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Andre Lima 122

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Typora has export to epub, too, but I'm not sure how well it works…
And yes, Apple iBooks Author was an interesting product… I think an alternative to it could be a good idea for a small business. 🙂

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I only tried it a bit, but Typora seemed good to export Markdown files to PDF. 🙂

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Yes. Plus, for each feed item, you can press "v" to open the original page in a new tab. 🙂 I find it a faster workflow than with any desktop app – which, furthermore, has to sync (and process) the…

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I use the Feedly service. On Mac / Chrome I just use the Feedly webapp and quick go through all new/unread feed items with "j" (keyboard shortcut). On Android I use the Feedly mobile app. I've used /…

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almost 2 years ago

I don't recall exactly… I think it was pretty good… But I do remember the export to Markdown feature could be improved significantly.

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almost 2 years ago

Actually, no, I don't. I found out about imgbot.ai through Product Hunt…

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almost 2 years ago

Thank you for sharing your workflow — that was really interesting and useful for me. 🙂 Regarding image optimization / resizing / cropping I'd like to recommend this tool: imgbot.ai

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almost 2 years ago

For me it's essential to have a well-thought-out text editor for my notes… Something in the vein of Sublime Text. Sublime Text (and a well-configured Visual Studio Code) is, in fact, where I am the…

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almost 2 years ago

Software I always have open: Sublime Text mostly for keeping my notes in markdown files — these are just plain text so integrated with great search tools like ripgrep. Visual Studio Code and Chrome…

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almost 2 years ago

I wish the free plan had simple "task x done" logs.

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almost 2 years ago

How it balances simplicity and versatility so well .

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almost 2 years ago

Tried Descript in its early days — seemed very promising… — will try it again soon. 🙂

If you're looking for an audio editor similar to Adobe Audition but without a subscription and with better…

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Replied to  @maguay  on  What is the best email app?
almost 2 years ago

I didn't know about Substack — interesting — it's for paid email newsletters. That's a nice niche. 🙂

Sendfox is basically a simpler Mailchimp — it's for regular email newsletters and offers email…

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almost 2 years ago

It really depends on the kind of product you want to create. I'm a coder myself, but these days a lot of people are using and loving no-code tools like Bubble and Glide.

For simpler use cases, I've…

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almost 2 years ago

Wow! Thanks for letting me know about the Docs to Markdown extension . Very cool!

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almost 2 years ago

…Sparkpost I've used before and can personally recommend. Amazon SES (from the research I've done) seems to be a great choice as well.

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almost 2 years ago

Email client: Spark, both for desktop and mobile (iOS / Android).

Email provider: GMail / G Suite. With G Suite you get a lot of other services / apps as well — for a pretty low price per user.

For…

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almost 2 years ago

I've tried a lot of them. For me Todoist ended up the clear winner. Asana a close second.

Todoist, IMO, strikes the right balance between simplicity and versatility. And can be used effectively…

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