Quick Look is a simple and notable feature that got me interested in switching from Windows to OS X (or MacOS). With a gentle press of Space key, I can preview the file contents without having to launch a separate app. Today I would like to share some of my favorites plugins that you can install to extend its functionalities.
I want to make journaling a daily habit. I write a journal entry occasionally, but to show up and write down what you experience every day is a major challenge to people who are new to journaling. What if I run out of ideas to write?
Full-screen mode is not for everyone. Some people prefer to work with several windows at once instead of dedicating the whole screen for a single application. The problem is surfacing when you have more than fifteen windows opened at once — each window is persistently asking for your attention.
I have my thumb on the Command key most of the time. I work with shortcuts to switch between apps, trigger Alfred workflows, and run Keyboard Maestro macros to save time. I also prefer to quit unused apps immediately, so pressing Command + Q has become my second nature. Sometimes I stupidly quit the apps that run important tasks — duh!
We will be sitting in a self-driving car in 2020, but why are we still managing invoices and receipts manually? I went paperless from day one by having invoices, receipts, and billing summary sent my email address. The problem is I detest organizing them manually in Evernote, so I come up with this setup to automate the whole process.