Now, RTE is bringing back its meal planner, with a new feature that will allow users to easily share and print out their meal plans, with the option to save to a social network or add an online version.
Users will be able to tap on a “Print” icon in the top left corner of their mobile phone and a menu of options will appear, where they can choose to print out a meal plan, save a meal, share a meal or even copy the meal plan onto a file.
Users can also share the meal plans with friends, colleagues and colleagues.
Users can tap on “Print meal” to access the printable menu.
They can then add the meal to their meal planner by tapping on the “Print Meal” button and tapping on “Share Meal”.
Once a meal has been shared on the meal planner menu, the print-out will appear in RTe’s “Printed Meal” section on the home screen.
The new printable option allows users to print off a meal in their own meal planner.RTE’s new meal plan feature will also allow users, for the first time, to share meals with other RTE users via email or via the mobile app, by tapping the “Share meal” button.
Users are also now able to share their meals via RTE and other social networks, with RTE adding the option for users to add an “Online” version of their meal plan.
The online meal planner will be available to RTE subscribers from January, and RTE says that users can share their meal with friends and colleagues via email, the social networking app, or by visiting the meal planners online shop, which will feature a menu that includes meal plans for lunch, dinner and snacks.
Rte’s meal planning feature is being introduced as part of a suite of changes to the mobile apps for RTE Radio 1 and RTe Newsroom, and is part of the RTE Food for Life campaign.
The “Online Meal Plan” will include meal plans from RTE radio stations, RTV Newsroom and Rte’s Newsroom website, and the online version of the meal planning app will also include a selection of other RTe apps and services, such as RTE Newsroom TV and RTV One, RTe Radio, Rte Newsroom e-newsletter, RRT Newsroom radio station, and various other apps.
The RTE Meal Plan feature will be added to the RTe mobile apps from January 1, and it will be possible to share the online meal plan via email.
Users who have previously shared their meals through the mealplan menu in the RTV meal planner can now tap on the online menu button and select “Share with RTV”.
Users can then share their dinner plans, lunch plans, or snacks with others via email by tapping “Share” on the menu.
Users on mobile phones will also be able tap on an “Add” button to add a meal to the mealposter menu.
Users will then be able add the item to their own “Online Food Plan” meal plan by tapping in the menu and choosing “Add”.
Users can also add a printable online mealplan to the “Online Lunch Plan” menu.
The meal planner is available in both the Rte Radio 1 online shop and RTT Newsroom online shop.
The feature will first be available in the online shop on January 1.
The full online meal planning features, including the print option, will be made available to users on January 8.