Do you need more space?

7 Apr 2015

Over the past few months we've been working hard behind the scenes to improve Moodscope to make it as helpful as we possibly can. During that time, we have had many requests for various features/facilities that we all agree would make Moodscope a better service.

So having listened, over the next few weeks we'll be introducing a few new features.

One of the most important and enlightening features of Moodscope is the ability to add notes to your graph scores. It is this that gives you an insight in to why you may be experiencing your ups and downs and has proved invaluable to many members.'s difficult to be very detailed when you only have 200 characters if a Moodscope Lite member and 400 characters if you're a Moodscope Essential or Plus member, in which to write your notes.

So as from today, we're doubling the amount of space you have to add your notes to your daily scores. Moodscope Lite members will now have up to 400 characters and Moodscope Essential and Plus members will have up to 800 characters, enabling you to write more comprehensive annotations.

We hope it will encourage you to add more notes and create a mood diary which we know has helped so many people. And for those that don't add notes, why not give it a go. It really can help you pinpoint what it is that's causing your mood swings.

We do hope you find it helpful.

We'll be introducing another feature next week.

In the meantime, James, a Moodscope member has recommended a TED talk from Andrew Solomon.

Although it's half an hour long, James thinks it well worth watching. He says it's an eloquent and inspiring journey of coping with depression. The overriding message for him at the end of it all was hope. You can view it by following this link:

Kind regards.

Caroline Ashcroft

The Moodscope Team

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