Another one interesting for power users is journal (https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/) Which allows to store daily notes or one-off quite quickly. Support asking questions and such. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
I want jrnl, which is GPLv3 and first released in 2013, to be on Debian. It is not there on flathub either. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
I tried [jrnl](https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/) but got confused with adding entries in different config files. I love the idea that I can type jrnl or a short command and add a note but im looking for something with more features. - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
Jrnl, a simple command line journal application. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
Python journal: https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
I would like to draw your attention to another journaling tool, for the command line, with the same name: https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/. - Source: Reddit / 12 months ago
A bit of a techy solution that I guess won't fit most people, but I use jrnl, a command-line tool. This essentially saves your entries in a text file, making it easy to search for specific words. This tool also has various other functionalities, like tagging entries, filtering by date etc. In order to back up the text file I scheduled a script to run daily and push the file changes onto Github, which works really... - Source: Reddit / 12 months ago
I use JRNL and really like it. https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
Hardly unknown, but I have a nice workflow with https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
a few months ago, some folks on HN pointed me at https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
I think jrnl may be exactly what you're looking for. You can do quick entries directly from the command line or have it open your favorite text editor. It handles encryption, date and time stamps, tags, etc. I used it for a long time before I decided to switch back to old-fashioned pen and paper. As for syncing, I'd recommend syncthing, which is amazing in general. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
I’ve used https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/ in the past and enjoyed it. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
I've been using jrnl for temporal, daily-style nodes. It has some tagging and searching features too so you can search for your notes. : https://jrnl.sh/en/stable/. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
If you are not afraid of the terminal, I found jrnl a while ago but I didn't test it. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
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