Quick actions in macOS Mojave allow users to quickly and easily access Automator workflows to process files in a repeatable ways. With these actions your Mac can automatically perform repetitive tasks with just two clicks. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to create and use Quick Actions in macOS Mojave. Opening […]
macOS Mojave’s release brought an official, system-wide dark mode to Mac users for the first time. It’s beautiful and saves on eye strain. The dark mode blackens the formerly white interface, which is ideal for late-night workers. But the system-wide dark mode isn’t the only look you have to save your eyes. You can check […]
If your job involves a computer (and it probably does), you spend a lot of time typing. And if your job involves programming or medical charting, forget it. You can probably hear the clacking of keys in your sleep. Phone numbers, canned responses, witty ripostes – a lot of the stuff you typed today is […]
Thanks to our busy working lifestyles, time is now a precious commodity, with so much of it wasted at work. Pointless meetings, sitting in traffic, scrolling through repetitive emails – work can often be a time-consuming and laborious task. Here are five iOS apps to help save you time at work.
The full-screen mode on many native Mac applications is great. It takes full advantage of most Mac Retina displays, and it gives you the maximum working space. It also diminishes distractions by hiding the Dock and the status bar. If this is a look you like, you can follow the steps below to make sure […]
Two years ago we wrote about Wrike’s project management software, and how useful we found it. They’ve expanded their offerings since then, so it’s time to take a look and see what Wrike can do today.
Remote working is becoming an ever more common practice, with many companies examining the benefits of alternative working models. This has resulted in a move away from co-located work environments towards a rise in the implementation of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, along with more flexible working hours. Consequently, there has been a surge […]
The current generation Magic Mouse is divisive. Critics complain that it’s uncomfortable and oversimplified while proponents appreciate its minimalist design. And it’s a pretty peripheral no doubt, which meshes perfectly with the Mac aesthetic. But its limitations and ergonomics make it hard for me to love. That’s why I’ve been using a gaming mouse to […]
When you’re working hard, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by several applications with multiple windows each. Stay organized with these macOS window management and workspace organization tools. Mission Control Long time Mac users might know Mission Control well, since it was first introduced way back in OS X Lion. And yet, if anecdotal evidence counts for anything, […]
With the New Year comes a slew of resolutions. No doubt a few of us have resolved to be better organized, to forget less, to be less stressed out. Ifhere’s a few Mac to do apps that might help you meet your goals in 2017. OmniFocus 2 – $40 OmniFocus is based on David Allen’s Getting […]
Doculus, the creation of a not inconsiderable number of ex-Adobe developers has, finally, thank heavens, found a way to make reading PDF documents on smartphones easier. And inescapable, but we’ll get to that later. Prior to Doculus’ PDF viewer, viewing a PDF meant being plugged in. Chained, if you will, to a desk. But no […]
There are a litany of reasons that you might want a file-storage app on your iPhone, you might like the mobility it brings, you might want an extra layer of back-up or you might just be looking to save space on your phone (though files don’t really take up that much space). In any case, […]
There is definitely no lack of to-do apps to choose from, but in spite of all the choices, people are still looking for the ultimate app. Personally, I use the simplest of all – the default iOS app. But when I heard of ListBox To-Do app, I decided to give it a try. What makes […]
The Apple Watch truly sets a new standard for wearable technology, both in form and function. This watch was designed to look great on your arm, but it was also designed to save you time. When you have your Apple Watch strapped to your wrist, you minimize the amount of time you need to spend […]
The Pomodoro Technique has been a household name for a long time now, what with people wanting to make the most of their time. The method was developed by Francesco Cirillo back in the late 1980s, and since then, we’ve seen a host of products capitalizing on the technique. There is no doubt that the […]