4/23/2011 5:57:33 PM
Just realized I have a lot of experience that I can pass on...
LINDADIBB - When you save your recipe, there's a checkbox where you can decided whether to share your recipe.
LADYWOLF55 - I never have any problems with removing items. As a technical response to your answer, I'd suggest that you make sure you're using the latest version of your browser. Older browsers don't always function properly. If that's not the problem, I'm in the dark.
SHELBY74 - I don't have any problems adding items to a recipe to get it to calculate. 2 tips: make sure your browser is up to date, and make sure you check the nutritional info on the items you're adding. Sometimes people make mistakes in those entries and they'll have 0 calories or something.
REZAV01 - Go to the recipe page. There should be a button on the top of the page to "Add Recipe to a Cookbook". Your cookbook should be listed there. Both public and private cookbooks should show up there.
PATSYINCA and MELEPPS- Click on the "My Recipes" link on the top bar. That should take you to your recipe box which will list all of your recipes like little cards. To the right of each recipe is a couple of links. One of these is "Edit". They really should put that on the recipe page if you own it.
VICKILYN4 - Go to the recipe page. Under the nutritional info page is a link to add the recipe to your tracker. You'll get a calendar to pick a date, then your normal "Add Food" popup will appear. Make sure you're doing this on a computer (not mobile phone), and that your browser is up to date.
MARIMOMS8 - When you create a recipe, you will have the option to publish it on Sparkpages. When you view the recipe, there's a link at the top of the page to add it to your cookbook. :) (Or to create a new cookbook.)
POLARBEARSCAT - If there aren't a lot of ingredients, you can create a Food Grouping. I've done this with breakfast, sandwich, and salad combinations I use all the time. Go to your tracker and click on "Add Food". Click on the Food Grouping tab and make a new grouping, adding your ingredients. Keep portion size in mind.