Penzu – Online Diary and Personal Journal with Privacy
Penzu is an online diary and personal journal that is focused on privacy. With a unique and compelling user experience, it makes writing online as easy and intuitive as writing on a pad of paper. It offers a secure place to store your thoughts and ideas in the cloud. Not only are entries password protected in an online account, but individual entries can be locked with military-grade encryption.
Penzu is unlike other services, especially blogs, in that your entries are private by default. This is true for writing on a pad of paper or in a paper-bound journal your work is private unless you decide to share it.It allows you to individually password protect each entry. Since your Penzu account is already password protected, entry locking acts as a second safeguard.
Share if You Want To
Even though Penzu is meant to be private, it know you still may want to share your entries with friends and family.
- Email: You can share via email by clicking on the Share button on the Pad toolbar. Enter one or many email addresses, an optional message, and choose if you want to share as you or an anonymous sender. Recipients will not be able to edit shared entries.
- Public Link: You can also share your entries with the world via a static public link. Copy the link to share it or post to your Twitter account using the “tweet this” button
Manage Your Entries
Easily manage all of your entries in the Entries page. You can sort your entries by time (last week, yesterday, and today), by title, date created, size, Image, shared, or locked. You can search all of your entries quickly with our filtered search. Enter a search term and the results will appear as you type. You can rename and print single or multiple entries at once. Deleting entries from your Entries page sends them to the trash where you can restore them or permanently delete them.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org