What's new in LifeJournal 3?

Journaling Wisdom injects new ideas and new energy into your journal writing. Listen to the voices of top experts imparting their journaling wisdom—within your own journal!

New Themes gives you a choice of more than a dozen themes--and you can create your own background--photos or other images.

Add-Ons—Since we each keep journals for different reasons, your journal should suit your needs. First start with a “base” programs of LifeJournal3. Then add on the specialized content necessary to make the program suit your needs. Here's the list, with associated author:

Writers -- Sheila Bender
    Creativity -- Dr. Eric Maisel
Spirituality -- Mark Matousek
Emotional Balance -- Dr. Beth Jacobs
Christian -- Dr. Bob Climko
    Educators -- Kathy Larson
Staying Sober--Dr. Dennis Daley

Templates are entries that lets you ask the same set of questions (such as, what's the high point of your day? the low point? what are you grateful for?) It's a great way to compare your answers over time. There are default templates included and you can create your own easily.

Start up sounds Some of us instantly snap into journaling mode when we hear the LifeJournal start up sound. But, if you’d rather no start-up music, or hear a tune from your computer, you can now start your journaling with you own choice.

Timeline now lets you display any/all of your journal entries. Better navigation, more flexibility.

A new set of prompts called Personal History accessible from Timeline help you get started on your memoir.

Post selected entries directly to your WordPress blog directly from LifeJournal 3.

Printing just got more flexible! Now you can print a Table of Contents when you print out journal entries. Or, print out your Topics List or the Timeline.

Export into PDF format now, as well as previously allowable formats html, rtf, and txt

Write your entries in any (Unicode-based) language, which includes such languages as Spanish, French, German, Italian, Greek, Arabic, Cyrillic, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Portuguese, Italian, Hebrew-- but doesn’t include Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

Assigning Topics to Passages in different colors by top level topic

More Journaling Techniques teaches you how to expand your journal writing.

More Journal Types are allowed, no longer limited to six.

Discounted membership to International Association of Journal Writing—buy LJ3 or upgrade from LJ2 and get a 20% discount to membership from the IAJW.

Bug fixes: Keyboard shortcuts
Merging two writers with different names, with known passwords