How to get started with using Logseq as a digital journal
You don't need to transfer all of your workflows to Logseq to benefit from it. Josh Duffney shows in just 14 minutes how he uses Logseq as a daily journal for ideas and tasks.
While mainly an Obsidian user, Josh Duffney uses Logseq to structure his days. On the Journals page he stores all his ideas, various types of notes, and his tasks. If you've ever used a bullet journal, Josh's daily workflow will feel very familiar.
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