You know procrastination is wrong. You know that you shouldn’t waste time on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit during working hours. How can you avoid distraction and create an environment that boosts productivity? One of the tips I’ve been practicing is using a separate browser for personal and professional workspaces.
I’ve been using this Evernote workflow to search notes in Alfred. It’s a powerful workflow with advanced features to create, manage, and search notes in Evernote, but it requires the Evernote app to be active all the time. The only feature I need from the workflow is the feature to search notes from Alfred even when Evernote is inactive.
You’re familiar with these utilities: Hazel, Alfred, TextExpander, LaunchBar, PopClip, and Dropzone. You know what you can do with each utility, but when you want to automate a task, paralyzed by the choices, you’re unable to choose which utility should do the job.
You realize that the free fonts you’ve collected these past few years take up a lot of space on your Mac. It’s time to open Font Book and remove the fonts you’re no longer use. Whether you want to save more space or just want a organized fonts gallery, this tutorial will show you how to do it easily with built-in feature.
Personalization used to be popular among OS X users. We could change the appearance of the folder icons, app icons, and even the Dock. While we’re no longer be able to freely change the Dock design starting OS X Mountain Lion, it’s still possible to replace apps icons without breaking the code signing.