The Mood Meter helps you identify your emotions throughout the day and supports you when you’d like to shift to a different emotion. Using the Mood Meter is quick and easy, helping you expand your emotional vocabulary and discover emotional nuances. Use the Mood Meter to:
* Check-in regularly with your feelings at work, at home, anytime.
* Discover what causes you to feel the way you do and see patterns in your feelings over time.
* Share your emotion check-ins with a small circle of family, friends or colleagues.
* Learn effective strategies to help you regulate your feelings and enhance the way you manage your life each day.
Over time, you’ll develop emotional intelligence skills that can help you in all areas of life.
* New Mood Meter notes: reflect on the causes of your emotion and capture your ideas in writing.
* Mood History migration: users with a Mood Meter account prior to the August update (version 2.0) can now access their past mood data. This includes past check-ins and associated notes you entered. If you had a prior account, you will receive an email with more information on migrating your data.
Ratings and Reviews
Near Perfect App
Mood Meter, despite the fact that I have only had it for 4 days, has been so helpful. It has helped me recognize my emotions and help cope when I’m depressed. I love the fact that it gives you solutions and quotes to how you are feeling, and gives you the option to shift emotions. Under the “blue” category, which means someone is feeling anywhere from down to despair. I wish they would add a “suicidal” option, that when clicked gives you a warning message and links one of the many suicide hotlines that you can call or text. I feel like this would separate the app from an emotional aid, to an app that saves lives. All in all this app is near perfect and I recommend to everyone❤️
Also a mechanism for collecting data for research
The mood meter is used by schools in my area so I thought I’d check this app out. It raises some privacy concerns for me. Even if you opt out of providing any personal info, you are still required to provide your [a] birthdate to use this paid app.
Uses of ‘aggregated’ data include “We may use and disclose aggregated and/or non-personal information about users of the Service for research and measurement purposes. No such use of disclosure will identify or be able to identify any individual user. For example, we might want to know how many people in Texas are feeling in the “Blue” at a particular time. If you are from Texas, your data may be included in this analysis, but we will not include any of your personal information. “
Week 1 review
It was discovered by myself that after two decades I had learned that counseling is a tool that allows one to privately share and sort out personal and family problems and issues. I have found this mood meter can be utilized as an additional resource to assist in diagnostic review for psychological and personal evaluation.
The mood meter is a brilliant way to allow the recording of one’s own mood and is motivating, interesting and enjoyable at the same time. Being that there is also a solution offered at the end is a bonus and a surprise. The solution offered in the end as a way to change your mood, if so desired, serves as a means to entice the person back to track their own mood another day, to know themselves more and possibly receive private options for help.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.