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3 years 6 months ago #383 by CathieP
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I've recently stated using the app and it's really good, the ability to track food, symptoms and medication in the same place is really useful. I do have a suggestion to make the app even better, could you add a free text entry option, so that it could be used as a journal? I'd like to be able to reflect on each day and note anything that's happened that might have affected me. I'm trying to narrow down the intolerances that are contributing to my IBS but I don't think food is the entire answer.
Thanks :)

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3 years 5 months ago - 3 years 5 months ago #384 by finadmin
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Hi!
Thank you for your input and I'm happy you like our app. Yes, we plan to include an option like that in the next update. At the moment we're working on it and we hope to release it in December!
Thanks for sharing your ideas, please let me know if you have any other improvements in mind :-)
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