https://youtu.be/2tJE7bsbaQw A look at the new On This Day feature in DayOne 2.0.
Unfortunately, this isn't an update. It's a new app (iOS & Mac). It will be released February 4th with a 50% discount the first week. The original Day One app will continue to be supported. New features include multiple journals and multiple photos in a single journal entry. I look forward to tagging multiple entries at a… Continue reading Day One 2 Preview
Having even a transcription of an ancestor's personal journal is a blessing to any family historian. It gives us a picture of the person and the world surrounding him that no amount of vital records can provide. Should we also have letters and photos along with the journal, ecstasy ensues. Considering how precious we find… Continue reading Journaling in a Digital World
Why is it that even as we move further and further away from paper, we still look at things as "paper bound". Take the journal. What is the first image that comes to mind when you think of a journal? A leather-bound book and fountain pen? A sketchbook and pencil? Today's journal is more likely… Continue reading Journaling in the 21st Century
Day One's export feature is available on both the Mac and iOS apps and makes it easy to build books from selected entries. Here's a look at the export process on the iPad.
Is Day One included in the Share menu on your Mac and iOS devices? It's a great way to grab news items and other ephemera to add to your journal.
Not only does Day One protect your private entries, it also makes it easy to share selected entries in a number of ways. Here's how.
When I hear someone rant about how email is destroying the personal letter or the disappearance of cursive handwriting in the digital age, I just smile. Thanks to technology - and particularly the app phone with its still/video camera - we'll leave behind a rich view of our world and our place in it. I… Continue reading Updated: Capture Your World in Your Journal