Create and manage moods

Default Moods

Daylio offers 5 basic moods. You can edit those, to change emoji and name. You can also change the emoji colors and emoji style. See below how to edit mood.

ℹī¸ Tip from Pros

It's always better to start with 5 moods which will make flow simple and speedy. If you add too many moods too early, the form might get complicated and defeat its purpose. You can always add moods later.

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Creating New Custom Moods

You can add as many moods as you want, but please bear in mind that they are saved under the 5 default mood categories.

There are two ways to create a new mood:

  1. During adding the entry, on the entry form, tap on the Edit Moods button to create or edit moods.
  2. In More > Edit Moods

Here, you can choose from emojis the best for expressing your state of mind. You can name it as you wish and in case this is not enough; you can enjoy more than 300 diverse emojis in the Premium version.

Your custom emojis can be reordered and even moved to another mood category.

If you wish to change their color go to More > Change Colors. Here you can pick from curated color themes or select your custom colors.

Creating or Editing Mood 👇

Change Emoji Theme đŸ‘‡

Change colors đŸ‘‡

Using Custom Moods

This is how your new mood is displayed – as a subsection under the main mood. You can add as many moods as you want, but please bear in mind that they are saved under the 5 default mood categories.

When you are entering your data your newly created mood emojis will be displayed under the main moods. You need to first press the three dots under the main mood and after that, you are free to pick your newly created mood.

Deleting Moods

You can only delete custom moods. Default moods can be only edited. When you are deleting mood please take into consideration that all your entries related to this mood will be replaced by the default mood in the category.

ℹī¸ Tip from Pros

No matter how many moods you have, or how many categories you can always access Stats created specifically for each Mood. Just go to the Stats screen and tap on the Mood.

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