DAYCATCHER offers to export your journal as a PDF file. You find this function in the main menu, it is called “Export Journal”. Before exporting, you can make a few personal settings: first you select the time frame of the catches to be exported with start and end dates. A maximum of 3 months is possible so that the file does not become too large. This means you can create a file for every quarter or season. You can also customize the title of your journal if you want. Two formats are also available to choose from: A5 portrait with one catch per page or A4 landscape with 2 catches per page. According to the period you have chosen, you can see how many catches are included in the export. And you can choose whether or not to include your personal notes. This is useful if you want to share your journal or part of it, for example the catches during a trip, with others without your personal notes. With the button “Export” you order the desired export file. The PDF file will be created and within a few minutes you will receive an email and notification in DAYCATCHER with the link to download it. The PDF file is easy to view, print, share and archive.
I really enjoyed reviewing 2019 with the created files. More than expected, I was happy again about moments that I described in my catches and realized how valuable it is to take the time every day to reflect and to capture the thoughts in words and pictures.