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I had tried Workflowy, but just couldn't get that to stick with my workflow. I didn't enjoy writing enough, and then moving it from the outlining tool to the tool for my rough draft was never…

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Outlining and bullet lists have always been how any piece of my writing starts, so this trend has mainly made my setup easier. Previously this always meant multiple documents: like a different piece…

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a year ago

I also think that with the different directions IFTTT and Zapier have gone in terms of integrated apps the past few years, this could be interesting for more advanced automations on the home…

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Commented on  IFTTT now has paid plans.
a year ago

I'm likely going to play with the Pro plan this weekend.

One interesting thing to note is that while free users can create 3 Applets/automations, it seems like they can still use an unlimited amount…

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I only have 2 tabs open right now, this one and the Gmail tab I clicked through from. Nowadays I don't have more tabs open than the current task requires. For things like content research, that does…

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a year ago

One of the reasons I love Notion is because of how easy it is to rearrange and transform things as they move through the creation process. When I'm creating content, it goes from idea description to…

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a year ago

I believe so!

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almost 2 years ago

I love templating as much of my repeatable processes as possible. If it's not available in the tool I'm working in itself, I'll create TextExpander snippets or something.

Some of the things I'm…

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almost 2 years ago

I think that the conversation around this is likely going to be skewed. If I search on Twitter for example, it's mostly people in tech angry because they already knew markdown. But when I hop into the…

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almost 2 years ago

I love Spark. I'm someone who rarely ever hesitates to spend money on software - anything that saves me time is worth my money. But almost every paid email client I've tried had huge gaps in features…

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