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What is the Journal app ? it is a Windows  10 app helping people who love to journal to evolve their ideas and express themselves quickly with the power of their digital pen.

Description

Journal, a Microsoft Garage project, is an app for Windows that invites people who love to journal to pick up their digital pen, express themselves quickly, and evolve their ideas. Of all the different methods of device interaction, digital ink is unique in the speed and degree of natural expression and in aiding memory. With Journal, disparate ideas can be connected, drawings can be sketched, annotations can be freely inserted, information can be located with search, and you can easily connect your ink across other apps to grow your best ideas. Journal provides an ink-first solution that delivers new , intuitive gestures, and connected experiences for Microsoft 365 for work and school (subscription required, sold separately) . It's designed for people who thrive when writing out their ideas, notes, and sketches. The Microsoft Garage is an outlet for experimental projects for you to try. Learn more at https://garage.microsoft.com

https://garage.microsoft.com

Download the Journal tool from the Store

https://garage.microsoft.com

There is a quick introduction play guide.

Features

  • An ink-first experience for those who write with a digital pen
  • A page-based canvas for easy scrolling, optimized for tablet and 2-in-1 devices
  • New intuitive Ink Gestures that don't require mode switches
  • Drag and drop your content between pages, or to your favorite applications
  • Microsoft 365 Integration to access your Calendar for faster meeting notes (Subscription required, sold separately)
  • Import and markup PDF documents and images
  • Search using keywords or filters

https://garage.microsoft.com

What's new in this version

Improved ability to open journals from Documents folders stored on networks – Fixed issue with sending email for M365 Work and School users – Improvements to Scratch Out – Improvements for signing in with Microsoft 365 Work or School account – General bug and performance tweaks with ink , undo, and opening/closing journals

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Robert Smit is Senior Technical Evangelist and is a current Microsoft MVP in Clustering as of 2009.
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This article was originally published by The Windows Server HA Blog. You can find the original article here.