Strive to help people. That’s the mantra I’ve been holding as I write for this site every week starting 2014. This personal space of mine has grown from serving 100 readers into 400 readers a day. I want to deliver more value in 2015, and I would like to share a few choices that has helped me to push through 2014 with a satisfying result.
I’m a fan of Houdini, a free utility that hides away inactive windows in background so you stay focused. Here is a great news. Houdini has been renamed into Hocus Focus, now supporting OS X Yosemite, with a new feature to support multiple profiles.
Evernote remembers everything. Workflow automates most of the things. When you combine these two apps together, you have a wonderful setup that can create note with a few taps. The Workflow series is incomplete if I don’t share these workflows I built as an avid Evernote user.
I’ve been tinkering with Workflow for the past few days to see how much tasks I can automate with it. Surprisingly only a few workflows I’ve created manage to stay in the setup. Since I’m also new to Workflow, I believe the problems I had while using this app can be a valuable lessons for those who are new to Workflow.