Do you need project management for your Mac? Finding the best project management for your needs can be difficult. Although the most popular project management software, Microsoft Project, is currently Windows-dependent, there are other project management tools available that’ll work with your Mac.
When you get started with a new app like Google Sheets, you want to know all of the tips and tricks that you can use to get the most from it. The faster you learn the spreadsheet tricks, the more efficient you’ll be in that app.
Your Mac is only as good as the apps you use. There’s no point trying to write the next Great American Novel with TextEdit or limiting yourself to Chess for all your entertainment needs. With thousands of apps available, how do you find the good ones? Well, we’ve made an attempt based on our experience using Macs over the last few years. This obviously can’t be an exhaustive list, but it’s a good starting place.
If you feel like you’re just not making the most of your waking hours, you’re not alone. With all the competing demands on our time and energies, most of us can use a bit of help prioritising our most important goals and keeping focused on the steps we need to take to reach these goals.
If your Microsoft Outlook inbox is cluttered and full of messages, chances are that you’ll miss an important message. As a business owner, missing a message could be disastrous. It could mean lost business. And even you don’t own a business, nobody wants to overlook an important email.
Apple’sPhotos is the default photos app for macOS. Photos makes it simple to browse, edit, and manage your growing photo and video library. The powerful editing and organisation tools built into the Photos complement the workflow so you can share them instantly.
Taking notes is a nearly universal task. Whether you’ve got lots of meetings at work or just like to dissect the minutiae of the Harry Potter universe, almost everyone has a reason to occasionally need to take notes.
One of the downsides to working from solely a Mac is the lack of screen real estate. Even with a 15” MacBook Pro, the screen is a good deal smaller than an iMac. You can add an external screen but this detracts from a notebook’s big advantage: portability.
Over the course of the last two and a half years, I have published more than 400 episodes of Developer Tea. There are many reasons I have been able to do this, but the one that is most compelling is what I call my “Go Space”.
Often, we have a hard time figuring out what the next best thing is to do. With so much on our plates on a given day, the choice paralysis sets in and we end up not doing anything, and then getting incredibly stressed.
iOS is a relatively young operating system. The iPad experience though gaining momentum with every release, is also criticised for not getting much attention from Apple.
Keyboard Maestro is one of the most powerful Mac productivity and automation apps available. You connect different Actions together in Macros which can then be triggered in any number of ways. There is almost no limit to what you can do.
Mobile Device Management (MDM) software secures, manages and supports mobile devices deployed across a business or enterprise. MDM enables over-the-air distribution of apps, data and configuration settings across bothmacOS and iOS devices.
I’ve written a lot about automation apps here at ThemeKeeper Tuts+. I’ve covered KeyboardMaestro, TextExpander and Hazel in multi-tutorial, deep dives and touched on other apps like Launchbar and BetterTouchTool.