RedNotebook is a graphical diary and journal to keep track of notes and thoughts throughout the day. It includes a calendar navigation, customisable templates for each day, and a keyword search and cloud.
- Multiple journals.
- Spell checking.
- Format, tag, and search your entries.
- Insert images, files and links to websites.
- Links and mail addressed are recognised automatically.
- Live search.
- Automatic saving.
- Backup to zip archive.
- Word clouds with most often used words and tags.
- Customizable templates for each day.
- Export the journal to PDF, LaTeX, HTML or plain text.
- Drag’n’Drop support.
- Calendar navigation.
- Full screen mode.
- Stuctured headers.
- Save journals on a remote server (SSH, FTP, WebDAV).
- No database requirement as data is stored in plain text files.
- Internationalisation support with the journal being translated into more than 30 languages.
Developer: Markus Helbig, Simon Urbanek, Ian Fellows
License: GNU GPL v2
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