WeightWare - the Calendar Tab
The Calendar tab is a convenient way to review your weight changes over the recent past.
Using this view, you can quickly see how much weight you have lost or gained each day and each week.
At the bottom of the
calendar, you'll see summary information for the month.
Weight and Trends in the Calendar
For each day you record your weight, it is shown in the calendar with colored, underlined text
(if you don't record your weight, it will be estimated and shown in black text).
The month's maximum weight is shown in red, and the month's minimum weight is in green.
You can click on any of the underlined date fields to open that day's Weight and Health record,
or simply hover your mouse over the text, to see a "balloon" tip summarizing that day's weight.
Each day in the Calendar shows your recorded weight for that date, along with your
30-day Daily Energy Trend. Your weekly averages are shown to the right,
and monthly statistics are shown at the bottom of the Calendar.
For each day's weight in the Calendar, one of the following icons will appear to illustrate your
current weight trend:
- - Modest Weight Loss
- - Weight Loss
- - Substantial Weight Loss
- - Rapid Weight Loss (possibly unhealthy)
- - Modest Weight Gain
- - Weight Gain
- - Substantial Weight Gain
- - Rapid Weight Gain (possibly unhealthy)
If you record your exercises in WeightWare, you'll see
an icon for exercise () for each day
you exercised. You can hover your mouse over this icon
to see a summary of that day's exercise, or click the icon to open up that day's exercise record.
A weekly summary of your exercises can be seen by hovering your mouse over the weekly
exercise summary icon () on the right
side of the calendar.
You can add a free-form Calendar Note to any date
in your Calendar. To create a note, do a right-mouse click on the date, and select
"Add Calendar Note" from the popup menu. The Calendar Note icon
() will show in the calendar for each date
that has a note. You can hover your mouse over the note icon to see the note's
contents, or click on the note to open it.