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Track your Wellbeing

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Measure your wellbeing using our Track feature, designed by specialist clinical psychologists and validated by expert statisticians.


Using the Track feature allows you to capture the core areas of wellbeing and helps identify those that need the most attention. Tracking your mood helps you measure your progress, spot trends and make informed choices about how to boost your mental wellbeing.

⚠️ Please note ⚠️
It is only possible to complete a Wellbeing tracker once every two weeks.

Getting started 👶

To access the Wellbeing section, click on the Track button located at the bottom right of your screen. If you're using the desktop version, you can find it in the top middle instead.

Once you've clicked on Track, look for the Get started button within the Wellbeing section.


You will be taken through a series of questions designed to measure the core areas of your wellbeing such as, Health, Happiness, Connection and Fulfilment. 

The scores 🧪

Designed by clinical psychologists, our assessment measures seven core areas of wellbeing to help you identify those that need the most attention.

Your scores are benchmarked against population averages, powered by data from a scientific study run in collaboration with the University of Cambridge.


Your wellbeing assessment will display 7 scores organized into low, mid, and high ranges. These scores are divided into seven sections, each representing a different core area of your wellbeing.


We'd encourage you to use your scores to reflect on your mental wellbeing and to help inform any changes you'd like to make in order to boost this. 

Recommendations 👉

To help you decide where to focus your attention, the Wellbeing Tracker will give you personalised recommendations for each of the core areas of your wellbeing.

To access your recommendations, simply click on the section you'd like to read.


Tracking your results 👀

Under the scores by sections, you will see a graph that shows the trend of your overall score over the last 3 months, compared to the population average.

This graph will only be visible if you have completed at least 2 Wellbeing Trackers in the last 3 months. 


If you have any feedback about this, find out how to get in touch with us here.

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