The Live section allows users to either Sense or Reflect on their day. In Sense, users are able to record their emotions, where they went, who they saw, film and television they watched, photos they took, food and drink they tasted, music they listened to, and even smells they smelled. In Reflect, users are encouraged to write a daily short journal entry. Studies have shown that letting go of feelings in a physical way (such as journaling) helps to reduce stress and anxiety.
The Remember section contains two sub-categories: Journal and Preserve. The Journal sub-category is just that: a chronological journal in which users can view entries from previous days. Also included in these entries are everything the user recorded on that day, as well as photos they uploaded. In Preserve, users can choose to either have their journal emailed to them in PDF form or purchase a custom hardcover book containing all of their journal entries.
The final, probably most important section of the app is Analyze, which is broken down into Discover and Suggestions. The Discover section informs users of how many times they recorded specific activities and how often that activity had a positive or negative imp ace on their mood. The higher the entity on the list, the more positive the effect. The Suggestions section gives users recommendations based on elements that made them happy. For example, if the user had a positive emotion association with The Goonies, the app will suggest other movies that may impact this person’s mood in a positive way.