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Let Traveler store journal/notebook entries in an directory specified by the user 
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: Robert Ibsen Voith3994 05 Feb 2009
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Today Traveler store journal entries directly in the phone's My Documents directory. I would love to see the idea of specifying at least a sub folder for my Journal entries. This would greatly reduce the clutter of documents from all places in My Documents.
 
Perhaps this can supercede the linked idea of allowing the user to specify Traveler to store the Journal entries on the Storage Card?



1) Michael Kobrowski642 (17 Aug 2009)
I don't like the user to choose anything - or maybe only if it can be overwritten by policy.










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