“No Journal ID Found” error

Users sometimes experience an error when using Day One Sync. This is a known issue and we are working to resolve this as soon as possible. This is the error: Error Domain=DOWebErrorDomain Code=404 “No journal with id ###,### was found.” UserInfo={NSErrorFailingURLStringKey=https://dayone.me/api/sync/entries/######, NSLocalizedDescription=No journal with id ###,### was found., DOHTTPErrorResponseStringKey={“code”:404,”error”:”No journal with id ###,### was found.”}} […]

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Command Line Interface (CLI)

Note: The following information applies to Day One Mac 2.1.2 and later. Name dayone2 – Command line interface for the Day One journaling application. Install Use this to install the CLI tool (You only ever need to do this once, even for future versions): sudo /Applications/Day\ One.app/Contents/Resources/install_cli.sh Note: You may need to enter your macOS […]

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Using the Day One CLI with Day One 2

The Day One 2.0 CLI was updated in the Day One Mac 2.1.2 release. Learn More: Day One 2.0 CLI Documentation The Day One command line tool was originally written to work with Day One Classic, and by default writes its entries to the default Day One Classic journal directory1. If you want to use […]

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macOS Share Extension and Day One Mac

One of the great features in macOS is support for share extensions. With share extensions, any app supporting the system share menu can be used to share content with apps that created a share extension. In Day One Mac 2, you can use the macOS share menu to post content to Day One from Finder, […]

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Uninstalling and Reinstalling Day One Mac 2.0

Uninstalling: Quit Day One Mac. Go to this location on your Mac: /Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Group Containers/5U8NS4GX82.dayoneapp2/ Drag the Data file to your Mac Desktop. (This contains a local copy of your journal data backups and might be useful if any problems arise when you reinstall and reimport your data into Day One Mac 2.0.) Drag the Day […]

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Resetting Day One 2.x’s Password

To reset Day One Mac 2.0’s password, do the following: Open Keychain Access. Search for Day One App Locking Password. Control click Day One App Locking Password to reveal a contextual menu. Select Delete “Day One App Locking Password”. Return to Day One to open it without your previously-set password.

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Local Path for CLI

In Day One 2.0, the local path for CLI-created entries has changed to: /Users/[USERNAME]/Library/Group Containers/5U8NS4GX82.dayoneapp2/Data/Auto Import/Default Journal.dayone For additional troubleshooting, consider this article: https://gist.github.com/bjhomer/cca5ab5c346cb21480e4e19695aa5c8b

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