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MyFitnessPal Launches New Customisable Dashboard for an Instant Snapshot of What Matters Most

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Latest feature innovation gives members more power to track their progress with new goal-setting and nutrient-tracking options

 

MyFitnessPal, the No. 1 global nutrition and food tracking app, announced the launch of its new customisable dashboard. The dashboard update gives members the opportunity to personalise tracking with easier goal-setting and new nutrient-specific options. Recognising calorie counting isn’t the priority for all members, MyFitnessPal now provides more flexibility - so their members can add and highlight two custom goals to receive an instant snapshot of what matters most. 

 

“MyFitnessPal continuously aims to empower individuals to take control of their nutrition - and to be a daily companion in their health and wellness journey. Our members told us that they wanted to be able to easily edit goals and customise the dashboard,” said Tricia Han, CEO of MyFitnessPal. “With our newest feature, members will be able to track the factors of nutrition that have the biggest impact on their personal goals and what will ultimately help them succeed.”

 

Available for Premium members, it’s now easier than ever to edit the MyFitnessPal dashboard to provide detailed and insightful information about dietary metrics. Users can select the ‘edit’ button in the top right of the dashboard screen to review the 16 nutrient goal card options, which include:

  • Carbohydrate
  • Fat
  • Potassium
  • Protein
  • Monounsaturated Fat
  • Saturated Fat
  • Trans Fat 

Comprehensive tracking, along with data-led insights, expert guidance and community support empowers members to succeed on their own terms. This latest product innovation provides members with an even deeper understanding of the nutrients required to make healthier food choices, further supporting those at-risk for diet related illnesses.

“Equipping members with the tools and knowledge to make more informed and personalised decisions is a key goal for MyFitnessPal,” said Chief Marketing Officer, Katie Keil. ”Continuing to innovate and personalise tracking options sets our members up for success and offers them a path forward to pursue healthier lifestyles.” 

 

For more information on MyFitnessPal, visit www.myfitnesspal.com or download for free via App Store and Google Play.


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About MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is the No. 1 global nutrition and food tracking app for achieving health goals. Since 2005, MyFitnessPal has empowered over 200 million users in over 120 countries to log food intake, record exercise activity and weight, track wellness habits, and achieve their health and fitness goals. 

 

As one of the world's most trusted and leading resources on nutrition, MyFitnessPal's mission is to ignite powerful nutrition and wellness change in members by empowering them to succeed on their own terms through personalised data-led insights, guidance, and unwavering support. 

 

With one of the largest food databases in the world comprising over 18 million foods, access to over 500 recipes, over 50 workout routines, 80 exercise demos and over 35 connected fitness partners, MyFitnessPal provides users with tools for positive healthy change. The MyFitnessPal app is available on the App Store and Google Play store. 

 

To learn more, visit www.myfitnesspal.com or follow MyFitnessPal on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and Twitter.


Contact details:

For more information about MyFitnessPal, contact: myfitnesspal@iconagency.com.au

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