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How to Change the Double-tap Settings on Your AirPods
This post was inspired by a friend who commented that it was silly both AirPods triggered the same action when you double tap them - you can change it, one action for each AirPod!
Timery, the Toggl App, has landed!
Review: Waterfield Staad Backpack (Slim)
When I was in Chicago for MPU Live in March I took the opportunity to order a Waterfield Staad backpack to my hotel to bring back with me. I'd been intrigued by their bags for quite some time, but after seeing MacGenie with one of these at PodCon, and seeing MacSparky's Sling bag at the same event, I was convinced I wanted the bag.
Shortcuts for Accessibility
Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day and I'm really pleased to see that Apple has updated the Shortcuts gallery to highlight some Shortcuts targeted at solving some of the problems people face every day. These shortcuts include:
Pushcut: Smart Notifications Kick Off Your Shortcuts
As I've talked about on Automators before, I have used Zapier to send notifications to my iPhone which trigger Shortcuts - this means that I can have a series of automated actions happen and follow it up with something I need to manually do. I've been using PushBullet and Pushover to do this - I've tried both and they're both good, but they're designed for notifications and the URLs triggering automations is not something it was designed to do. Additionally PushBullet still hasn't been updated for the iPhone X(s) screen format. Pushover has been updated more recently, but it still doesn't quite match up with what Pushcut can do as a dedicated app.
Automators 23: Diving into Drafts Automation with Tim "The Drafts Man" Nahumck
I was really excited when Tim Nahumck agreed to come onto Automators to talk about Drafts! In the last year the app has increased in power so much, as well as gaining a Mac app, and now seemed like the perfect time to cover it.
MacStock Early Bird Sale Ends Tomorrow!
Just a quick reminder that I'm going to be speaking at MacStock in July, and that the early bird sale ends tomorrow! Use the code rosemary to get a discount. You can still use the code after tomorrow, but as the price goes up... 😉
MindNode 6 Released
MindNode 6 is out today, and having been a part of the beta I thought it was high time I shared some of the many ways I use
How to Change Date and Time Formatting and Preferences on macOS
If you've ever wanted or needed to change the time and date settings on your Mac this is how you can do it!
CalZones: An iOS App To Help You Plan around Time Zones
A lot of things in my life involve working around time zones - David Sparks lives in California, so when organising a time to podcast with him that's a 9 hour difference, add a podcast guest and unless they're in the same time as one of us, you have a headache!