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Start keeping a diary

REQUIRES

Moleskine Journal, iOS 8.1 or later

YOU WILL LEARN

How to use Moleskine Journal’s different modes to add content and sync with Evernote

IT WILL TAKE

30 minutes

CREATED TO BE a digital version of the real-world notebooks, sketchbooks, and planners, Moleskine Journal allows you to write and draw on your iOS device in a virtual Moleskine. You can also import photos and sync notes with Evernote, or back them up to Dropbox.

If you choose to type rather than write by hand, Moleskine Journal supports the full

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