Exist.io mood tracking in Day One
About a year ago, I signed up for Exist, a service that correlates passive data from things like Fitbits and Twitter to determine a variety of different data analytical statements about a user. The hidden gem in Exist is its mood recording feature. Each day, it sends an email asking how the day went, with a one sentence summary of why it went that way.
For one reason or another, it might be conceivable that one might stop using Exist, or at least to store moods in a more permanent location. I had no idea the amount of value I’d place on the mood rating system until I had been using it for some time. Having already expressed my love of Day One with ETD, it only made sense to build a similar tool for Exist’s mood data.
There are some caveats. This script assumes that you want to import all moods with moods and assumes you will only run the script exactly once. Unlike ETD, it will not
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