Saving time with meal planning was the exact reason Plan to Eat was created and the system is ingenious! You create meal plans from your organized recipe book, and a shopping list is generated for you.
This month, Monica shares her tips for saving time in the kitchen when making homemade and traditional foods!
Recent Youtube Videos
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Riley and Roni chat about different ways to get dinner ready faster! Grab a hot drink and join them for this month’s coffee talk!
Mobile App Updates
We’ve been busy so far this year adding new features and squashing bugs for our iOS and Android app. This month, we didn’t launch a new version of the app, but we’ve still been hard at work!
We’re getting closer to having Menus available in the app! Stay tuned for an upcoming newsletter with all the feature details.
New customers can also look forward to an improved onboarding experience in the app!
We’ve been making consistent updates, squashing bugs, and adding features to the website! Here’s a list of what’s happened in the past month:
- We added headers to each page in the Cook tab (Queue, Freezer, Friends, and Cooking Challenges) to help new customers learn about them.
- We refined the Account page layout.
- We renamed Challenges to Cooking Challenges.
- We updated the signup path to automatically generate a default username when signing up.
- We updated the login path to only permit email addresses as valid credentials.
- We added a Forgot Email path where users can sign in with a username and be prompted to update their email.
- We split the account menu in the header into My Account, and Help.
- We updated the interface and moved account-like pages to the account section and created a sidebar submenu.
- We fixed a bug allowing the recipe key to scroll out of view in the shopping list.
- We fixed a bug causing the Close Cooking View button in the cooking view to overlay the recipe ingredients in Firefox.
- We fixed a bug causing the X icon for the cooking view to overlay the browser’s scrollbar.
- We fixed a bug causing the Thin and Wide controls to overlay the header when viewing a recipe on its page.
- We fixed a bug causing a drag icon to appear in the corner of the screen when the mini planner is visible in the Cook tab’s table view.
- We upgraded to Rails 6.
We’re excited to give you another month of fresh updates, bug fixes, and exciting new features! We will continue to notify you of any new updates and features on our blog and via email.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can always contact our support team at email@example.com.
I really love this app. I’ve been terrible about meal planning and this app is so easy to use. I just add my recipes from Pinterest or by hand, plan out as many weeks in advance as I want and it gives me my grocery list. It’s helping me try new recipes too. If we have a change of plans, it’s so easy to shift the meals to different days.
This website/app has saved us so much money, time, and clutter! We order what we need. We menu plan for a month at a time with friends who also use Plan to Eat and there are a lot fewer nights scrambling to get take out.