Roundup: Mood Tracking Tools

September 20, 2010

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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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