You have points for the day, which as a calorie counter this was the part I was least convinced about, but I do like them and hope I get the hang of calculating them soon.
The other tracking feature I like is the workout tracker, I have used caloriecounter and myfitnesspal and I always had the sneaking suspicion that they were giving me way too much credit for my workouts. On WW I got a decidedly low amount of points for my workout which I appreciate so I don't feel like I can go home and eat an extra 800 calories.
Things I don't like, the website is not user friendly, I mean I pay $42 a month to use the website and go to meetings and I can't believe how many glitches I'm finding! Half of the 'my tools' didn't open the first few days I was on it and I registered for the meeting 3 times because even after I registered there's no where that specifically states 'you signed up for xx/xx/2013' which really concerned me.
I went to the meeting without my temporary card (yes this was my fault, but in my defense you can only get to the temporary card by registering for a meeting which I had already done 3 times) and they had no communication between the website and the meeting computer to look me up.
The meeting was a lot of fun, there was even someone who brought a pair of pants she could jump in an out of with her clothes on in front of us (love that cliche, but who doesnt'). We all received a list of Halloween candy and their respective points on our way out! Terrifying! I think I'm going to be baking Taralynn Mcnitts pumpkin bars to curb any cravings!