You can use it to easily create, search, and view journal entries. Journals are stored as human-readable plain text, and can also be encrypted using AES encryption.
yesterday: is interpreted by jrnl as a timestamp. Everything until the first sentence ending (either ., ?, or !) is interpreted as the title, and the rest as the body. In your journal file, the result will look like this:
If you just call jrnl, you will be prompted to compose your entry - but you can also configure jrnl to use your external editor.
This project is made with love by the many fabulous people who have contributed. jrnl couldn't exist without each and every one of you!
Another way show support is through direct financial contributions. These funds go to covering our costs, and are a quick way to show your appreciation for jrnl.