This week, I wanted to answer some common questions I get about Pacifica. Check these out below. Remember, you can always reach me at email@example.com.
Meanwhile, Dale and I have been listening to your feedback/ideas within the Communities and are hard at work on the next release. Stay tuned…
Until next week,
Designer & Co-Founder
Your Pacifica Questions
What do I get by upgrading?
A premium subscription gets you full access to Thoughts & Experiments each day. You also get additional mindfulness meditations in Relax as well as unlimited private groups.
Can I get a 7-day trial?
Yes, our monthly subscription comes with a free 7-day trial on both Android and iOS.
How do I remove Health habits?
To remove a Health habit, just swipe the row left to reveal a delete button. Health habits can always be re-added again later.
Can I customize my Health goals?
Yes, you can. From the main Health screen, just tap the gear in the upper-right corner. From here, you can set your own daily goals.
I forgot to enter my Health data yesterday. Can I still enter it?
Yes, you can. On the main Health screen, you’ll see a left arrow at the top. Tap this to move back a day (or however far back you need to go).
Can I add text note to a Mood entry?
Yes, you can. When completing a Mood entry, look for a note icon in the upper-right. Tap this to add a note describing any specifics you’d like.
Can I edit/delete Mood entries?
Yes, you can. From the Mood History view, just swipe a mood row to reveal delete and add note buttons.
Can I turn off the goal sound?
Yes, you can. Just tap the Account gear on the Home screen. Then tap NOTIFICATION SETTINGS > GOAL ALERT > Off.
You can also check our support site at help.thinkpacifica.com for common questions, discussions, and upcoming features.
This Week’s Community Playlist
We introduced the Music community this week and the response was overwhelming. Here’s a Spotify playlist we put together based on your suggestions (we’ll be doing this each week so keep posting).
This Week’s Reads
9 Things I Wish People Understood About Anxiety
by Kady Morrison at VOX
‘Coming Out’ as Anxious
by Scott Stossel at The New York Times
Mindfulness May Be As Good as Meds for Staving Off Depression
by Linda Searing at The Washington Post