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Using the Day One Activity Feed for Easier, Faster Entries

3 days ago   |   By Sweet Setup

As any long-time reader of this site will know, I am a huge fan of the app, Day One .
A few years ago we had written a pretty great guide to Day One, and right now we're wrapping up some HUGE updates to that guide.
As part of our work, I recently started using Day One's Activity Feed and I realized just what a game changer it is.
To use the Activity Feed, you first need to enable it within your Day One app. Just go into the Day One app → Settings → Activity Feed.
From there you can give the Day One app access to certain things on your iPhone, such as your location, photo library, and/or...
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