Improve web app graphing of weight

Withings App

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  • diesydna
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    I am in total agreement.with Jason.  The graphics Withings had before selling to Nokia were superlative.  It's one of the things that hooked me into the Withings universe - and kept me there for a long while.  Once Nokia changed everything, I started weighing myself less often and the scale became a less valuable utility to me.  When I heard that Withings had bought back its company, I had real hopes that the superior graphics would once again be implemented.  I'm still hoping.  I think it's a really big thing. When technology works well - with a great visual representation that enhances the experience and utility of a product - the user is able to realize goals in a much different way than if he/she has to struggle to get the information.

    So.  without repeating myself, I simply request that the developers give a bit more thought to the possibility of going back to the GUI that was so successful.  Trying to improve on something that was perfect can only result in something less good.

     

     

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  • kjpollock
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    I couldn't agree more with the comments regarding the vertical scale on the web-based charts. Not only do they compress the data to make it difficult to evaluate trends but the computer-generated increment marks are typically something completely irrelevant such as a fraction of a pound. Please give the user the ability to set the graph high/low limits and increments of the vertical scale. This would make interpretation and motivation so much better.  Many thanks

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  • louiserayner
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    I totally agree. I used to be able to see a trend from today back to 2015 and now I can’t ?????? Really annoying Why update an app and make it worse and they call it progress what a joke !

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  • hftobeason
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    Allow me to LOUDLY second the above complaints.  The weight graph scaling is ludicrously bad.

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