If you are a practitioner that is less focused on nutrition-based practices, you have the ability to remove the Nutrition tab for your client(s). To remove the Nutrition tab from the Client Portal, you will need to disable access to the Food & Mood journal.
You can remove the Nutrition tab in the following ways:
- Disabling access to the Food & Mood journal for individual clients
- Bulk disabling the Food & Mood journal for all clients
- Disabling the Food & Mood journal when adding new clients
Disabling access to the Food & Mood journal for individual clients
You can remove the Nutrition tab for individual clients who have access to the Food & Mood journal.
1. Navigate to your client's journals section and select the Edit journals button in the top-right corner:
2. Select Edit next to the Food & Mood journal:
3. From here, disable the Food & Mood journal by selecting Disable access to this journal and prevent <Client Name> from adding new entries:
Bulk disabling the Food & Mood journal for all clients
If you've previously given access to the Food & Mood journal to all clients, or to clients with a specific tag applied, you can disable the Nutrition tab for all of them at once.
1. Navigate to Settings and select Portal Preferences.
2. Scroll down to the Food & Lifestyle Journals section and click Bulk update:
3. Select Disable access under the Food journal access drop-down menu and click Update all:
Please note: This only applies to clients who already have access to the Food & Mood Journal.
Disabling the Food & Mood journal when adding new clients
When manually adding new clients, disabling the option to Give my client access to the Food & Mood Journal now will ensure that they do not see the Nutrition tab in the Client Portal:
Please note: You can also change your Portal Preferences so that journals are never selected by default when manually adding clients. Visit this help article for more information: Journal Defaults & Preferences
You will also want to ensure that you have disabled the setting to Give access to the Food Journal for the following automations:
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