The Journal Newsletter
Happy (almost) Halloween!
We have new writing prompts this month, and a new tip about copying your reminders to another installation of The Journal.
For those of you participating in NaNoWriMo (http://www.nanowrimo.org) next month: Good luck! I’m not participating this year, but I will be writing alongside you. =)
Thank you for using The Journal!
The Journal News
The Journal 7 is the current release.
To see if you have the latest version of The Journal:
- Click on the “Help” menu in The Journal.
- Choose “Check for Update of The Journal”.
If you are using The Journal 6 (or an earlier version):
TIP: Copying Reminders to a New User or Journal Volume
If you need to copy your reminders into a new install of The Journal, or a new user login or Journal Volume, do this:
1. Click on the “File” menu, “Export” sub-menu, and choose “Export Entries to File…”
2. Select the “Reminders” option in the list.
3. Export to either a TJEXP or TJXML file.
4. In the other install/user/Journal Volume, click on the “File” menu, “Import” sub-menu, and choose “Import Entries…” Browse to select the file you created in #3 and do the import.
NOTE: You might be tempted to use the “Export Reminders” and “Import Reminders” commands for this, but those are for exporting/importing via a CSV (comma-separated values) file to software other than The Journal.
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter: “Caramel Apples”
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter: “Fair Weather”
If you would like to contribute to the “How I Use The Journal”, “Writing Exercises”, or “Tips & Tricks” sections, or would like to submit an article about journaling, writing, or another The Journal-related topic, we would love to hear from you.
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As always, if you have any suggestions for, or bug reports about, The Journal, please feel free to email them. Both are always welcome.