In my mood tracker, is there a way that I can add multiple journal entries to a specific day without editing the current journal entry for that day ? For instance, on Sunday I journaled about how I felt about something that happened that morning. Later that evening I wanted to journal about something different that happened in that same day. The way I have to do it currently is I edit a current journal by adding my new information at the bottom of the current journal for that day. Does that make any sense?
Yes, it makes sense, and when you open the journal, you can post more info as a response to your first part of the journal. Under the original journal post, there is a big white box, and you can type more there, and then click the green "Post Comment", and it will post it under your original entry.
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