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Sorry for the late reply. I created a workaround. In IFTTT, I save articles and tags in Google Sheets. In Integromat, I send article titles and tags to an Airtable base. It’s not perfect, but it…

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I use Todoist to track my personal and professional tasks. There’s a work project, where all my professional task go, and several personal projects. I use the same app to track them, but they’re not…

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I use a combination of features, design, pricing, and versatility.
I opted for Airtable, and I love it. I use Airtable for my personal projects, and I plan to use it for professional purposes. I…

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UI is confusing. It’s not very intuitive. Tutorials are not so good as well.

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I think tables in Coda are slow. If we compare Coda’s tables to Airtable’s ones, for example, Airtable is faster.

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#Coda

The ability to attach and share files is a great feature. The integration with other Microsoft software is quite good and power automation can help connecting third-parties apps.

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I use Microsoft Office at work. I use it since I was in college and, I must confess I never really tried G suite. For my academic work, I use Microsoft Office (benefiting from Zotero and Endnote…

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2 years ago

Great post! I wrote something similar in a comment: there’s no tool for achieving our goals because it requires our personal effort. We can choose a productivity system and try our best to implement…

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It has*

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It’s has a steep learning curve. Too many features. I chose Todoist instead.

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Readwise offers a Notion integration. It looks astonishing! Very beautiful and very useful. It’s expensive, though.

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Commented on  Goal setting
2 years ago

I think you could try ClickUp for setting goals. It offers several features, including OKRs. You can use it also for creating tasks and cooperating with your team. ClickUp adds new features frequently…

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2 years ago

I think Roam Research and Obsidian focus on writing and research, especially for those using the zettekasten method of note-taking. Walling seems to be closer to Trello, Airtable’s gallery, or Notion…

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The vibe and the price. It's very annoying all that people trying to look so cool because they're using bidirectional links and neural graphs. The price just reflects all that vibe (waiting lists…

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Thank you! I'll take a look.

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It’s a simple and effective platform to present materials. I use google forms to create exercises. It has some integrations I didn’t explore yet.

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I’m using:
-Microsoft Teams and Zoom: For connecting with team:;
- Todoist: I am controlling all my tasks and its related documents in Todoist. I can access documents related to my tasks just using my…

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My combination is:
Tasks: Todoist
Note taking: iA Writer and Bear app;
Calendar: Timepage, by Moleskine, because it’s very, very beautiful;
Database: Notion, for now. It’s also a very beautiful app…

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2 years ago

That’s amazing! Thank you for sharing!

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I use PocketCasts as well. Nice features, nice design. I can organize my podcasts in categories. I don’t use Spotify for listening to podcasts. I think music and podcasts together is a bit messy.

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I took a look. It sounds very similar to Clickup. Clickup is already working on releasing tables as a feature. I’ll see if there is an individual price.

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But can I make tables or spreadsheets in Roam?

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Thank you for answering! I like to create outlines of articles I need to write. I use OmniOutliner for that. Gantt charts are useful for planning and following each step. It’s just a visual tool.

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Airtable is expensive. 20 dollars per month, if you're interested in more features.

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It doesn’t connect to a normal email account. You are given a “new” email. You can subscribe to some newsletters directly from the app. For other newsletters, you just need to subscribe using the…

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