I am thrilled to have released a new feature in version 2.2: Journal Forms. It is the most obvious feature, but somehow I missed it.
The best part — people love it and it is very simple. That is when you really know a feature hits home. You also know you have a good thing when you walk in the door to do a seminar, and a past seminar attendee approaches you to request the very feature you have ready in your bag! I love that.
So what are “Journal Forms?” Simple: they are pretty ready-made blank forms. For example, here is part of the form for entering a Mission Statement:
I have also built forms for journaling:
- Strengths / Weaknesses
- Projects / Productions
- Voice Lessons
- Lessons You Taught
The thing I love about it too, is that it doesn’t require a bunch of prose to get the point across. Simply check some buttons, and score your last voice lesson. Then the next time you have a lesson, you will have a score (for example: 1.2 out of 2.0 possible) to compare with. Here is an example voice lesson journal form:
Then we also tie the forms back into a complete Journal module with reports, list view, and detail views. So you can email parts of your journal directly to your stakeholders. Now your journal is not just a book on the nightstand, it is your business planner!