Andrew Minchew's Micro Journal App Project

DISCLAIMER: This is a personal project and is not intended for production use. While I have made every effort to ensure the quality and security of the code, there may be bugs or vulnerabilities that I am not aware of. Additionally, I cannot guarantee that the performance of the application will meet your expectations. Please use this project at your own risk.


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Test out the new review panel

A day by day break down of entries.

Download entries as CSV

Just like it sounds. Get your entries somewhere you can process them.

Reload resources

If you bookmarked this to your homescreen, you can use this button to pull the most recent version of the app.

Delete entries

If you've processed all your entries and want to clear your log, you can use the button below to delete all your entries.


For a while now I've wanted a simple, journal-like tool for logging my day. Something to document all the little questions I ask myself and forget to research later, to hold the partially formed ideas that come exactly when I don't have time to act on them, to record all the 2 minute tasks that inevitably balloon into something more complicated. Something like twitter, but not public; like Day One, but not so formal; like but less cluttered; like a plain text file, but with timestamps and auto-save.

ChatGPT and a few hours later, here we are. You can read a little longer backstory over on my LinkedIn profile.