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    This is a fantastic mood tracking app. Simple x/5 rating of daily mood, but you can add custom ‘buttons’ and there’s a place for text.

    Would love to see this integrated seeing I have months and months of data on it. Doesn’t appear to be much interest on here though.

    09 September 2017
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    Also Chris, it’s just not possible to get its data, so even if it was popular we wouldn’t be able to add it.

    09 September 2017
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    Josh,

    Why isn’t it possible to pull data from this app? It’s similar to the current Mood tracking within Exist, just more robust. You could apply the current 1-5 scale to Daylio and instead of using “tags” it could pull activities. Not sure if it’s possible, but it would be great if instead of adding “tags” for words manually, it could just create a word cloud from the Daylio entries and then find correlations between word frequency and/or activities with mood, sleep, exercise and other data.

    Just curious why an API wouldn’t work for this?

    06 February 2018
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    Steven, as mentioned in the description of this task, no API exists for the Daylio app. The creator of each app or service needs to make an API for us to interact with. It’s not possible for us to create an API from the outside. If you want us to integrate with Daylio, you’ll need to contact the Daylio developers and ask them to create an API for us to use. Until they do so, this integration is not possible for us.

    07 February 2018
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    This is a bummer because I’ve used Daylio for a while now. While they don’t have an api they do have an easy way to export a csv of your data - would it be possible to upload this to Exist?

    10 July 2018
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    You could certainly use our API to write a program to input this data, if you’re so inclined.

    11 July 2018
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    Wish I had the slightest idea how to program, I use and love Daylio, too.

    04 October 2018