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New Features on Mood 24/7

Submitted by on February 23, 2011 – 10:44 am2 Comments

Mood 24/7 has over 3,000 registered users and nearly 150 Medical Professionals using it, and I’m pumped that we’re pushing out some new features for our growing community of mood trackers. Here is what we’ve been up to recently:

MOBILE

charts We’ve updated our charts, so you can now log in and view your personal Mood 24/7 chart from your Smartphone or tablet, with no problems.

Mood 24/7 Mood Chart
MOOD 24/7 USER FEATURES

notes Now you can update your Mood 24/7 account from either your mobile phone or directly on the website itself. Simply log into your account online, and add your numerical mood rating and a note in the “How do you feel?” box to give an update that day. You can also click on “Add Note” anywhere on the page to add thoughts to previous days. Mood 24/7 will record the first numerical mood rating you provide each day from either the site or your phone. You choose.

User Post Note, Mood 24/7

daily averages If you update Mood 24/7 regularly, you can see which day of the week is best for you, as Mood 24/7 now takes all of your daily numerical mood ratings and averages them by day of the week. This is displayed above your mood chart.  What’s your best day?

Daily Averages, Mood 24/7

MOOD 24/7 MED PRO FEATURES

notes Now you can add notes to your patients’ Mood 24/7 accounts from the “Record a note about this patient” box when viewing their mood chart. You can also click on “Add Note” anywhere on the page to add notes to previous days. Med Pro notes show up with a stethoscope icon and a different background color from user notes, and they can only be viewed by both the doctor who wrote the note and the Mood 24/7 user. This means whatever notes are added will stay private, between doctor and patient.

Doctor Post Note, Mood 24/7

manage patients We’ve made it possible to sort through patient lists by name, latest mood rating, and latest mood rating date, so that you can take a quick scan through all of your patients at once.

Manage Patients, Mood 24/7

I’m really excited about these updates, and would love to know what you think of them.

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