If you are experiencing with data not syncing between devices, please try these steps to sign out of Day One Sync on all devices and sign back in. iOS Open Day One on iOS and tap on the Settings icon. Tap Account. Tap Sign Out. Tap Account again, choose Other options, and then Day One […]
Watch this video to learn how to create “to do” checklists in your Day One journal entries.
The share extension, available on both iOS and macOS, helps you create Day One entries using other apps, like Safari and Photos. Learn more:
With Day One Selective Sync, you can choose which journals you have stored and accessible on each of your devices. The data remains stored in the Day One Cloud, so if you ever want to download and view the journal entries, it’s just a tap away. iOS To enable Selective Sync on iOS, follow these […]
Some users have experienced inaccuracies due to the map data provided by Apple Maps and Foursquare. The data included Day One is pulled directly from these sources. If you have seen inaccuracies with your location data in Day One, please submit feedback using these forms: Apple Maps Foursquare
Learn how Day One’s reminders and templates can help you make a habit of journaling.
Your default journal is the journal at the top of your list of journals. The default journal is where new entries will be added when creating an entry while viewing All Entries or when creating an entry via IFTTT. To set your default journal, follow these steps: iOS 1. Go to Day One > Settings […]
Day One’s On This Day feature is a great way to re-read entries and relive the moments you’ve captured. Watch this video to learn more:
To resolve this error, follow these steps: (Note: The images below are from the Mac version of the Safari browser, but the same process applies using an iOS browser.) Go to dayone.me/user/login, then click Authenticate with Apple ID. Sign in using your Apple ID email address and password. (Note: This uses an official Apple-provided-and-secured web […]
Q: How is Apple ID used with Day One Sync? Apple ID can be used to sign into your Day One Sync account. For new users of Day One 2.0 and its sync service, this will make the sync set up process very simple—no additional email addresses or passwords will be needed. It also makes […]