The Mood Meter helps you identify your emotions throughout the day and supports you when you’d like to shift to a different emotion. Using the Mood Meter is quick and easy, helping you expand your emotional vocabulary and discover emotional nuances. Use the Mood Meter to: * Check-in regularly with your feelings at work, at home, anytime. * Discover what causes you to feel the way you do and see patterns in your feelings over time. * Share your emotion check-ins with a small circle of family, friends or colleagues. * Learn effective strategies to help you regulate your feelings and enhance the way you manage your life each day. Over time, you’ll develop emotional intelligence skills that can help you in all areas of life.
i downloaded this app after dr.Andrew Huberman recomanded on his chanel. is very practical with a cool design and awesome guidance to behavioural tools to help your goals. would be nice if in future updates sometype of "reminder" or "schedule" interaction would be implemented in wich the app asks you "how you feel and what you are doing" in that particular moment in a way that after a while looking into your "history detail" tab you can recognize your behavioral patterns from a more "bottom-up" process. thank you.
I love love love how I can check in with my feelings through out the day as I remember to really connect with what is going on inside of me. And being able to link my feeling to the reason deepens the connection to myself. I practice nonviolent communication (NVC) and this app aligns with the work I do. Easy to use, gives me strategies to shift my mood, and affirming to give me permission to feel. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🙌🏽🙌🏽🤩🤩🤩🙃🙃🙃🙏🏽
You probably have downloaded this application from “permission to feel”. Well utilizing RULER has never passed my mind until I started reading the book. I have been able to recognize and understand my emotions, but putting a label on them was the hard part. When I am in a bad mood I take this app out and look through the words to find what best suits my mood. By strengthening my emotional vocabulary I will have a suite of words to help label my emotions. By doing so I can effectively express them and then regulate them if need be. After inputting your emotion you are prompted to “stay or shift” and if you choose to shift it gives you a great motivational quote and advice to try to move you to a different quadrant. Such a beautiful good and a powerful tool. Thank you Marc and the developers of this application you have really helped my life out.
As an EQ/EI Practitioner, I am absolutely loving this app. Excellent way to grow my own Self-Awareness. I also recommend this app to all my clients! Thank you for this wonderful resource.
This app is great...when I remember to use it. It would be exponentially more useful if it reminded me to check in. Ideally a user would be able to choose how often and when they would like reminders, or to be able to have random reminders during the day.
I have been a huge advocate of using Mood Meter personally and in schools, and have incorporated the app in Professional Development trainings and curriculum for the past 3 years. This update has not only deleted past history, it has removed the exercise of writing down the WHY of the emotion and the HOW to shift. This step is critical in teaching self-reflection and sense of self-agency. Additionally, this new version is highly text heavy which creates an unnecessary barrier for individuals with low or resistant literacy skills. And now individuals are required to add an email address that could easily be used to find the identity of the user. The other option is to have no history for reflection. The app now feels simply like a data collection tool for Yale, and I can no longer ethically promote it in schools. Very disappointed in Yale and the researchers.
Even though I’m an adult and have done a lot of therapy, this app is so helpful. I’ve realized I default to saying the same three emotions and doing this has really helped me be more aware of how I’m feeling and has thus allowed me to better handle it. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I wish you were able to view definitions on the mood meter. Some of the words are so similar, and without really knowing what the distinctions are, it’s hard to choose wisely. You could add the definition in the mood square directly; that’d be easy for users. Otherwise I love that the app is simple, I hope it stays that way!
As a coach, I find this app helpful in self reflection and mood monitoring, trending, etc. I am using it for myself and with clients. It’s perfect for what I need. However, I would love a reminder setting built into the app where I could schedule checkin reminders for so many times a day, or at specific times of day. This would help tremendously with trending and learning your own patterns around your moods. Currently I have to use a separate app to set reminders. So maybe in a newer version?!?
I’ve been loving this app, particularly paired with the free Coursera course from Yale on managing emotions during uncertain times.