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The Day One podcast brings you best practices, roadmap information, user and employee interviews, and how to get the most out of the app Day One. http://dayoneapp.com

The Day One Podcast Day One

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    • 4.6 • 50 Ratings

The Day One podcast brings you best practices, roadmap information, user and employee interviews, and how to get the most out of the app Day One. http://dayoneapp.com

    51 - 2021 Recap and small roadmap update!

    51 - 2021 Recap and small roadmap update!

    Hello! Thanks for listening to our episode today! I wanted to recap some of the main highlights for Day One this year and give a small roadmap update.
    10 Questions to Capture the Year in Your Journal
    Here are the links to help articles for items mentioned in today's episode.
    - Entry Merging
    - Timeline Sort Order
    - All-day Entries
    - Pinned Entries
    - Concealed Journals
    - Slash Commands
    - Backup and Sync options

    • 12 min
    50 - Day One is joining Automattic!

    50 - Day One is joining Automattic!

    Big news for Day One! Day One is being acquired by Automattic. This is incredibly exciting news. Today, Founder and CEO Paul Mayne discusses this new opportunity and what it means for the future of Day One!
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    • 15 min
    49 - 6.0 updates and Shortcuts with Dylan

    49 - 6.0 updates and Shortcuts with Dylan

    Greetings! Here's a brand-new ep for the Day One podcast. We are talking about 6.0 and 6.1 updates for iOS and macOS. Roadmap update for Android. And then we spend some time talking with Dylan from Oregon about shortcuts he has built to help his children build journaling habits (shortcut links below). You can find his post on Reddit here. Some require additional 3rd party services. 
    The first Shortcut just randomly chooses from the 3 Routes I’ve created so far. This is the one the kids tap to start journaling each night - Kids Journal Launcher
    Kids Journal Route 1
    Kids Journal Route 2
    Kids Journal Route 3
     
     
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    • 28 min
    48 - Here's to the close of 2020

    48 - Here's to the close of 2020

    Happy December! Adam has some updates to talk about for Android, Book Printing, and some new stuff coming to Day One. 
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    • 15 min
    47 - Widgets!

    47 - Widgets!

    Widgets for iOS 14 and macOS 11 (Big Sur) are here! Adam talks briefly on the new widgets and a couple of roadmap items. 
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    • 10 min
    46 - What's new in version 5.0 with Paul Mayne

    46 - What's new in version 5.0 with Paul Mayne

    Talking with Paul Mayne about the new Today view on iOS in version 5.0, coming soon to macOS. Highlighting the new options and how to use this feature. Paul also shares a little insight into what's next for the Day One team. 
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    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

DevildogXP ,

Convenient. Versatile. Futureproof.

I journaled a lot as a teen, during my college years and as a young working adult. But then life stuff got in the way and it was difficult finding time to put pen to paper. With the dawn of personal computers, I returned to journaling, but proprietary journaling software got in the way of saving entries. So, I struggled with returning to journaling for many years. Current methods were just too cumbersome and I couldn’t find a convenient way to work journaling into my daily life. Most importantly, I couldn’t find a journaling program that assured me that I could export everything I wrote and not have it go away if the application failed.

Enter Day One. Convenient. Versatile. Futureproof. Using Day One is as easy as setting up your journal and making entries using your mobile device of choice. Finally! A quick way to make an entry without going through a big production (unless you want to, of course). Journaling on the go is practically effortless. Using pictures in your entries is fun and easy. Pulling in social media entries is doable. And I am assured that if anything ever goes wrong with Day One, which I don’t expect will be the case, my data is backed up in the cloud and I can save to a PDF any time I want. What a revelation! You can even retroactively import written journal entries that you made in the past and convert them to text if you’d like!

Day One gets my highest recommendation. A premium subscription is without a doubt worth it and will expand your versatility a lot. This is one of the few apps I actually subscribe to, and I am very picky about doing that with any app.

Your journaling lifetime begins and ends with Day One!

Danny2Bikes ,

What is your life worth?

Not financially but emotionally. Is your life worth remembering? Mine is and I want to remember my trivial pursuits, my accomplishments, and those little a ha moments that don’t come around often enough. Day One makes all this and more possible. When I started using this amazing app I had an iPhone, a windows computer, I subscribed to the free version of the app. My point is that the phone and computer apps were seamless. One of the best features of the app is something like “what were you doing on this day in the app history?” Want to know how much you have grown? Or not? Finally, buy the premium version. It’s worth every penny!

LouRain ,

Learning so much and great support Day One

I was not a dedicated listener to podcasts until Day One. They announced the pilot and I was anxious to listen. I use Day One very day and throughout the day. I have been hooked on the podcast and am always so excited to hear what will be on a new episode.

Day One has returned me to journaling and now made me a regular podcast listener!

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