Scrum Master @Capgemini, avid reader, avid learner
I am self-hosting indeed. The installation is a bit harder than a WordPress but following the documentation it is not so hard.
It is simple and efficient. It is open source and you can self-host if you don't want to share the data, very private by nature.
You can import your contacts from your phone, but I don't think it is…
I am using Monica as a personal CRM. But honestly I am not the best at it, so really interested to see how the others manage it.
Feedly has such a function on their plan.
I read them through my RSS reader using kill the newsletter. Therefore not polluting my inbox and having them at hand with other news feeds.
Kanban is really useful as a team for:
- Limiting the work in progress (and therefore improving the flow)
For more personal tasks, I still prefer the good old checklist format.
Kanban boards are popular. Todoist adding the functionality and the recent announcement of Google tables create new competitors to Trello / Asana.
It uses Google results so it is good. The only notable difference is that the results will not be customized to your profile, so it can sometimes feel a bit less relevant than the true Google search.…
For more alternatives I recommend having…
Notion has a lot more features and has a more modern interface.
The only pro for Evernote would be the web clipper, much more efficient in my experience for capturing content.
Starting now I would…
I am wondering the exact same thing.
So far the only alternative I discovered is NeuraCache. It seems efficient but I started using it very recently therefore I cannot provide a detailed feedback.
Email yes but only with minimal notifications, Slack no!
I use Kill the Newsletter! to get something similar (all newsletters to RSS).
It is possible to run scripts and shell commands. It is limited though as it is used to output a text.
I recently discovered espanso and it has quickly replaced Autohotkey on Windows! Really great text expander.
The demo and new features are interesting, but I fear the lack of integration of your own domain or no possibility to import your existing emails will be a no-go for many people.
I might give it a try…
I am using KeePass but it is not in the cloud (and that is why I use it).
If I was to use a cloud solution, I would probably go with Bitwarden.
I use Todo.txt and SimpleTask on Android.
Asana is too complex in my opinion for just personal projects. The only case I would consider it is if you use it extensively for work and are familiar with everything.
Trello is nice because really…