How to Use IFTTT to Recreate No-Due-Date Tasks In Todoist

When it comes to using any task manager, checking off tasks is of course easy, but typing and inputting tasks sometimes is a bit tedious. But recently I started using an IFTTT automation that creates no-due-date tasks in Todoist each time I complete tasks in a specified project. Keep reading and I’ll explain what it is …

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From Apple Finder to Path Finder for Power Users

Share0 Tweet0 Path Finder for Power UsersI will admit straight up that article is not an exhaustive review of the powerful Path Finder 8, a classic alternative to the Apple Finder. There’s tons features that I don’t cover. But I do highlight many of the features not found in Apple’s Finder, and a few other …

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How I Use SaneBox and Automation With Apple Mail

Since I started using SaneBox a few months ago, hardly a day goes by that I don’t empty my inbox and manage emails better. Managing my inbox has never been easy, and I’ve tried all types of solutions, including smart rules and mailboxes and Mail plug-ins. But the subscription-based service, SaneBox, has been the only solution to help me …

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Timing 2 Automatically Tracks How You Spend Your Time

One of the keys to being productive is naturally knowing how you spend your time. If much of your work and time is done on your Mac, Timing 2 is one of the best ways to keep track of the time you’re working in specific applications, websites, documents, and even tasks you do beyond your …

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Outlinely and OutlineEdit Make For Better Outlining On the Mac

One of the ways to be most productive with a project, such as writing book or manual, designing a course, preparing a presentation, or simply creating step-by-step instructions is to start with an outline. Up until recently, OmniOutline was the application I used for outlining projects, but I often found the program a little heavy …

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Ask Mac Automator: Triggering Automations Remotely

  Love the site. Quick question for you: what is the best way to launch Keyboard Maestro and/or Automator macros remotely from your iPhone. I feel like Workflow/IFTTT have to make this a possibility besides the semi-solution of monitoring a dropbox folder with Hazel. Have you heard of Otto…now Entangler? It seems it can do …

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The Trackpad and String Triggers vs the MacBook Pro Touch Bar

I haven’t gotten my hands on the new the MacBook Pro, and though I would definitely like to replace my extremely slow 2011 MacBook Air with a faster notebook, I don’t think the MacBook Pro’s flagship feature, the Touch Bar would be highly useful in my workflow. It’s been quite a while since Apple did a significant upgrade …

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10 More Mac Automations and Hacks to Boost Your Productivity

We don’t often realize how much time we spend clicking, searching, and performing redundant tasks on our Mac. But the more we develop time saving habits on our Mac, the more we can maximize the technology and make it work for us to get things done. Mac Automation Tips is mainly about automating tasks on …

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10 Handy Mac Automations to Supercharge Your Productivity

Creating automations on your Mac can often take a little time and testing, but you gain that and lots more time back the more you use the automations you create.  If you’re new to Mac automations, consider taking the time to create a few automation setups described below when don’t have a deadline to meet,  or when simply want to  reduce …

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Automating iDoneThis With Keyboard Maestro and Alfred

There’s no shortage of to-do applications and services, but whichever tool you use, it’s important to have a strategy that makes it easy to keep track of goals and accomplishments. My current to-do application is 2Do. I use it to manage my projects, ideas, and start dates for various tasks. On Sunday evenings I try to …

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