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Moodscope is getting better… Tuesday August 4, 2015

The Moodscope blogspot is going from strength to strength with more and more members commenting and supporting each other. There's a great community spirit and some excellent advice and shared experiences – if you haven't visited it yet, why not give it a go, I think you'll find it helpful and interesting.

But, although the blog is published here every day, if you'd like to add a comment you have to go to the Moodscope blogspot which is hosted elsewhere, which is obviously not ideal.

So, we've been working really hard and on Saturday 8th August we're launching our new blog on Moodscope.com where you'll now be able to add your comments.

Members and non-members will be able to view the new blog, but you'll only be able to comment by logging in to your Moodscope account. You can add a comment using your own name, a pseudonym or anonymously.

You'll still be able to view all the previous blogs, and over the next few months we'll be tagging the posts so that you'll be able to quickly find blogs on a subject you are interested in.

From Saturday, the daily emails will contain a link to the new blog.

We hope you find the new facility more user-friendly and for those of you who haven't visited the blog, why not come and join in the daily conversations.

Kind regards.

Caroline Ashcroft
The Moodscope Team



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