Automate the Task of Adding Calendar Events Using Fantastical

With advanced digital calendars, gone are of the days of inputting logistical information in separate data fields.  This is why the automatic parsing of data feature found in  Flexibits’ Fantastical makes the application one of the best calendar clients for the Mac the iOS. Flexibits has a great set of video tutorials produce by Mac Power …

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SuperTab 2.0 vs the Dock for Mac Automators and Power Users

The Apple Dock  has been a long-time staple of OS X, but for Mac automators and power users, the Dock is embarrassingly limited when compared to an alternative application like SpriTec’s SuperTab. I’ve been a user of SuperTab for over a year now, and have referenced it in several previous articles for this site. But the recent 2.0 update of SuperTab warrants …

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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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Read Mac Automation Tips On Pocket and Flibpoard

Links to all of the blog posts for Mac Automation Tips appear on the @macautotips Twitter feed, but I also want to provide other ways for readers to access the content. If you’re prefer reading articles for this site on your iPad, there’s a few ways you can automate that process using IFTTT or the reader later apps, …

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Avoid Clicking, Clicking, and Clicking With Dwellclick

One of the most time consuming tasks when working on a computer is  constant mouse or trackpad clicking  to activate things. This why a powerful utility called DwellClick ($9.99) might be use to Mac power users. Working at the computer requires endless clicking of buttons, URL links, menu items, checklists, application icons, etc.. Some people don’t mind doing it, …

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GhostNote Automatically Changes Notes Based On Active Applications and Documents

Here’s a problem: I experienced an issue with applying styles in OmniOutliner, and I finally wrote the developers and asked them how to solve it. They quickly replied back and explained the issue and the solution. But wait, suppose I forget the solution two or three months from now when I happen to use the …

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6 Time Saving Mac Automation Tools for Bloggers

The work of writing and producing blog posts consists of numerous and repetitive computer tasks that you might not realize can be automated on your Mac. There are several Mac applications you can use to reduce the amount of mouse clicking, manual launching of applications and windows,  and the work of keeping your desktop and other Finder folders …

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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 …

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HistoryHound: the Automatic Bookmarking Mac Application Every Writer Should Own

HistoryHound is among the ten applications I keep opened in my Dock, because I know that it’s always working in the background to index every webpage I visit. I don’t view HistoryHound everyday, but it has saved me lots of time and frustration in searching webpages I’ve previously visited. And when I’m conducting web searches for a …

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Mac Automation Tips in iBusiness Magainze

iBusiness Magazine published (in issue #26) an article by me about Mac Automation applications for business solutions. If you’re visiting this site by way of reading the article, I welcome you to subscribe for upcoming blog posts. Mac Automation Tips is still a fairly new site. Articles and other resources will be coming online in …

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