A group of friends commits to using an app/experiment where every group member anonymously reports how they are feeling on a scale from 1-10. Everyone sees a cumulative group score but not individual scores. The goal is to uplift the group and keep the collective score high without knowing who is pulling down the average.
When friends don't know who specifically is feeling down, they work on uplifting the entire group. As a side effect of helping an unknown friend, everyone ends up having a great day.
A way for strong/proud people to get some support even when they don't want to seem weak for complaining.
More quality time for a group of friends.
A group of friends installs an app and creates a private group within it. Every group member anonymously reports how they are feeling on a scale from 1 - 10. The app reminds them to keep the score up to date multiple times per day.
People can't see each other's scores, but they can see a cumulative average. The group's goal is to keep the cumulative score as high as possible at all times.
There should be no attempts to identify the person/reason that is bringing down the average. People are not allowed to directly ask questions in order to find out who in the group isn't feeling good. They should not know how to personalize/tailor the intervention to specific cases.
It is against the rules to tell others that you are the one who feels bad or what the reason is.
Periodically, the app provides very specific tips and suggestions on how the entire group can have fun together.