MyNetDiary iMessage App

MyNetDiary iMessage app is a companion app for MyNetDiary's iPhone app. Once you have MyNetDiary installed on your phone, you should be able to see MyNetDiary iMessage app icon in the Messages app. If you don't see it, please scroll right in the app list bar and use the "three dots" button to add MyNetDiary to the app list.

MyNetDiary iMessage Features

Sending Stickers

MyNetDiary's sticker pack has smiles, frowns, hugs and kisses, as well as workouts you can do with MyNetDiary. Express yourself! Once you have MyNetDiary installed on your phone, open the Messages app and tap on MyNetDiary icon. The stickers are the first section in the app. Scroll down or expand the list to see all of the stickers.

You can tap to send stickers in any conversation, thread, adjust their size, or peel and place them on top of bubbles, other stickers, and photos.

Sending and Receiving Meals

If you logged a meal, for example dinner that you had eaten together, you can send it to other family members who use MyNetDiary, saving them time and efforts logging foods. You can send a meal either from the iPhone app, or from the iMessage app.

Sending a meal from the iPhone app

To send a meal directly from the iPhone app, go to the meal you want to send, for example, today's breakfast. Then, tap the menu button in the top right corner and tap Send via iMessage.

You will see a list of foods in that meal, pre-selected. You can unselect some foods that you don't want to send.

Then, tap Send via iMessage. You will see New Message screen.

Type or select recipient name, optionally type a comment for the message, then tap "send" arrow button.

Sending a meal from the iMessage app

To send a meal from the iMessage app, go to the Messages app and start composing a new message to your recipient, the same as you always do. You can also add a comment to the message before selecting foods. Then, tap on MyNetDiary iMessage app icon and select the Meals section there.

You will see four yesterday's and four today's meals. The meals you haven't logged in MyNetDiary will be greyed out.

Tap the meal you want to send. You'll see all the foods you've logged in this meal, pre-selected. You can unselect some foods you don't want to send. Then tap "send" arrow button. The meal will be sent to the recipient.

Receiving a meal

If you were sent a meal, you will see this message in the Messages app, in the conversation history. You will see MyNetDiary app icon, day and meal sent, and a short summary of foods sent to you.

When you tap this message, you will see a list of foods sent, with all foods pre-selected.

You can unselect some foods that you don't want to get added, then tap either Add to MyNetDiary or Add and Open MyNetDiary. The second, "add and open" button will add the foods selected and also open MyNetDiary iPhone app on that meal, so you will be able to see everything you have in the meal and make any further edits or additions.

Also, when receiving meal in the Messages app, you can adjust amount of food you ate right there before adding to MyNetDiary, without going to the iPhone app. Simply tap on the amount and enter the amount you ate.

Sending and Receiving Recipes

If you have created a recipe in MyNetDiary, you can send it to another person using MyNetDiary - with full nutrition facts, ingredients, cooking instructions and photo. You can send a recipe either from the iPhone app, or from the iMessage app.

Sending a recipe from the iPhone app

To send a recipe from the iPhone app, go to the Manage My Foods screen in the app, using either menu button in the top left corner of Dashboard, or menu button on any meal screen.

In Manage My Foods screen go to Recipes tab and tap the recipe you want to send, then tap Send via iMessage.

You will see New Message screen. As always, type or select recipient name, optionally type a comment for the message, then tap "send" arrow button.

Sending a recipe from iMessage app

To send a recipe from the iMessage app, go to the Messages app and start composing a new message to your recipient, the same as you always do. You can also add a comment to the message before selecting the recipe. Then, tap on MyNetDiary iMessage app icon and select the Recipes section there.

Locate the recipe you want to send and simply tap it - it will be sent immediately.

Receiving a Recipe

If you were sent a recipe, you will see this message in the Messages app, in the conversation history. You will see MyNetDiary app icon, recipe name as the message title, and a short note starting with "Add recipe ...".

When you tap this message, you will see Add Recipe screen in the Messages app.

Tap Add to MyNetDiary to add this recipe to your MyNetDiary app. Once the recipe is added to your MyNetDiary app, you can see it in My Foods, under the Recipes tab. You can see its ingredients and cooking instructions. As always, you can also use search to log this recipe in your diary.