Getting your notes into Obsidian can be a bit of a chore. I find adding a book to my notes as I’m reading a book particularly time consuming, and it breaks me out of the reading workflow. This is where Quick Add can help automate some of the process of adding specific types of notes. […]
Recently Obsidian introduced a new cool core plugin that will save you some key strokes when you need to activate commands in it’s interface. Today we’re going to talk about the /slash command plugin.
Yes the M1 iPad Pro has a bunch of power, but it also has some major limitations enforced by iPadOS. The biggest oversight is the lack of a decent second screen experience for those that want to use their iPad Pro at a desk with a 2nd monitor. Here is where ShiftScreen 4 comes into […]
For a long time I loved Scrivener, but the development is so slow it may as well not happen. It also has had 10 years to really support iPad’s as primary writing tools and it’s done a terrible job. You’re almost missing more features on an iPad than you get. You certainly can’t produce a […]
iPadOS 15 brought us a bunch of well-known features, like Focus Modes, but there were also a bunch of hidden tidbits. Today we’ll talk about those excellent small enhancements that I come to love.
iOS 15 brought us a feature that felt like a bit of a sleeper for me, Safari extensions. I didn’t even realize it existed until after the official release dropped, and now I have lots of Safari extensions running all the time. These help supercharge iOS Safari, just like extensions do on desktop browsers. To […]
Let’s start by talking about what Taskade is not. Taskade is not a personal task manager in the same way that Things 3 or OmniFocus is a personal task manager. You can graft a GTD workflow into Taskade but it seems like something you’re forcing on the wrong tool. Taskade is a web based collaborative […]