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Moleskine Journey

Moleskine Journey

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  • I absolutely LOVE it! Jul 8, 2020

    By Jlsw06
    This app has given me a new perspective to life. I am naturally a planner and professionally I coordinate programs and projects. So, I am inclined to organize and plan my life though I have often failed at it. This app combines many aspects of what you need in a day to feel grateful, balanced and productive. I absolutely love it. I have previously used many apps to do the same things I can now do in one. Great interface and very easy to use. I also use Timepage and together they are comprehensive. I look forward to future updates to this app and would like to see a few minor things. For example, I wish I could set days for my challenges. I like intermittent fasting but not on Sundays. So, I wish there was a way to select the days because then it would not mess up my score. I am also an Apple Pencil user (first generation) and would love to write in the journal section. However, this may be a non-factor with the upcoming Apple Scribble. I would also like widget support. Overall, this app is phenomenal and a game changer for managing yourself daily. I also like the project section and started using that section to keep track of the books I want to read in the year broken out by month, etc. I find this section fantastic for those smaller projects the pop up. This app along with my project planning and project management app completes me!
  • Apr 11, 2021

    By Desiree Lopez Ramirez
    Had it on my iOS devices. It's simply the best
  • The app I’ve wanted for years May 6, 2021

    By lianaleslie
    Without my calendar, my to-do lists and my journal, my life falls apart. Up until this point, I cobbled together a structure to support myself out of several apps. It worked, yes, but it was always obvious that it could work better. I tried several organization apps hoping that they would fulfill my needs, but all of them were disappointing. Journey is just what I’ve always hoped for! One app which displays the day’s schedule, my daily chores list, the tasks I want to do today and this week, my morning journal, my food log, my gratitude list and my most important daily goals. It sounds like it might be trying to do too much, but in practice it is perfectly streamlined and and usable. That’s because of the flexible habit system, which allows you to display and customize precisely what you find most useful. Sick of practicing gratitude or journaling? It’s really just a free-form text field that resets each day: call it whatever you want and write whatever you want in there. In the week I’ve been using Journey, I’ve taken my old, scattered systems and turned them into one easy-to-access system that’s made me much more productive. It’s well worth the subscription and the time it took to learn to use the program and rework my daily habits.
  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Daniel Maurer
    É um aplicativo incrível pois me ajuda muito a me organizar, planejar, usar o calendário, criar hábitos, criar notas e ainda usar como diário. Tem várias funções e todas elas são maravilhosas.
  • This is it!! Sep 27, 2020

    By alevinsheffield
    Truly the app I’ve been dreaming about. This is a wonderful app that centralizes so many once scattered functions, like calendar, notes, reminders, project planning etc. As long as the app continues to develop and update I could really see it becoming integrated with my day to day life and an essential tool for keeping things organized and stress free. So excited to see where the app goes. A few things: please integrate attachments into tasks more efficiently. Why should you have to edit the task in order to see your attachments? It’s really counter productive and defeats the purpose of adding attachments in the first place. Also, if you link a project to a date that date should be visible either on the projects homepage or at least once you click into a project. Not being able to view and sort your projects by date is silly and once again counterproductive. Hoping these things can get fixed and giving 5 stars because this app is still light years ahead of everyone else in terms of innovation, creativity and design. THANK YOU
  • Thanks and requests Dec 6, 2020

    By Rissahoo
    Journey is one of those magical apps that provides what I’ve been looking for for years, even though I had never quite figured out for myself what I needed. (My search for good task management started with a Palm Pilot.) This turns out to be the customizable My Day view, which shows my tasks for the day, calendars (four of them, from various sources), habits that I’m working on, and ongoing projects, all in a single view. One major thing missing, which cost the app a star, is the ability to integrate with my existing Reminders. Although Reminders has never worked for me for daily task management, I do use it for tracking long-term tasks, like changing the heater filter half-way through winter every year. Because these are long-term tasks, it’s important to me to keep them in a shared location that follows me wherever my task and calendar management wander. In the “would be nice” category, I would like the ability to exclude specific Planner events from the My Day view. Since most of my calendars are shared, they include some events that are there for other people - *I* don’t need to be reminded when my work day begins and ends each day, for example.
  • Oh how excellent! Aug 6, 2020

    By MorphingBohemian
    “Oh how excellent!”... that’s what slipped out from me when I realized what all this app does! And that’s not usual language for me! This definitely replaces my paper planner I loved and depended on for so long. It lists appointments from your calendar (or calendars...configurable) pleasingly with your reminders & tasks you set for the day. By default, this is preceded by an overarching goal or goals for the day. (I titled mine “Goals and Aspirations”...it’s all configurable.) Scrolling vertically I then see challenges (basically like a habit tracker, things like “Do the workouts”). What about Diary / Work Record you say? Next comes a text area for that with an ingenious Time-Stamp shortcut to begin your entries. You can plant Tasks and Events on future days (just like with a paper planner)! Oh, and it’s searchable!!! You’ll have to explore a little to get the hang of all of it, but it’s worth it. I sure don’t mind paying for this app. It doesn’t cost any more than my paper planners used to. I plan to depend on this one. I hope it never goes away!
  • Ultimate Solution for Planner and Diary Apr 3, 2020

    By LeHerisson 🦔
    I have been searching an app like this for years from the app store and finally I got this one. Such a perfect and ultimate solution as an all-in-one app! What I really like is that I can use a planner with to-do-list, habit tracker, diary, and note everything that I want in one app, not using several apps to do that. That’s what exactly I’ve done it with my paper planner like Francklin Planner but I really needed the digital version working and synchronizing on all my devices, Mac , iPad and iPhone. That’s why I could not use Moleskin Timepage as they only have a planner or calendar but not tasks or to-do but I am so thrilled to finally find this app. I’ve explored a lot of other apps but no others have satisfied all my needs only in one app. Greatly appreciate the team for this wonderful work and am looking forward to this app to be further developed. I will also make suggestions while using.
  • Please add time to complete a task! Mar 4, 2021

    By MauraA8
    Just downloaded and am very excited by what I’ve seen so far. Simple and intuitive, and I love being able to incorporate the journaling aspects in with the productivity sides - it is feeding both left and right brain! One area of opportunity that I feel is sorely lacking in pretty much any product in this space - give me the ability to estimate how long a task will take. Just like with any budget, time is limited so I need to not only know what time I’m going to do something, but how long it will last (event) or how long it will take to complete (task). Almost always the option is there for an event, but to truly maximize productivity I need to time-block with clear things to do in that time. It also helps to be able to have an easy to sort way to see my “10 mins or less” tasks if a meeting happens to end early. These simple adds would keep me making progress on the important tasks and not just defaulting back to checking emails. Thank you!
  • You’ve WOW’d me! Mar 31, 2021

    By Tomásito HGPez
    With the simplicity of the app; the very calming interface; the open-nature of the task lists (ie not being pigeon-holed into lists of pre-defined menu items... for expame daily tasks is wide open but with tags and setting recurring reminders a simple journal entry can be used to prompt a follow-up in reminders and a sketch is perfect for capturing ideas /concepts that you want to make visually without words... I am also super impressed that the UI is streamlined of a bazillion settings and doesn’t force integrate with actions & timeline... both which I like but found clunky to just simply jump in and use from iPhone. And there’s more! A ready to use macOS app or webOS if desired! Bravissimo Moleskine! You just won me over and I’ll be more than happy to donate the sub fee you saved me & donate it to an olive tree of your choosing🦜🛵...
  • I absolutely LOVE it! Jul 8, 2020

    By Jlsw06
    This app has given me a new perspective to life. I am naturally a planner and professionally I coordinate programs and projects. So, I am inclined to organize and plan my life though I have often failed at it. This app combines many aspects of what you need in a day to feel grateful, balanced and productive. I absolutely love it. I have previously used many apps to do the same things I can now do in one. Great interface and very easy to use. I also use Timepage and together they are comprehensive. I look forward to future updates to this app and would like to see a few minor things. For example, I wish I could set days for my challenges. I like intermittent fasting but not on Sundays. So, I wish there was a way to select the days because then it would not mess up my score. I am also an Apple Pencil user (first generation) and would love to write in the journal section. However, this may be a non-factor with the upcoming Apple Scribble. I would also like widget support. Overall, this app is phenomenal and a game changer for managing yourself daily. I also like the project section and started using that section to keep track of the books I want to read in the year broken out by month, etc. I find this section fantastic for those smaller projects the pop up. This app along with my project planning and project management app completes me!
  • Apr 11, 2021

    By Desiree Lopez Ramirez
    Had it on my iOS devices. It's simply the best
  • The app I’ve wanted for years May 6, 2021

    By lianaleslie
    Without my calendar, my to-do lists and my journal, my life falls apart. Up until this point, I cobbled together a structure to support myself out of several apps. It worked, yes, but it was always obvious that it could work better. I tried several organization apps hoping that they would fulfill my needs, but all of them were disappointing. Journey is just what I’ve always hoped for! One app which displays the day’s schedule, my daily chores list, the tasks I want to do today and this week, my morning journal, my food log, my gratitude list and my most important daily goals. It sounds like it might be trying to do too much, but in practice it is perfectly streamlined and and usable. That’s because of the flexible habit system, which allows you to display and customize precisely what you find most useful. Sick of practicing gratitude or journaling? It’s really just a free-form text field that resets each day: call it whatever you want and write whatever you want in there. In the week I’ve been using Journey, I’ve taken my old, scattered systems and turned them into one easy-to-access system that’s made me much more productive. It’s well worth the subscription and the time it took to learn to use the program and rework my daily habits.
  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Daniel Maurer
    É um aplicativo incrível pois me ajuda muito a me organizar, planejar, usar o calendário, criar hábitos, criar notas e ainda usar como diário. Tem várias funções e todas elas são maravilhosas.
  • This is it!! Sep 27, 2020

    By alevinsheffield
    Truly the app I’ve been dreaming about. This is a wonderful app that centralizes so many once scattered functions, like calendar, notes, reminders, project planning etc. As long as the app continues to develop and update I could really see it becoming integrated with my day to day life and an essential tool for keeping things organized and stress free. So excited to see where the app goes. A few things: please integrate attachments into tasks more efficiently. Why should you have to edit the task in order to see your attachments? It’s really counter productive and defeats the purpose of adding attachments in the first place. Also, if you link a project to a date that date should be visible either on the projects homepage or at least once you click into a project. Not being able to view and sort your projects by date is silly and once again counterproductive. Hoping these things can get fixed and giving 5 stars because this app is still light years ahead of everyone else in terms of innovation, creativity and design. THANK YOU
  • Thanks and requests Dec 6, 2020

    By Rissahoo
    Journey is one of those magical apps that provides what I’ve been looking for for years, even though I had never quite figured out for myself what I needed. (My search for good task management started with a Palm Pilot.) This turns out to be the customizable My Day view, which shows my tasks for the day, calendars (four of them, from various sources), habits that I’m working on, and ongoing projects, all in a single view. One major thing missing, which cost the app a star, is the ability to integrate with my existing Reminders. Although Reminders has never worked for me for daily task management, I do use it for tracking long-term tasks, like changing the heater filter half-way through winter every year. Because these are long-term tasks, it’s important to me to keep them in a shared location that follows me wherever my task and calendar management wander. In the “would be nice” category, I would like the ability to exclude specific Planner events from the My Day view. Since most of my calendars are shared, they include some events that are there for other people - *I* don’t need to be reminded when my work day begins and ends each day, for example.
  • Oh how excellent! Aug 6, 2020

    By MorphingBohemian
    “Oh how excellent!”... that’s what slipped out from me when I realized what all this app does! And that’s not usual language for me! This definitely replaces my paper planner I loved and depended on for so long. It lists appointments from your calendar (or calendars...configurable) pleasingly with your reminders & tasks you set for the day. By default, this is preceded by an overarching goal or goals for the day. (I titled mine “Goals and Aspirations”...it’s all configurable.) Scrolling vertically I then see challenges (basically like a habit tracker, things like “Do the workouts”). What about Diary / Work Record you say? Next comes a text area for that with an ingenious Time-Stamp shortcut to begin your entries. You can plant Tasks and Events on future days (just like with a paper planner)! Oh, and it’s searchable!!! You’ll have to explore a little to get the hang of all of it, but it’s worth it. I sure don’t mind paying for this app. It doesn’t cost any more than my paper planners used to. I plan to depend on this one. I hope it never goes away!
  • Ultimate Solution for Planner and Diary Apr 3, 2020

    By LeHerisson 🦔
    I have been searching an app like this for years from the app store and finally I got this one. Such a perfect and ultimate solution as an all-in-one app! What I really like is that I can use a planner with to-do-list, habit tracker, diary, and note everything that I want in one app, not using several apps to do that. That’s what exactly I’ve done it with my paper planner like Francklin Planner but I really needed the digital version working and synchronizing on all my devices, Mac , iPad and iPhone. That’s why I could not use Moleskin Timepage as they only have a planner or calendar but not tasks or to-do but I am so thrilled to finally find this app. I’ve explored a lot of other apps but no others have satisfied all my needs only in one app. Greatly appreciate the team for this wonderful work and am looking forward to this app to be further developed. I will also make suggestions while using.
  • Please add time to complete a task! Mar 4, 2021

    By MauraA8
    Just downloaded and am very excited by what I’ve seen so far. Simple and intuitive, and I love being able to incorporate the journaling aspects in with the productivity sides - it is feeding both left and right brain! One area of opportunity that I feel is sorely lacking in pretty much any product in this space - give me the ability to estimate how long a task will take. Just like with any budget, time is limited so I need to not only know what time I’m going to do something, but how long it will last (event) or how long it will take to complete (task). Almost always the option is there for an event, but to truly maximize productivity I need to time-block with clear things to do in that time. It also helps to be able to have an easy to sort way to see my “10 mins or less” tasks if a meeting happens to end early. These simple adds would keep me making progress on the important tasks and not just defaulting back to checking emails. Thank you!
  • You’ve WOW’d me! Mar 31, 2021

    By Tomásito HGPez
    With the simplicity of the app; the very calming interface; the open-nature of the task lists (ie not being pigeon-holed into lists of pre-defined menu items... for expame daily tasks is wide open but with tags and setting recurring reminders a simple journal entry can be used to prompt a follow-up in reminders and a sketch is perfect for capturing ideas /concepts that you want to make visually without words... I am also super impressed that the UI is streamlined of a bazillion settings and doesn’t force integrate with actions & timeline... both which I like but found clunky to just simply jump in and use from iPhone. And there’s more! A ready to use macOS app or webOS if desired! Bravissimo Moleskine! You just won me over and I’ll be more than happy to donate the sub fee you saved me & donate it to an olive tree of your choosing🦜🛵...

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  • I absolutely LOVE it! Jul 8, 2020

    By Jlsw06
    This app has given me a new perspective to life. I am naturally a planner and professionally I coordinate programs and projects. So, I am inclined to organize and plan my life though I have often failed at it. This app combines many aspects of what you need in a day to feel grateful, balanced and productive. I absolutely love it. I have previously used many apps to do the same things I can now do in one. Great interface and very easy to use. I also use Timepage and together they are comprehensive. I look forward to future updates to this app and would like to see a few minor things. For example, I wish I could set days for my challenges. I like intermittent fasting but not on Sundays. So, I wish there was a way to select the days because then it would not mess up my score. I am also an Apple Pencil user (first generation) and would love to write in the journal section. However, this may be a non-factor with the upcoming Apple Scribble. I would also like widget support. Overall, this app is phenomenal and a game changer for managing yourself daily. I also like the project section and started using that section to keep track of the books I want to read in the year broken out by month, etc. I find this section fantastic for those smaller projects the pop up. This app along with my project planning and project management app completes me!
  • Apr 11, 2021

    By Desiree Lopez Ramirez
    Had it on my iOS devices. It's simply the best
  • The app I’ve wanted for years May 6, 2021

    By lianaleslie
    Without my calendar, my to-do lists and my journal, my life falls apart. Up until this point, I cobbled together a structure to support myself out of several apps. It worked, yes, but it was always obvious that it could work better. I tried several organization apps hoping that they would fulfill my needs, but all of them were disappointing. Journey is just what I’ve always hoped for! One app which displays the day’s schedule, my daily chores list, the tasks I want to do today and this week, my morning journal, my food log, my gratitude list and my most important daily goals. It sounds like it might be trying to do too much, but in practice it is perfectly streamlined and and usable. That’s because of the flexible habit system, which allows you to display and customize precisely what you find most useful. Sick of practicing gratitude or journaling? It’s really just a free-form text field that resets each day: call it whatever you want and write whatever you want in there. In the week I’ve been using Journey, I’ve taken my old, scattered systems and turned them into one easy-to-access system that’s made me much more productive. It’s well worth the subscription and the time it took to learn to use the program and rework my daily habits.
  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Daniel Maurer
    É um aplicativo incrível pois me ajuda muito a me organizar, planejar, usar o calendário, criar hábitos, criar notas e ainda usar como diário. Tem várias funções e todas elas são maravilhosas.
  • This is it!! Sep 27, 2020

    By alevinsheffield
    Truly the app I’ve been dreaming about. This is a wonderful app that centralizes so many once scattered functions, like calendar, notes, reminders, project planning etc. As long as the app continues to develop and update I could really see it becoming integrated with my day to day life and an essential tool for keeping things organized and stress free. So excited to see where the app goes. A few things: please integrate attachments into tasks more efficiently. Why should you have to edit the task in order to see your attachments? It’s really counter productive and defeats the purpose of adding attachments in the first place. Also, if you link a project to a date that date should be visible either on the projects homepage or at least once you click into a project. Not being able to view and sort your projects by date is silly and once again counterproductive. Hoping these things can get fixed and giving 5 stars because this app is still light years ahead of everyone else in terms of innovation, creativity and design. THANK YOU
  • Oh how excellent! Aug 6, 2020

    By MorphingBohemian
    “Oh how excellent!”... that’s what slipped out from me when I realized what all this app does! And that’s not usual language for me! This definitely replaces my paper planner I loved and depended on for so long. It lists appointments from your calendar (or calendars...configurable) pleasingly with your reminders & tasks you set for the day. By default, this is preceded by an overarching goal or goals for the day. (I titled mine “Goals and Aspirations”...it’s all configurable.) Scrolling vertically I then see challenges (basically like a habit tracker, things like “Do the workouts”). What about Diary / Work Record you say? Next comes a text area for that with an ingenious Time-Stamp shortcut to begin your entries. You can plant Tasks and Events on future days (just like with a paper planner)! Oh, and it’s searchable!!! You’ll have to explore a little to get the hang of all of it, but it’s worth it. I sure don’t mind paying for this app. It doesn’t cost any more than my paper planners used to. I plan to depend on this one. I hope it never goes away!
  • Ultimate Solution for Planner and Diary Apr 3, 2020

    By LeHerisson 🦔
    I have been searching an app like this for years from the app store and finally I got this one. Such a perfect and ultimate solution as an all-in-one app! What I really like is that I can use a planner with to-do-list, habit tracker, diary, and note everything that I want in one app, not using several apps to do that. That’s what exactly I’ve done it with my paper planner like Francklin Planner but I really needed the digital version working and synchronizing on all my devices, Mac , iPad and iPhone. That’s why I could not use Moleskin Timepage as they only have a planner or calendar but not tasks or to-do but I am so thrilled to finally find this app. I’ve explored a lot of other apps but no others have satisfied all my needs only in one app. Greatly appreciate the team for this wonderful work and am looking forward to this app to be further developed. I will also make suggestions while using.
  • You’ve WOW’d me! Mar 31, 2021

    By Tomásito HGPez
    With the simplicity of the app; the very calming interface; the open-nature of the task lists (ie not being pigeon-holed into lists of pre-defined menu items... for expame daily tasks is wide open but with tags and setting recurring reminders a simple journal entry can be used to prompt a follow-up in reminders and a sketch is perfect for capturing ideas /concepts that you want to make visually without words... I am also super impressed that the UI is streamlined of a bazillion settings and doesn’t force integrate with actions & timeline... both which I like but found clunky to just simply jump in and use from iPhone. And there’s more! A ready to use macOS app or webOS if desired! Bravissimo Moleskine! You just won me over and I’ll be more than happy to donate the sub fee you saved me & donate it to an olive tree of your choosing🦜🛵...
  • Very cool and unique, lots of options Jan 16, 2021

    By AmyB8484
    Update: love, love, love the new colored themes! I’m updating my review now that I’ve been using this app for a few months. It has really changed my life. At first I thought it would just be cool for journaling, but instead I ended up using it as a to-do app, planner, and habit and goal tracker. I’ve never managed to stick to a to-do app for this long. One reason is that it’s so visually pleasing and it gives you SO many options about how you want it to look. It’s great for a creative and/or visually-oriented person. It has so many possibilities because it’s so customizable. It really lets you set up your own system. I love that you can put a task, a link, a picture, or text, because there’s so much more you can do with it than the average to-do app. There are a few small things I wish were different, but they’re not a big enough deal to affect my rating. I wish you could attach a project to Today indefinitely, so it’ll show up every day on your list without you having to attach it manually every day. And I wish you could give a task subtasks. That’s about it. Overall great app. I hope it never goes away.
  • Ecstatic to have everything under one roof Mar 10, 2020

    By Aquitaine49
    I am so happy to be able to sit with my coffee in the morning and get an overview of what I am doing, what I need to do, what I’d like to do and jot down how I feel about it all! I don’t need a complicated system and this is not. Taking awhile to figure out how to use options within Groups. I also asked the developer for a printing functionality. I like to keep a hard paper journal and would like this option. The best ever for me! Can’t wait for upgrades. Oh and I never subscribe right out of the gate. I did for Moleskin!
  • Thanks and requests Dec 6, 2020

    By Rissahoo
    Journey is one of those magical apps that provides what I’ve been looking for for years, even though I had never quite figured out for myself what I needed. (My search for good task management started with a Palm Pilot.) This turns out to be the customizable My Day view, which shows my tasks for the day, calendars (four of them, from various sources), habits that I’m working on, and ongoing projects, all in a single view. One major thing missing, which cost the app a star, is the ability to integrate with my existing Reminders. Although Reminders has never worked for me for daily task management, I do use it for tracking long-term tasks, like changing the heater filter half-way through winter every year. Because these are long-term tasks, it’s important to me to keep them in a shared location that follows me wherever my task and calendar management wander. In the “would be nice” category, I would like the ability to exclude specific Planner events from the My Day view. Since most of my calendars are shared, they include some events that are there for other people - *I* don’t need to be reminded when my work day begins and ends each day, for example.
  • Please add time to complete a task! Mar 4, 2021

    By MauraA8
    Just downloaded and am very excited by what I’ve seen so far. Simple and intuitive, and I love being able to incorporate the journaling aspects in with the productivity sides - it is feeding both left and right brain! One area of opportunity that I feel is sorely lacking in pretty much any product in this space - give me the ability to estimate how long a task will take. Just like with any budget, time is limited so I need to not only know what time I’m going to do something, but how long it will last (event) or how long it will take to complete (task). Almost always the option is there for an event, but to truly maximize productivity I need to time-block with clear things to do in that time. It also helps to be able to have an easy to sort way to see my “10 mins or less” tasks if a meeting happens to end early. These simple adds would keep me making progress on the important tasks and not just defaulting back to checking emails. Thank you!
  • Really want this to work, but so slow :( Apr 22, 2021

    By carolicious74
    Ever since I discovered this app, I’ve been dreaming of the potential it could reach! Amazing features and flexibility that I think we’ve all been looking for but couldn’t find in all the other similar apps out there. It seriously could be so incredible if it weren’t for the constant bugs and the slow loading and syncing times. These issues prevent me from being able to rely on Journey and it makes me really sad since I really want to be able to use this as my primary task and journaling app to organize my chaotic life. I haven’t given up on it yet though, so please, keep continuing to develop and make improvements - especially in regards to the loading speed! Thanks!
  • Journal window needs to expand Nov 17, 2020

    By Ramin2019
    I really love this application. After trying so many different apps, I was looking for one that combines everything (task, planner, notes, journalizing etc) and this has it all! One recommendation would be that for journalizing and creative writing, the notes window needs to expand. Right now it appears in the middle and I’m distracted by the other features of the app while taking notes (calendar, sidebar). When journalizing and creating writing, the note window should be the only thing visible on the screen so that you can think and write without any distractions on the screen. Journalizing, creative writing, note taking; would be a better experience once this feature has been updated :)
  • Useful, but bugs... Dec 20, 2020

    By A1452
    I really do like this app — I haven’t regretted my subscription and purchase. I actually think I might be using this app a year from now. The first of two improvements I really want (and the reason I didn’t give it 5 stars) is that missed recurring tasks are neither automatically deleted nor piled onto the next day. I have to manually address each task and then worry about whether the adjustment to recurrence took effect. Seriously, this app could use a tip from Moleskine Actions. Second, I want to change the assignment pattern for my challenges. I made a mistake in assigning one, and there’s no way to adjust it. Keep it up, Moleskine!
  • I really want to love it Apr 17, 2020

    By nyerish_
    I love the concept behind this entire app. I love the idea of having so much functionality and organization in one, central place. However, the amount of glitching is driving me crazy. Maybe this is just a temporary thing, and I’ll try to stick it out, but it definitely needs to be fixed. Another issue I’ve had is that some of the functionality of the features is kind of unclear. It took me embarrassingly long to figure out that the challenges were habit trackers, and I would much prefer it if they could all be grouped together. Also it’d be nice to have a bit more options with it, like to set specific days or amount of times you want to complete it in certain time frames. And for some real icing on the cake, I’d love to have the option to track my water and have it add data to the health app. As for the tasks, I think I’d like it better if it was combined with projects, and I really wish it had a working option to set some tasks to be recurring. On another note, I’m not 100% sure what to use the goals for, and I’d appreciate some clarify on that. Finally, please please please make a watch app! It really would make my day.
  • Promising combination, but several pitfalls Apr 22, 2020

    By Emmi Wills
    I really like the concept and design of Moleskine Journey and wish I could keep using it, but I won’t for the following reasons: - subscription-only: I see that the developers need to earn their money, but a business model as employed in Agenda (you pay every 12 months but get to keep the features you paid for if you stop paying) would be great; also, the subscription price is too high for what it is - the subscription-only model becomes even more problematic because Journey effectively locks your data in the app - the export functions don’t cover a lot of ground and it is virtually impossible to bulk-export your entries. Imagine the situation you’re in if you ever decide to abandon the app after entering a lot of information into it! - internet-only: iCloud-syncing is nice, but it’s problematic that you need internet access to both write and read any of you entries; makes it impossible to edit on trips abroad without internet or in the countryside Overall, I like it a lot but feel locked in a business-model and data-format that does not seem future-proof to me.
  • Needs integration with Timepage etc, export, better faq Sep 25, 2020

    By Thaumata
    I normally subscribe annually to DayOne for journaling and so far Journey just doesn’t hold up. It feels clunky to add links to my post, for example. It doesn’t integrate with other moleskin apps like actions or Timepage, and I didn’t see enough info about how it syncs posts or how to export my data all at once. You can’t create multiple journals and the todo lists are kind of sub-list based which means a lot of clicking through to get to the meat. It feels like moleskine is trying too hard to get the yoga mom crowd and putting functionality second. I’ll give it a miss.

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