RedNotebook is a modern journal

It includes a calendar navigation, customizable templates, export functionality and word clouds. You can also format, tag and search your entries. RedNotebook is Free Software under the GPL.

 RedNotebook is an electronic journal that allows you to do much more than old-fashioned analog journals used to. As well as keeping track of your thoughts, important events and all the daily notes we make to ourselves, RedNotebook gives you other options to make your journal more interesting, more engaging and better able to keep all those daily memories as fresh as when they first happened.

This journaling software is very easy to use. Just click the New Entry button and you’ll see a window with two fields, one for a category and the other for naming your entry. Once you choose and name you’ll get a pane in which to enter your text. You can use the Insert button to add links, pictures from your own files or from the internet or take advantage of other options. You will not see images until you go to the preview function. When you are finished, just hit Save and you are done.

RedNotebook allows you to export your journal entries in text, html and latex; this means you can transfer your content to a personal online blog without having the edit the format.

You’ll be able to backup your journal entries to a zip archive and since data is stored in plain text files you do not need a database. RedNotebook has a search feature, the ability to export directly to PDF and drop and drag support to make using its features very simple. There are templates to choose from and you can add your own categories if you wish rather than use the ones included.

RedNotebook is available in over twenty languages.

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