SEATTLE, March 9, 2023 (Newswire.com) - B612 Inc. announces Mynd, a new journaling app for self-care. It gives users new ways to understand their emotions, thoughts, and daily experiences. Pop it open on any device to begin a journal entry. Users can write their feelings, musings, and observations for the day and get instant feedback from the app. Mynd is designed with features to help its users gain clarity on their thoughts. The app processes a user's writing to build a visual map revealing common phrases, emotions, and offers suggestions on how several entries are connected over time. The more they write, the clearer picture Mynd can show them.
Journaling is a powerful tool for enhancing well-being. By journaling, people can allow themselves to tackle problems privately and keep a record of their thoughts. Over time, journaling helps build greater self-awareness and enables people to notice patterns to understand what triggers them and find ways to manage them effectively. It can also reveal a whole lot about a person - their character, identity, needs, dreams, things that make them feel loved or what they feel ashamed about - all buried in a vault of pages.
That's how Mynd was born. B612, the Seattle-based team behind Mynd, developed this idea to bring the value of journaling one level further. Using AI, Mynd sifts through a user's journal entries to distill helpful information such as keywords, themes, and a quick summary with the aim to augment their personal reflections.
"We're not trying to change the way you journal, we're giving you extra tools that regular journaling can't. For many people, journaling helps them get to know themselves better. With Mynd, we take all those separate journal entries and help you turn them into a story of who you are." - Bobby Davis, Product Designer, B612.
There are four key features of Mynd:
- Key Insights: Users get immediate insights directly from their journal entries as they write. Mynd will identify keywords, themes, and emotions to help them gain a deeper understanding of a moment or experience.
- Emotional Productivity: Users can become more productive with their reflections. Mynd identifies thought patterns and recurring themes from journal entries in just seconds, giving them new insights and a road to greater self-awareness.
- See the Big Picture: Users can notice how their thoughts change over time. Mynd makes it easier to start asking new questions and take personal reflection further by showing how thoughts and emotions have evolved, month after month, year after year.
- Save It for Later: Users can go at their own pace even when life gets busy. Mynd simplifies things for users having to manage everything in their mind or having thoughts sprawled out on countless pieces of paper or note-taking apps. Mynd becomes a partner in self-discovery and personal growth.
"We believe today's solutions for self-care fall short at solving what is inherently a universal problem and believe that better is possible. B612 is on a mission to build universal tools for self-care. Mynd offers a new pathway for people to try and get started with self-exploration at their own pace." - Bertrand Vacherot, Founder & CEO, B612
Mynd removes the manual and tedious work required to connect events with emotions in standard journaling. Typically, users have to wait for that "breakthrough" moment. Mynd gets them there faster. It's the same journaling practice but with improved capabilities. Customers can sign-up to get on the waitlist as the B612 team works to launch Mynd for desktop and mobile in late 2023.
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About B612, Inc.
Launched in August 2020, Seattle-based B612, Inc. designs new tools for self-care for the well-being of humankind. Its products to date include Rose, an immersive kiosk to help people unwind and be present, and now Mynd, a revolutionary journaling app powered by AI to help people better understand who they are. For more information, visit https://b612.so.
Mynd Video: https://youtu.be/zNb4BbFUMWM
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Original Source: New App, Mynd, Turns Ordinary Journaling Into an Interactive Tool for Self-Reflection and Personal Development Using AI