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Fix Foodily lists – Done!

Posted on 23rd Aug, 2013 by Andrea Cutright
When Is A Fave A Fave
We’ve been blown away by the fun, compelling and beautiful ways so many people are using Foodily – but one thing we couldn’t help notice is that over 85% of faves are being added to lists like these:

>Finger Food
>Vegetarian Delights
>Lunch Worthy Wraps and Sannies

Foodily people are organized people!

Starting today and going forward we’ll be gradually revealing a series of changes that help make it even easier to collect recipes onto lists that you create, and give you more control over organizing the recipes you like. You’ll notice a few changes we recently introduced:

What’s new?
Quickly view all lists: Scroll over the FAVE button on any recipe and you’ll immediately get a display of your lists. Add that recipe to any [and every] list you create by checking the box, or by creating a new one.
Easier to delete recipes: Want to delete a recipe from a list? Simply scroll over the Fave button and uncheck the box of the list that recipe is in to remove it.
All your recipes in multiple views: Your profile still has all your recipes – including those in lists – and rather than a separate tab, you can toggle between your lists and your faves with one click.

What happens to your Faves in this transition?
They’re saved. We’ve included them in a list titled “My Saved Faves” which you’ll see in your profile. Just like any list, the recipes there are yours to control, rename, and edit. And, if you have more recipes than you can quickly browse through, you can quickly use the search bar to scan your entire collection of recipes.

In addition to the changes you can see, we also made some improvements behind the scenes that we hope will make things faster. We’re excited to hear what you think about this update. Feel free to leave us feedback here or in the comments below.

By the way, we previewed this update with a small group of people over the last few weeks and really appreciate the positive and constructive input. If you’re interested in being one of the first to see new features, email us at help@foodily.com.


Food, we love you.

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