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    Absolutely.
    This is a challenging one. We used to have different faces for the moods and it was great and really fun. As we started adding more moods, it took a lot longer to add them if we wanted to have matching faces for each one. We decided that, for the time being, it would be better to add new mood options faster and eliminate the faces issue until we could handle it more efficiently.

    Have you clicked the ‘Show Advanced Filters’ checkbox, yet?
    It’s not a perfect solution, but this will give you another chart that will allow you to show/hide the specific mood types, so you could include only positive or negative ones on the graph, or only a specific mood, and this would allow you to know what the smily face represents, for the time being.

    Or you can scroll down to the Data table and check…

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    Amy Cook commented  · 

    I have an idea. Rather than worry about changing the faces, change the colors. Example, moods like Happy, Great, Giggly,Engaged, etc..positive moods...make them the yellow they already are. Then the moods that are less favorable, Agitated, Mean, Angry, Disconnected, Defiant, Controlling, etc,,make them RED. Others like, Sad, Anxious, Restless, Sick, Sleepy,Spacey could be BLUE.
    I don't know?!?! Just a thought. This would give a more general idea of what the moods were for the day on the graph. Yes, the Advanced filters are a great help in showing the overall total for the time period, but it would be SO MUCH EASIER to be able to use the graph to see a quick snap shot of the "tone" of the Moods. Especially if you are trying to track a child who is going through Mood Swings! Therefore, keep the smiley face and just change the color to correspond with the mood. Just an idea Keep up the good work:)

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    Absolutely! Great idea.
    This is definitely on our list. We have a few other big things in line ahead of it that I think you’re gonna like, but we will definitely get to this after that. We will update the status here as we get closer, so you know when it’s coming.

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    You can now use the category Sensory, either in your list or accessed by using ‘Something Else’

    As you add different descriptions of sensory interventions or seeking behaviors or whatever details you are documenting, they will pre-populate.

    Then you can graph them in reports, see total counts during different periods, get a review of them sent in your weekly and monthly email summaries, and more.

    Let us know what you think and how we can make these more effective for you!

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    Great suggestion.
    We definitely understand how crucial these pieces are and what a valuable addition to the tool they will be.
    It is a big undertaking to properly implement these in a “smart” way so they can be applied to all of the different ways that people use this type of system, but we are working on it right now and it’s going to be a magnificent and empowering solution when we start to roll out these changes.
    I wish I could say we’ll have this available right away, but it’s on it’s way. Hopefully what we have is helpful to some degree without them, and I look forward to hearing how you like the solution we come up with when it becomes available.

    If there’s any way we can help with anythign else, in the interim, of course, always let us know.

    :-)

    Adam

    ~ a birdhouse owl

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