Happy Holidays! And a slightly-belated Happy Thanksgiving!
Use The Journal this holiday season for everything from wish lists to shopping lists, dinner plans to snap shots, and more! And if you’re the kind of person who gives software as a gift, The Journal is good for that too. =)
Happy Halloween Seasons Greeting! In this month’s “How I Use The Journal,” Alan Brooks tells us how he uses The Journal for his historical research. This month’s tip tells you how to stop The Journal from starting with Windows (and could be useful for removing other software from Windows startup, as well). Plus, we have a new set of writing prompts.
How You Can Help Support The Journal First, Thank You If you have purchased any version of The Journal (and/or upgraded to the latest version), you have my everlasting gratitude. You can forever tell me, “I bought The Journal” and get me to smile. Even if you’re reporting a bug. =) Thank you for your […]
There is a new update of The Journal 7 available. Check “The Journal News” below for details.
This month’s tip describes The Journal’s extended security features, and we have a new set of writing prompts.
Speaking of writing prompts, I’ve added “Random Prompt” widgets to The Journal’s web page to serve up random free writing, journaling and memoir prompts at the click of a mouse.
Primary benefits of this update:
* The Journal’s Extended Security features are now available to all users. Check them out in User Preferences, on the “Security” tab.
* Additional enhancements for using The Journal 7 on a tablet.