Saving cook sessions

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Is there a way to save the temperature profile and other data from a cook session for later reference? My (brand-new) Traeger is a 780 Pro.
 

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Is there a way to save the temperature profile and other data from a cook session for later reference? My (brand-new) Traeger is a 780 Pro.
I have a 575 Pro and in theTraeger app you go under WiFire and select the gear (settings) in the upper right corner. There you can create and save a custom cook session. I hope this is helpful.
 

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I have a 575 Pro and in theTraeger app you go under WiFire and select the gear (settings) in the upper right corner. There you can create and save a custom cook session. I hope this is helpful.
I believe you can only create a custom cook within the d2 controller and not within the app. You can access, see it and initiate that custom cook in the app once it has been originally created within the controller. That is how it has been unless the app updates have addressed this issue. In fact, back in April 2019 you could create within the app but they took that ability away shortly after that in the following update for whatever reason. Cheers.
 

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I believe you can only create a custom cook within the d2 controller and not within the app. You can access, see it and initiate that custom cook in the app once it has been originally created within the controller. That is how it has been unless the app updates have addressed this issue. In fact, back in April 2019 you could create within the app but they took that ability away shortly after that in the following update for whatever reason. Cheers.
Actually that is incorrect. I just created a custom cook cycle in the app under settings in WiFire. You can add as many steps to the cycle as you want. Each step allows you to change the temp and set a timer or probe temp. Then you give it a name and save it. It appears there is only room for two custom cook cycles and it saves them to the controller because they don’t show up in the app when the grill is offline.
 

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Actually that is incorrect. I just created a custom cook cycle in the app under settings in WiFire. You can add as many steps to the cycle as you want. Each step allows you to change the temp and set a timer or probe temp. Then you give it a name and save it. It appears there is only room for two custom cook cycles and it saves them to the controller because they don’t show up in the app when the grill is offline.
As I stated in my post, it was that way and it may have been updated since April to allow that feature within the app and that's good for those who would use such a feature. Too bad Traeger wouldn't address other real issues with their app. We can only hope in time.
 

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I wish it would save historical cook data (like iGrill does) so you can look at ambient and IT graphs for a completed cook.
 

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