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You asked for it... Tuesday February 16, 2016

When we asked you for ideas to make Moodscope even better you made some great suggestions.

Well, we have a number of improvements coming up over the next few months, but the first one we're introducing, you have asked for many times.

You've been asking for a way of contributing to Moodscope without having the commitment of a monthly subscription.

So today we've introduced a 'contribution' facility. You can now make a one-off contribution whenever you can afford it, or whenever you want to.

It allows you to contribute as little or as much as you want and it will help us keep Moodscope Lite free of charge to those that can't afford it.

If you'd like to contribute now just follow this link:

https://www.moodscope.com/contribute?mc

There's also a button on the home page for future contributions.

We'd just like to say a very big thank you in advance.

Kind regards.

Caroline Ashcroft
Moodscope

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