The Journal Newsletter
Happy Holidays Everyone! Pick your favorite holiday(s), I figure, and enjoy it(them) as best you can. =)
I know I’ve been quiet this year, and you might be curious why. For those of you who aren’t especially curious, I will keep it short. 😉 In December 2016 I had to take a new job. I still have this job, and likely will for the next few years. As a result, development on The Journal slowed–but did not stop! Over the summer, some significant new features were added, and there have been a few minor updates as well (including one last week; see below for more information). Also, I will have a big announcement next month.
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Once again, I would like to thank all of you for choosing The Journal!
The Journal News
The Journal 7 is the current release.
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TIP: Drag-and-Drop to Rearrange Categories
One of the new features in The Journal 7 this year is the ability to rearrange categories in the main category tree by dragging-and-dropping. You can easily reorganize your categories, moving them in front of other categories in the list, or adding them as sub-categories.
I would say more about this new feature, but it really is that simple: Drag-and-drop to your heart’s content.
NOTE: This only applies to the category tree layout. If you use the (classic) category tabs layout, you will need to use Category Properties… (on the Category menu).
Free Writing Prompt – Write for 20 minutes using the following as your starter: “Foundation Work”
Journaling Prompt – Do you hire experts to tell you something don’t know? Or to confirm the choice you’ve already made?
Memoir Prompt – What is your favorite holiday? Which was the Best Holiday Ever?
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