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Mood History Help

If you are using Classic Charts, follow the directions below:

The system lets you enter one record per day. Using the "Account Settings" screen you can customize your data entry with the following settings:
  • One mood rating per day.
  • Two moods per day (morning and evening mood).
  • Two moods per day (base mood and optional mixed mood).
Hints and Tips:
  • When you answer "Yes" to the Medication Taken question, you are indicating that you have followed the medication plan prescribed by your caregiver.  This plan can be stored in MoodTracker under your Medication History.
  • When you include a Mood Journal Entry, you are storing information that can be searched at a later date.  For example, you could journal your doctor appointments using your doctor's name. Now you can find all of your doctor appointments by searching for your doctor's name using MoodTracker's journal entry search.

A. Enter a New Mood Record
  1. Click on "My Account".
  2. Click on "Mood History".
  3. Click on "Enter a New Mood Record".
  4. Fill out the form.
  5. Click "Save Mood Record" to create the record.

B. Edit a Mood Record
  1. Click on "My Account".
  2. Click on "Mood History".
  3. Click on the "Edit" icon or the Date of the entry you want to edit.
  4. Make any necessary changes to your information.
  5. Click "Update Mood Record" to update your record.

C. Delete a Mood Record
  1. Click on "My Account".
  2. Click on "Mood History".
  3. Click the "Delete" icon on the row associated with the record you want to delete.
  4. Click on "OK" to confirm you want to delete the selected record.

D. Search Records (Mood)
  1. Click on "My Account".
  2. Click on "Mood History".
  3. Choose the Time Frame and Year.
  4. Click "Search".

E. Search Records (Journal)
  1. Click on "My Account".
  2. Click on "Mood History".
  3. Click on the "Journal" tab.
  4. Choose the Time Frame, Year, and enter words in the Search Journal box.
  5. Click "Search".

Hints and Tips:
  • The Search Journal field lets you find any word in your Journal Entries.  If you provide more than one word, the search will rank the results with the best results at the top.