Posted by admin on May 10th, 2010
Some of the prominent features include
Enter text for individual days and navigate using a calendar
Add Categories to days and fill them with content
Tag your entries
Format your text bold, italic or underlined
Insert Images, files and links to websites
Links and mail addresses are recognized automatically
Search and Automatic saving
Backup to zip archive
Word Clouds with most often used words and tags
Templates for each weekday and arbitrarily named ones
Export the journal to PDF, HTML, Latex or plain text
Graphical preferences dialog
Multi-lingual support for 16 languages
Plain text files for data store and no database is needed
Once installed, RedNotebook should now be found under Applications – Office – Calendar.
When you launch RedNotebook, you can simply add notes, images for the current date or for any choosen data in the middle panel. You can then add Tags or categories from the right panel. You can export to HTML, PDF, Text or latex formats or backup your RedNotebook in a zip file.
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