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Keeping a Continuous Entry

Q. Sometimes my daily entries are quite short.  I would like to continue writing in that particular entry without starting a new entry and yet have the date of that new entry recorded.  Is there any way of doing this? A. Yes, there are ways to add to an existing entry and to…

Assigning Topics – A Powerful Benefit of JournalLife

Written April, 2007 by Ruth Folit One of the sometimes overlooked but very powerful benefits of JournalLife is that you can search journal entries by topics.  Why is this feature powerful?  By re-reading specific journal entries — or particular passages of journal entries in which you have written about a…

Prompts: Asking Good Questions

by Ruth Folit One of the things I loved to do as a kid was to look at a familiar scene–the backyard or my bedroom–and then to stand up and then bend over and look at the scene upside down with my head hanging between my knees. I loved the…

Adding Top Level Topics in JournalLife for Windows

In the Topics List—accessible in every journal entry by clicking the Topic Tab—the  topics are listed hierarchically. There are top levels, sub-topics, and sub-sub topics. You can create a “new” topic that isn’t a sub-topic, but rather a top branch topic. Here’s how: Either click the “New” button at the bottom…

How to Order Topics within the Topics List: JournalLife for Windows

Recently a customer wrote to us about how she wanted to create a particular order for the topics in her Topics List.  The Topics List automatically orders the top level topics alphabetically, and then each of the subtopics is in alphabetical order. She wanted to order her list non-alphabetically.  The solution…