As I predicted last month, I have released an update of The Journal 4.1! The Big New Feature of The Journal 4.1 Build #237 is the option to have more than one entry on a particular date. Plus, check out this month’s writing exercises and read Diana Little’s “How I Use The Journal”.
I’m currently working on a new update of The Journal 4.1 to support a feature many of you have asked for: multiple entries on a single date. All you’ll have to do is hit F9 (Create New Entry), and you’ll have a new, blank, timestamped entry for any date, past-present-or-future. This should make The Journal even more flexible.
Even though The Journal Newsletter has been silent, there has been quite a bit of news. In May and June, I worked on a new, Windows Vista-compliant release of The Journal that came out in June. Then in July, The Journal and Steve Pavlina (of www.stevepavlina.com) teamed up to create a new add-on: Steve Pavlina’s Templates.
Nancy Custer shares how she uses The Journal to keep track of her busy life, and we have a new set of writing exercises. Plus, learn how to include your own Calendar Charms in The Journal.
Our “Tips & Tricks” this month cover the spoken word with “How to Record Audio in The Journal” and “Using The Journal with Voice Recognition Software”. And, as always, we have a new set of writing prompts.
Welcome to the New Year, 2007! Joan Korte brings us a new tip for using The Journal’s reminders, and, as always, we have a new set of writing exercises.
This month’s tip describes the “Daily/Weekly Entry Report…” and the “Batch Entry Import…” commands from the Tools menu. And, as always, Susan provides a new collection of writing prompts.
This month’s Tips & Tricks section describes how to create a simple entry template. And Susan provides a new set of writing exercises.
This month’s Tips & Tricks section provides even more details about The Journal’s new reminder features, describing the different display and popup options. Plus, Susan provides a new set of writing exercises.
This month’s Tips & Tricks section provides more details about The Journal’s new reminder features, and there is a new set of writing exercises.