Essential Information.

10 Dec 2013

We launched Moodscope Essential two weeks ago and despite having teething problems, it is now running smoothly and is proving to be popular with many of our members, so if you're thinking of joining, now would be a great time.

We really appreciate members subscribing as it enables us to keep running, make improvements and provide Moodscope Lite to those who need it but can't afford to pay.

The feedback we've had suggests that the facility to view the graph over a longer period is the most popular feature, being particularly helpful to our members and therapists to see long-term trends. We have been asked if the new graph view is retrospective or if it starts from the day of upgrading and we're pleased to say it is retrospective, so you'll be able to view all your scores, including those you may have entered when you were on Moodscope Lite.

This was swiftly followed by how much more helpful it is to be able to write double the amount of annotations against each score. People are finding it incredibly helpful remembering what happened on a certain day that may have affected their score. Just a reminder - these comments are extremely helpful if you upgrade to Moodscope Plus as the Triggergram feature uses your annotations to produce two word clouds – one for your best days in the past 6 months, the other for your lowest days so you can identify any recurring themes.

So we're pleased we've been able to meet at least one of your requests and we are working on more improvements that will be introduced over the coming months.

We continue to receive some wonderful blog posts that we hope you are all enjoying. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of those that have submitted a post and have shared their experiences with others. We'd also like to thank all of those people who have added comments to the blog - there's a real community atmosphere building up and lots of helpful information for everyone to use and learn from.

Thanks for reading our update, here are two links to a couple of video's that may just lift your spirits:

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Moodscope members seek to support each other by sharing their experiences through this blog. Posts and comments on the blog are the personal views of Moodscope members, they are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice.

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