Roundup: Mood Tracking Tools

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How do you feel today? (Image by toby)

Thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s energy tool roundup. This week we’re looking for tools to help track happiness, emotions, and other mood-related things

It’s for the complete catalog we’re putting together of all the self-tracking tools out there. Please help us to make sure we include your favorite tool, your company, or your project. Self-promotion is allowed!

Here are all the mood tracking tools we’ve found so far. Please let me know what we’re missing in the comments below. 


What else?

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20 Responses to Roundup: Mood Tracking Tools

  1. bodyhacker says:

    this looks cool, but haven’t tried it out yet. it’s a PC app that quantifies mood and personality based on voice analysis
    http://www.areyoutalking2me.com/Emotionalysis.aspx
    i’d like to track everything i say using bluetooh to smartphone, into a journal, tag or automatically assign sentiment, then run correlations to location, activity, sleep (zeo), excercise (fitbit), nutrition, etc.
    perhaps have the option to share that stream (can one stream voice-to-text live?).
    would anybody have an interest in this?

  2. james says:

    moodchart.org has a free online mood chart developed by psychiatrists at George Washington University. Anonymous data is aggregated for research.

  3. Robert Jordan Entrepreneur Ideas says:

    Very cool, thanks!

  4. David says:

    HealthCentral has Mood 24/7
    (https://www.mood247.com/)

  5. Joris says:

    The emWave from Heartmat does something similar to stressreliever I believe (http://www.heartmathstore.com/category/emWave/emwave-stress-reliever)
    Stresswatch – http://www.stresswatch.com/ – but does not seem to be commercially available yet
    Moodscope – http://www.moodscope.com/

  6. Alexandra Carmichael says:

    Great links, thanks!! Keep them coming! :)

  7. Matthew Cornell says:

    A blog reader of mine runs this site: http://www.findingoptimism.com/ . As a Bipolar Type II sufferer, I am happy to see all these tools. Thanks for collecting them.

  8. Jon Cousins says:

    Thanks Alexandra, it’s really illuminating to see this list building up. Very helpful.
    Another to add to it, please, is Moodscope, which I showed to the fantastic people who attended the brand new London QS group last night. http://www.moodscope.com
    Moodscope measures and tracks your mood, then shares it with a few trusted friends (it seems to help lift mood).

  9. Alexandra Carmichael says:

    Yes, of course, thanks Jon! I don’t know how MoodScope evaded the list… :)

  10. Jon Cousins says:

    Oops. Sorry Joris. Hadn’t spotted that you’d already referenced Moodscope. Note to self: make optician appointment.

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  15. John says:

    http://www.moodtrak.com lets you track and rate your moods and also update your mood by text message

  16. Funitte says:

    http://www.mysmark.com let track your emotions -> you can create your content and tag it emotionally – you can choose from 33 emotions and share your smark on facebook or twitter…

  17. Carrie says:

    bStable is the best.

    bStable.com

  18. I just released the beta of a tool for tracking the mood of the employees for company.

    It’s still under development and I’am working hard on it, to offer a even better service.
    Maybe some of you want to give it a shot.

    https://www.company-mood.com (or .de for german)

    Best,
    Markus

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