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1Password 8 for Mac - Pt 1

Date : 20th May 2022

Duration: 38:39

Show ref: SCOM1153

1Password has long been revered as the ultimate password manager for Mac and iOS. Completely rewritten, 1Password 8 is the latest version of this leading app. With a beautiful new interface and lots of new features, it brings another level of productivity and functionality to the Mac. In the first of a two-part series, Don takes a look at some of the basics of 1Password 8 and introduces you to some of its new features, including the brand new Universal Autofill.

Tip - Hootsuite on iPad

Date : 26th April 2022

Duration: 08:04

Show ref: SCOM1146

Managing your social media accounts individually can be tedious, as you jump back and forth between platforms. This week Darcy introduces you to Hootsuite for iPad, an app that brings many of them under one roof so you can comment, share and monitor your activity more efficiently.

Microsoft Outlook - Pt 2

Date : 22nd April 2022

Duration: 42:13

Show ref: SCOM1145

In the second part of his Microsoft Outlook deep dive, Lee takes a look at the Calendar and Contact components on the Mac, with a few visits to the web app. You learn how to create both calendars and new events within them, schedule and invite others, as well as how to use categories to keep things organized.

Setapp Recommendations

Date : 15th April 2022

Duration: 29:56

Show ref: SCOM1143

With over 230 apps to choose from, Setapp is a no-brainer subscription service for Mac and iOS. In this show, Don gives a brief overview of 8 utilities that are offered in Setapp, and that he uses daily to enhance his computing experience.

Microsoft Outlook - Pt 1

Date : 8th April 2022

Duration: 40:51

Show ref: SCOM1141

In this first screencast of a two-part series, Lee takes a look at the email features in Microsoft Outlook. Having undergone a substantial redesign, the new interface is now quite different and brings with it some new functionality. Here you learn about the licensing options you can choose from in order to use Outlook, how to add and remove accounts, categorize your emails, apply rules to your incoming messages, and much more.

Folge for Mac

Date : 1st April 2022

Duration: 36:39

Show ref: SCOM1139

If you find yourself having to teach friends, family, or co-workers how to perform functions on their computer, you know how powerful sending screenshots can be. We have a lot of options for taking and annotating those, but when you need multiple screenshots to explain a longer process, a specialized tool might be in order. In this tutorial Allison shows you a dedicated program on the Mac (and PC) called Folge. You learn how to create guides using screenshots and an exhaustive collection of tools to enhance your instructions. Once your guide is complete, Allison shows you the different export formats, including her favorite, Rich HTML.

Spark for the Mac

Date : 25th March 2022

Duration: 35:24

Show ref: SCOM1137

Apple's Mail has been around for a long time and is for the most part a solid email program that of course plays well within the Apple ecosystem. But there are times when users may need or want more features. Spark by Readdle is an email client that brings some of those additional features. We covered this app several years ago here at ScreenCastsOnline, but felt it was time to give it a fresh look with Todd as your guide. You go over the basics of the app, then dive into its signature features, such as Smart Inbox, templates, the ability to schedule emails, as well as its ability to integrate with some third-party apps and services.

Microsoft Edge

Date : 18th March 2022

Duration: 36:30

Show ref: SCOM1135

Microsoft Edge offers an alternative to Safari on the Mac. Sync your passwords, favourites, as well as your settings across multiple devices. After downloading and setting up Edge, you dive into many of its features alongside Richard, including its browsing features tailored to the Mac, using tabs and collections, and more.

NeoFinder 8

Date : 11th March 2022

Duration: 37:26

Show ref: SCOM1133

NeoFinder is an application that allows you to create catalogues of your hard drives, SSDs, USB drives, DVDs, CDs, Blu-rays, NAS drives, etc. Pretty much any external storage device can be analyzed for future searching inside a stand-alone database. Add metadata, create Smart Folders, geotag photos, and much more. NeoFinder really is a fantastic cataloguing solution and Don takes you on a tour of its interface and features in this screencast.

Tip - Managing PDFs in Notability

Date : 8th March 2022

Duration: 09:58

Show ref: SCOM1132

In her ScreenCastsOnline debut, Judy shares her love for Notability on iPad and one of her favorite magazines. You learn how she annotates, bookmarks, and searches through her magazine using a few key tools and features inside Notability, an app that can help you organize your collection of PDFs.

Adobe Lightroom

Date : 25th February 2022

Duration: 34:02

Show ref: SCOM1129

Adobe has been hard at work refining their suite of photo management and editing products. Lightroom (formerly Lightroom CC) has seen a number of major edits over the last few years. In fact in many ways Lightroom has caught up to the Lightroom Classic application, making it a more viable option for photographers to use who are on the go. With Todd as your guide, you discover how Lightroom has evolved and take a peek at many of its recent improvements.

Tip - Business Cards in Cardhop

Date : 14th January 2022

Duration: 07:38

Show ref: SCOM1117

Todd shows you in this screencast how to work with business cards in Cardhop for iOS. Anyone who has collected business cards knows how tedious it can be to enter them manually and get them to your preferred contact manager. Here you learn how to scan business cards into Cardhop and have the app parse the information, as well as create your personal digital business cards that can be easily shared.

Tip - Keynote - What's New

Date : 7th December 2021

Duration: 11:18

Show ref: SCOM1106

Apple continues to improve and add new features to the iWork trio of applications. In this short video, Don takes you through adding live video sources to your Keynote presentation so your viewers can see you as well as your iOS or iPadOS device, if you so choose.

Don also demonstrates the multi-user presentation feature using two Macs, showing you how two people can collaborate and share responsibilities while doing a presentation.

Pivot Tables in Numbers

Date : 19th November 2021

Duration: 33:02

Show ref: SCOM1101

You may think pivot tables are for spreadsheet nerds, and there's some truth to that. Allison's goal, however, is to show you how enjoyable and useful they can be.

Now that Apple has finally brought pivot tables to Numbers, we can create them on our Macs, iPads, and even iPhones. Faced with a pile of data, pivot tables can help you can turn that mess into actionable information.

Allison uses data she's collected about solar energy generation and power consumption to demonstrate how to take a long spreadsheet and turn it into a simple 4x4 pivot table that answers the question, "Am I generating more power than I'm consuming?"

Tip - More Useful Zoom Tricks

Date : 17th August 2021

Duration: 08:05

Show ref: SCOM1074

This week, Tim is back with three more Zoom tips that can take your experience further, especially when you are the host. You learn about the vanishing pen, how to use the live transcripts feature, then take a closer look at statistics and what they can tell you.

Tip - Useful Zoom Tricks

Date : 3rd August 2021

Duration: 07:28

Show ref: SCOM1070

Videoconferencing has seen a big surge in the last couple of years and has become an integral part of how many of us get work done and interact with the world around us.

Tim Stringer has been a Zoom power user for a long time, and in this week's tip show, he shares 3 ways you can get more out of your Zoom sessions.

Slack for Mac Update

Date : 30th July 2021

Duration: 19:38

Show ref: SCOM1069

For many of us working from home, Slack is a tool that we use to collaborate with teams and is also popular with software companies that want to connect their users so they can provide feedback and interact with each other.

This week, Rosemary shows you some tips, tricks, and plenty of keyboard shortcuts to help you use Slack more efficiently on the Mac.

Microsoft Excel Tips

Date : 21st May 2021

Duration: 31:31

Show ref: SCOM1049

Continuing the theme of looking at the Office 365 suite of applications in more detail, Lee takes you through some tips and tricks that he has picked up whilst trying to master Excel.

Whilst lots of people know the basic functionality the app provides, some of the more complex functions can be overwhelming. In this screencast, Lee covers Pivot Tables, and Data Validation, as well as other useful tips that will make your life in Excel Land more joyful.

Acorn 7 First Look

Date : 30th April 2021

Duration: 31:16

Show ref: SCOM1043

Despite having used Acorn for many years, this is the first time Don has covered it on ScreenCastsOnline. Acorn is a powerhouse of an image editor but is also capable of doing some simple, basic functions, which is how he tends to use it.

In this episode, Don takes a look at some of the basic features of Acorn 7 and how he uses it for some typical image editing tasks.

DEVONthink To Go 3

Date : 23rd April 2021

Duration: 34:42

Show ref: SCOM1041

DEVONthink has long been a favorite database application on the Mac due to its useful features and stellar search capabilities. The previous companion iOS application allowed you to take your databases with you, but it did not have feature parity with its macOS counterpart.

Enter DEVONthink To Go 3 for iOS, which adds a number of key features previously only available on the Mac version. In this screencast, Todd takes you on a tour of the app and shows you how someone might use DEVONthink To Go as their primary database on iOS, separate from the desktop application.