101 Dragon Dictate Voice Commands for Bossing Your Mac

Despite my issues with Dragon Dictate, the voice-to-text application  remains the only Mac  program for triggering powerful and time-saving voice commands on the Mac. As I explained before, Dragon Dictate outshines Apple’s voice commands features. And even when the upcoming Siri command features are released in the Sierra of OS X, it looks if as …

Read more101 Dragon Dictate Voice Commands for Bossing Your Mac

Ask Mac Automator

Ask Mac Automator: Thoughts on Dragon Dictate 5

Are you still not happy with Dragon Dictate v5? I own v4 and did not upgrade after I read your review of Dictate. This question is based on my article I posted back in September, Should You Wait to Upgrade to Dragon Dictate 5.0? Yes!, which still receives many hits. I’m still not happy with Dragon Dictate …

Read moreAsk Mac Automator: Thoughts on Dragon Dictate 5

13 Copy and Paste Actions for Mac Power Users

Using multiple applications to copy and paste text and images can boost your productivity and save countless clicks, mouse movements, and typing. The following is a list of tips for how I copy and paste text as I write and edit articles, tweets, reports, and other content. The purpose is to provide you ideas for …

Read more13 Copy and Paste Actions for Mac Power Users

My Favorite Mac Automation Updates and Other Mac Apps of 2015

Before the year comes to a close, I thought I’d post a list of my favorite Mac automation application updates of the year, as well as a few of my favorite applications I started using in 2015. I plan to make this review an annual topic, because it’s important to highlight a few of the most useful updates for the Mac automation …

Read moreMy Favorite Mac Automation Updates and Other Mac Apps of 2015

10 Ways to Activate the Same Application Using Mac Automation Tools

Whether you’re typing on are the keyboard, or hand is on your mouse or trackpad, Mac automation tools can provide multiple ways to perform the same task, such as routinely opening or activating a regularly used application. This article is particularly useful for readers who are not familiar with Mac automation tools. I explain ten ways I open my frequently …

Read more10 Ways to Activate the Same Application Using Mac Automation Tools

Multiple Ways to Trigger Keyboard Shortcuts in 2Do and Other Applications

The best way to save time using most any application is to have more than one way to trigger an application’s menu items and features. With Mac automation tools, you’re not restricted to keyboard shortcuts, or a mouse or trackpad clicks. To show what I mean, I’m going to focus on the task manager application, 2Do for …

Read moreMultiple Ways to Trigger Keyboard Shortcuts in 2Do and Other Applications

The Fastest Ways to Open and Quit Applications Beyond Your Dock

When it comes to opening and closing applications on our computer, there are Mac automation tools that can either automatically launch or quit applications for you, or provide other ways of doing so beyond clicking icons in the Dock, opening the Applications folder, or using Apple’s Launchpad. Normally we have several applications, such as Safari, Mail, and …

Read moreThe Fastest Ways to Open and Quit Applications Beyond Your Dock

Reduce Mouse and Keyboard Clicking With These Automated Delete Actions

Isn’t annoying when you need to delete several items in an application, but then get hit with a confirmation dialogue box that requires yet another click? Well, either BetterTouchTool, Keyboard Maestro, and Dragon Dictate can automate the task for you, and save you some clicking. Confirmation Delete  The other morning I was going through my 1Password application and deleting login …

Read moreReduce Mouse and Keyboard Clicking With These Automated Delete Actions

How to Automate Taking SnappyApp or Tiny Screenshots for Better Productivity

If you’re a content producer (blogger, web designer, writer, etc.), you owe it to yourself to use the nifty screenshot application, SnappyApp (Free) and/or Tiny for Mac. SnappyApp What makes SnappyApp different is that it automatically opens a screenshot when you take it, so you can view it for references purposes, and/or save it as an image …

Read moreHow to Automate Taking SnappyApp or Tiny Screenshots for Better Productivity

Send Voice Commands on Your Mac With Dragon Dictate

If you would like to execute hands-free tasks on your Mac, I highly recommend learning to use the voice command features of Dragon Dictate. Thanks right,  Dragon Dictate is more than a voice-to-text program, it comes pre-installed with hundreds of default commands for opening, hiding, and quitting applications, downloading webpages, opening and closing folders, saving …

Read moreSend Voice Commands on Your Mac With Dragon Dictate

>
%d bloggers like this: