Graphical mood tracking application, with insights, to show trends in your mood.
CheckIn is a mood tracking application, designed to give you insight into you. Find out what time of day you're feeling your best, what days of the week you're up or down and even how your mood changes month-to-month.
The app makes it fun, letting you select your mood with an emoji! Track your overall mood and any factors affecting your mood, such as anxiety, depression, or mania. You decide what to track, and the emoji updates to reflect the levels you're experiencing.
To help keep you safe, during a mental health crisis, CheckIn has LifeLines. These are people you trust, who will receive a text, when you report severe moods. If you want, you can even share your regular moods with them, as well.
CheckIn also provides the ability to contact multiple suicide prevention hotlines, via phone, text, or chat. Furthermore, you can create a Safety Plan and No Suicide Contract to share with your family, friends, or mental healthcare providers.
To round out the offering, the application provides a diverse listing of mental health resources. Find support to suite your needs, meditation apps, educational resources, and more. We are careful to include resources for a number of at-risk populations, such as veterans, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
CheckIn is a brand new app, still in beta testing. That means it's not quite ready for prime time. We need your feedback to make it better! Please tell us what you think, ideas for features, or even suggestions for resources to add. We want to hear it all. If you're interested in helping out, we'd also love to hear that! Send it all to CheckInAppFeedback@gmail.com.
Track your current mood by adjusting sliders.
Understand your mood better, with Insights. Discover hourly, daily, monthly, and overall trends.
See your mood history and hone in on specific dates.
Find someone to talk, chat, or text with, when you need help.
Create a plan to help keep you safe and share it with your mental health providers, family, or friends.
No Suicide Contract
Sign a pledge against self harm, then share it with family, friends, or mental health providers.
Utilize the extensive list of mental health resources to improve your wellbeing.
Configure your LifeLines, those who will be contacted when you need help. Select the factors that affect your mood.