Please add an option to choose for further questions only if my mood is below a certain level. Thanks .1 vote
Could you tell me the Android version that’s causing issues so I can try to reproduce and fix it?
my phone automatically upgraded to Oreo and now moodimodo just crashes instead of popping up1 vote
My heath data is on Samsung health1 vote
Recently, some reminders only show their date and not the time. It doesn't seem consistent which ones do show the time. Please make ALL reminders show the time.
Right now, if I want to make sure I'm recording the correct data I have to click on "other time or value" to check which time the reminder is asking about. Much less convenient, please restore the original functionality!1 vote
Thanks for letting me know!
Currently, daily reminders don’t show the time because they’re generally meant to cover the whole instead of a specific time. If you increase the frequency to more often than once a day, they should show the time.
Will that work for you? Or do you have multiple daily reminders for the same variable at different times? I guess I should make those show the time as well.
Will that work for you?
when I'm bombarded by notifications, I tend to just cruise through and not pay attention to any1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion!
You can go to your variables page and any variable and click “Edit”. This will allow you to change the time and frequency.
Does that work for you?
I had issues using this screen. My suggestion content was lost once I tried setting up my uservoice account and sign into it. I couldn't authenticate with the password I'd created either. Every time it switched to the next screen, QuantiModo cleared my suggestion, so I typed it twice, before giving up, and entering it directly into the website.
I suggest either resolving this behaviour, or removing the screen altogether; instead display a message advising an external website is used to receive suggestions, and; open the website in the default browser.1 vote
Thanks for letting me know, Stu! I’ll get that fixed somehow.
Allow display of Celsius or Fahrenheit in predictions via a Settings option.1 vote
What is meant by utilities?1 vote
Every time i sign into my account from another device i am prompted to set up my reminders, tracking, etc
I have already set up my account, I don't want to be asked every time I sign in.1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll add a skip button.
allow for people to add moods im the list of additional adjectives which describe the mood, i might feel sick or astonished or terrified.
just add a line with a plus mark beside it and allow people to add their own feelings to the list that has already been provided, allow us to edit and remove that would be awesome1 vote
Hi! I would love to see the history page more structured, has a journal perhaps. It that way I can use the app also has an activity- and pain journal1 vote
For those of us with mental illness, every input effects every other input - but there is no way to display a selection or all of your variables on *one* line-graph (organized by date). That would be fantastically useful, offering at-a-glance interactions between all factors.
I actually grabbed the app assuming it included exactly this function (an obvious feature if one has ever paper-graphed mental health tracking) - Is there something I've missed in the UI? I've looked everywhere...
It would be great if I could also keep track of medications and activities since that also goes along with moods. Thank- you!
Medications and activities or even lack of...makes a big difference in my moods. Throughout the day as well since I have bipolar. Thank you for being able to sync with my kindle fire 10 HD, it's the only one I have found and I greatly appreciate it!!!!1 vote
Display accumulated measurements for the selected variable for today (for example number of push ups done so far, cups of coffee etc)2 votes
When i try to clear all history or clear favourites1 vote
make peaks/lows of graphs clickable to quickly see what made me un/happy (link to my individual input)
I regularly go through my graph over time to see where I have highs and lows and would like to understand what made me happy or unhappy and with a click on the graph come to what I originally entered so I understand the why and maybe even patterns4 votes
Habitica is a gamified productivity app that allows you to set tasks, reminders, rewards etc.
It would be cool if you could track metrics from Habitica. Such as:
- Positive/negative habits
- Dailies completed or not completed
- Amount of tasks completed
- Rewards redeemed
- Maybe other stuff, I don't know.
It seems like it would be a useful benchmark of how productive you were on any given day, given any other of the factors you track here.
I hope you like my idea, thanks!1 vote
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