I agree! We're currently adding new recipes to the app at a rate of one per day, and we hope to accelerate this in the near future. Not all of the new recipes will fit all eating preferences, but I'm sure you'll see some new recipes soon
Nope! I've noted down your request, though, so we may tackle this in the future.
This is coming very soon - likely in our next app release.
Definitely - I have been trying to connect with MFP to discuss an integration, but haven't had any luck yet. In the meantime, MFP's quick add feature may work for you.
Hi Marty - thanks again for letting us know about your request. We have other features in the pipeline, but may investigate an "edit" feature in the future. In the meantime, most of our users decide the meals they want to cook in the meal plan builder, instead of building a plan with many meals then wanting to edit it after the fact. I know it may take a bit longer, but I'd suggest that you try building the plan you want while you're in the builder. Eventually we'll have an edit feature for you!
You are SO right. I've been trying to contact them re: an integration but so far I've heard nothing back. Will keep trying.
If you're using our iPhone or Android app, open up the grocery list and tap your item on the right hand side - it will open an extra ingredient detail screen. On this screen, you can tap 'Edit' (in the upper right hand corner) and select which aisle you want it in We have a feature coming out soon that will make this more obvious.
Building meal plans that fit into calorie / macro targets is something I've been interested in for quite some time. I don't know when it will be available, but I will push to make this happen.
Re: viewing nutritional information in the meal plan builder - if you're using the 'Advanced' builder in the mobile apps (you can check in Settings » Eating Preferences) we'll have nutritional info available in recipe preview mode of this builder in (hopefully) our next app release.