extension ExtPose

QuantiModo

Description from extension meta

Better living through data.

Image from store QuantiModo
Description from store - Easily track mood, symptoms, or any outcome you want to optimize in a fraction of a second - Add notes with your ratings - Create reminders to track treatments, symptoms, emotions, diet, physical activity and anything else that could influence your outcome of interest - Import your data from over 30 other apps and devices like - Analyze your data to identify which hidden factors are most likely to be influencing your mood or symptoms and their optimal daily values - View mood trends helping to identify triggers for symptoms and identify the potential effects of treatments - Export and email your data to your healthcare provider - Create and publish studies using your data or aggregated user data - Search for predictors and see the most significant factors influencing your conditions and their optimal daily values - Make informed changes and optimize your life!

Latest reviews

  • (2019-10-13) Kristina K: Obviously a good idea, and I think it would be good. If it would work. It seems kind of messy, and whenever I try to add a new variable, for example if I would add a food, and then try to add a symptom, it doesn't give me symptoms to add. Just foods. It stays there and I can't add anything else besides foods even when I click add symptom.
  • (2019-03-15) It is a great extension. Impressive and definitely has a lot of potential. I suppose it might be more attractive if it could be simpler and easier. Perhaps convert it to many small applications?
  • (2017-09-30) Magnus Persson: Since I cannot sync anything (like FitBit, Nokia Health, Google Fit) with the app in the free version, I cannot even decide if I want to pay for it...
  • (2017-03-28) Michael Neumann: This app is still in the early stages, but is already the best mood tracking app I have found on the market. I was looking for something to track my mood trends, and it had to also work on the web. (iOS apps help too). I have a bad habit of needing new phones on a regular basis. This app/website/solutions was the first (and only) answer to that problem. But it does so much more. It includes mood tracking (good if you wonder if there is a trend in your moods), medication tracking, symptom tracking (pain, anxiety, the list goes on) and so much more. It's very good for those living with any number of mental and physical diseases. In my world, more information is always better. This could help you and your care team (docs, homeopathic care professionals, and more) find trends for your problems. It also integrates with so many other tools (Fitbit, Facebook, instagram and more) and I can see it just getting better. So while it is in it's opening stages, please try it out. Take the moment to learn. If you have feedback, talk to Mike. I have been and he has been amazing at making the app even better and more usable for me. He is open to tweaking it to make it the best possible
  • (2017-03-04) Paul Tyshevskyi: Tracker is great for anyone interested in such activity. Although, it would be great if it worked slightly faster – it's definitely made for Android, so maybe there is no need in such "heavy" app for Chrome? Anyway, if you're hesitating, give it a try.
  • (2015-10-07) Mitul Golakiya: Great Traker

Latest issues

  • (2017-08-26, v:2.7.719) Lorraine Faugno: fitbit
    can fitbit loaded on chromebook

Statistics

Installs
136 history
Category
Fun
Rating
3.4 (17 votes)
Last update / version
2020-02-13 / 2.10.212
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