A very in-depth look at Day One 2.0
I’ve been a fan of Day One for quite some time, and Day One 2.0 just came out. It’s a great update, worth every penny, but it lacks some polish that I’ve come to expect from Bloom, given how well the last version was in the last two years that I’ve used it.
The update really nails some key features. Importing from Day One Classic is a snap — the import process on iOS and Mac is fluid and fast, and it requires no extra interaction for people who are already on Day One Sync. A common pitfall that most import tools run into is duplication — running two imports generally duplicates all data that the first one did, but Day One intelligently only syncs data that is missing on the server. This means that the ideal upgrade workflow is just installing Day One and importing the entire database on all devices. Any entries that somehow weren’t synced properly will sync, and anything that already
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