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Multiple mood entries per day

156 votes

Tagged as Development

Created 19 December 2015 by Belle B. Cooper

Moved into Under consideration 06 November 2016

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    Josh Sharp

    Like custom tracking, this one requires architectural rejiggering and so while it will happen because we want to do it, it's still a while off.

    19 December 2015
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    Richard E. Ward

    This would be very, very useful.

    19 March 2016
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    Geri

    very important, key moments are:

    after wake-up
    before lunch
    mid afternoon
    after work
    before sleep

    would not track more than 2 at a time, depending on the intended outcome I'd choose the timeslot

    06 June 2016
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    Ioana Marinescu

    I agree that this is useful, and I would add that it would be useful to keep a separate "overall" category to rate a day, and then have separate ratings by moment. For example, I noticed that the things that happen towards the end of the day tend to have a large influence on the overall day rating that I do at night. Further, research shows that the morning mood is an important factor in productivity: it would be nice to see if this is true for individual users.

    18 September 2016
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    driver

    i like the idea of some "default" time of days but with customization options

    06 November 2016
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    Adam Breen

    This idea is actually how I found Exist... because I wanted a way to track my mood over time, with tags. Particularly, I would like to record how I'm feeling at the beginning of each day, because I think there will be some important trends in that data, related to motivation and mental health — eg. "what gets you out of bed in the morning?". Also, I have a hypothesis about "Monday Morning" syndrome that I'd like to test.

    09 January
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    Richard Anderson

    I'll vote for this as well. I'm using a standalone app called iMoodJournal to bug me thrice a day for my mood. Being able to have one app for everything is better, in my book.

    12 January
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    Tony Tkach

    I manually track mental health and physical health - I know this is beyond the scope of this consideration, but I'm just throwing it out there as an idea.

    27 January
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    Katya Tsaioun

    I am a nutritionist and it is important for me to track what my patients are experiencing multiple times during the day to understand what triggers their food choices

    10 February