As a follow-up to my recent review of MacJournal, I wanted to show another nice feature of the writing application. You can select individual entries (use the Command Key to select them, or the Shift Key to select a block of entries) and view them one after the other in the editor window. The screencast above shows how this looks (using some excerpts from Mary Austin’s The Land of Little Rain).
You can also export the selected documents as one document.
This isn’t a revolutionary feature. Ulysses and Scrivener do this as well, and probably better. But it is a nice touch that I didn’t mention in the review.
The screencast also demonstrates the hover over feature I mentioned in the review. When you bring your mouse over an entry in the list, a popup shows details about the entry as well as a text preview.