Import and Export
you'll get a list of all tags you used in your journal, sorted by most frequent. Tags occurring several times in the same entry are only counted as one.
List of all entries
Will only display the date and title of each entry.
jrnl --export json
Why not create a beautiful timeline of your journal?
jrnl --export markdown
Markdown is a simple markup language that is human readable and can be used to be rendered to other formats (html, pdf). This README for example is formatted in markdown and github makes it look nice.
jrnl --export text
Pretty-prints your entire journal.
Export to files
You can specify the output file of your exported journal using the
jrnl --export md -o journal.md
The above command will generate a file named
journal.md. If the
-o argument is a directory, jrnl will export each entry into an individual file
jrnl --export json -o my_entries/
The contents of
my\_entries/ will then look like this:
my_entries/ |- 2013_06_03_a-beautiful-day.json |- 2013_06_07_dinner-with-gabriel.json |- ...