The journaling app, which now competes with Apple’s Journal, is rolling out a new feature that lets you create shared journals with up to 30 other people. Members can make entries, as well as comment and react to photos and stories posted there.
This feature obviously isn’t meant for sharing your most private and personal thoughts, which is why Day One notes that it’s optional and that your private journals are kept separate. Only paid subscribers can host shared journals, though.
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