journal when they are using your phone? You can now add an extra level of privacy by limiting access to your journal content using biometrics available on your iPhone.

More on it here.

Redesigned Journal page

We are in the process of updating all the views on your Journal page. In this release, we have redesigned the existing Path and Calendar views. New views coming soon!

Bug Fixes

  • Chat input field not expanding properly

  • Fix app not remembering previous journal view

  • Fix Admin visibility for Coaches

  • Other bug fixes and improvements.

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