In the meantime I recommend to link your Fitbit Profile to MyFitnessPal which has a Macro and Micro tracker (on the mobile version too!); along with users all over the world and a huge database, including barcode scanner and recipe builder.
They are supported both through a computer as well as through most Smartphones. You can get more information on this page.
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions
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@Stone98 I hope you're doing well! That is a great idea! You should vote for the idea I left on the reply I made on your previous post. That way, it may get implemented in the nearest future. If you have any other suggestions to make, don't hesitate to suggest them.
See you around!
I agree with the need to track carbs, etc... I am diabetic and need to track my carebs closely all day. I'm actually considering abandoning fitbit and going with onedrop. I've been using fitbit for close to five years.
@bobinmi Welcome to the Fitbit family! You can actually track your carbs with Fitbit, but only on the online dashboard for the moment. To do so, go to the Log Food section. Scroll down a little to see your "Daily Totals". You will be able to see your carbs and other macros there. Check the picture below!
Try that option out and let me know how it goes!
@Monicalucia Thanks for joining the Fitbit Community! By taking a look at the picture you just shared I can see you are using the Fitbit app for Windows 10.
In order for you to see the "Daily Totals" please go to the online dashboard at Fitbit.com. Log in to your account and follow the steps on my previous post.
Try that out and let me know how it goes!
Also, take a look at the Discussions Board as you will find a lot of interesting things there. Feel free to post on any thread you want. If you are looking for Fitbit friends to compete with, check this friends thread to add some!
See you around!