I recently scanned my MacBook Air’s hard drive to find out the number of free space. Well, I have about 80 GB free space left, but the number is dwindling down every day, largely because of my photos and videos setup. I keep an off-site backup in my external drive for those files, photos, and videos, however, they’re still occupying the main hard drive. Then I realize that Selective Sync in Dropbox could be the solution for this problem.
While writing about the workflows directory Packal and the new released companion workflow Packal Updater, I discovered a few useful workflows to improve my computing experience — mostly about browser tabs, text editing, and accessing recently used files — that I want to share with everyone in this post today.
Here’s what I used to do when I need to write down visual notes from another window: I either arrange the windows side by side, or I switch the windows back and forth while trying to remember what I’ve seen in the previous window. Both methods are time wasting; there is a better way to remember those visual notes.