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In the most recent Samsung health update, they removed the ability to easily compare calories in/out by removing the weight management tracker. This seems like a basic function in a health app and I struggle to find the logic in this move.
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Hi Lindsay42, As of now we do not have any official information on this. I suggest you share some screenshots for review.

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Weight management is no longer an option. It's also apparently been reported in Germany.
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Yes, this was a poor move by Samsung.

Is there an easy way to uninstall the update to get it back?

I'll be looking for a new health app now to replace Samsung but would like it back until I can find a suitable replacement.

I think my phone upgrade this fall will be to a non-Samsung product. It'll save a lot frustration and they don't seem to care about their customers.
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Screenshot_20200807-125948_Samsung Health.jpg

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 Those three shots are the entire page. "Weight Management" is nowhere to be found.

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This is what the option looks like on Gear S3. It is my most-used part of Samsung Health on my phone.

 

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ridiculous why take away useful components of the app...does not understand their own apps and how they are used...moving on....wow pretty dumb to remove this function
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please put it back
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