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CleanShot X Update

Date: 18th January 2022

Duration: 17:02

Show ref: SCOM1118

Don last covered CleanShot X back in June of 2020, and since then it's had no less than 33 updates!

This video takes you through most of those new and improved features that make CleanShot X the premier screen capture utility for the Mac, and one that Don uses daily. If you're a Setapp subscriber, you can also get access to 10GB of free cloud storage with CleanShot Cloud, allowing you to store your screen captures and recordings and easily share them.

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.

Aeon Timeline

Date: 7th January 2022

Duration: 34:46

Show ref: SCOM1115

Timeline applications can often be seen as utilities that are only relevant to authors and novelists. Aeon Timeline, however, is an application that serves a variety of purposes. From project management through to creating legal cases, it is a complex yet intuitive app that allows you to plan effectively and plot milestones as your work progresses.

Lee shows you around this versatile software package using a real world example as well as a built-in one.

Use Local Sync with DEVONthink

Date: 4th January 2022

Duration: 07:40

Show ref: SCOM1114

There are times when you just don't want to use a cloud service to sync your important documents such as financial or business records. This is when local sync can help by syncing all your files on your server, while still having them accessible on your iOS devices on the go.

In this screencast, Todd walks you through setting up local sync on both Mac and iPad, using Bonjour and WebDAV.

Mail in Monterey

Date: 24th December 2021

Duration: 29:28

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In this tutorial, Don takes you through some of the new features in Mail on macOS Monterey v12.1, including Mail Privacy Protection and Hide my Email.

In the second half of the screencast, you learn about two apps and one service Don uses each day to manage his email and keep things under control.

Obsidian Basics

Date: 10th December 2021

Duration: 37:17

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Obsidian is another entry in the long line of personal knowledge management applications. It's one of the most feature rich, supported by a passionate community of users and plugin developers.

Lee runs through how to create your first Obsidian vault and how it's constructed. He then explains how to create and format your notes, link notes together as well as apply tags and search for them as your vault grows. You also learn about themes submitted by members of the community, and how to apply them.

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.

Firefox & DuckDuckGo

Date: 3rd December 2021

Duration: 34:53

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In the last of Lee's series based on browsing the internet on macOS, he touches on one browser and one search engine that pride themselves on their levels of privacy and security.

Firefox, by Mozilla, is a great option for those who crave security but also need to work on different platforms. DuckDuckGo is an excellent choice for those who simply don't want to be tracked by third parties when browsing. It can be used as a full-featured search engine and as an extension for Safari. Lee shows you both in today's episode.

Safari for iOS & iPadOS

Date: 29th October 2021

Duration: 41:21

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Safari is undoubtedly one of the most used applications on iOS and iPadOS. Whilst we usually cover the new feature improvements when we show you the latest version of the operating system, we haven't as yet done a deep dive on it from end to end.

With Lee as your guide, you embark this week on a tour of Safari on iOS and iPadOS. You will likely brush up on features you know about, but also discover lesser-known ones as well. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

Any.do

Date: 10th September 2021

Duration: 32:24

Show ref: SCOM1081

Task managers seem to be everywhere within the App Store at the moment so whenever one hits the market, it's important for it to have some form of hook that separates it from the competition. Any.do shares many features with its rivals, such as cross-platform access, integration with cloud-based automation tools, as well as a tiered subscription level.

However, it offers a nuanced view on focusing, scheduling your day and setting up grocery lists on mobile that is slightly more unique. This week Lee helps you discover Any.do and its many features on iPad and iPhone.

Ulysses Updates

Date: 3rd September 2021

Duration: 39:25

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Ulysses has just reached version 23 so we thought it would be a good idea to spend time looking back at some of the major iterations and feature releases that this excellent writing application has undergone in the last five years. (Hint: there are a ton and it's easy to miss some!)

In this roll-up video, Lee shows you the basics of Ulysses before diving in into features like Split Editor, Revision Mode, Grammar and Spell Checking, Filters, and more, on macOS, iOS and iPadOS.

Digitising Photos

Date: 20th August 2021

Duration: 32:24

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Faced with the gargantuan task of digitising thousands of photos, Don decided to make this project-based tutorial to assist if you are ever faced with such a task. The secret is the speed and quality of scanning along with capable automation tools to make the whole process easier.

In this screencast, Don takes you on a tour of his chosen method along with the tools he uses along the way, from scanning his images all the way to a final import into Photos.

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.

Preview In Depth

Date: 9th July 2021

Duration: 34:25

Show ref: SCOM1063

Preview is a long-standing core application on macOS that is frequently overlooked in favor of more feature-rich, often costly programs. It is a great utility for viewing and annotating both PDF files and images alike.

In this video, Lee shows you the basics of Preview and highlights little-known annotation functions, such as Mask and Loupe effects.

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.

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.

Microsoft Word

Date: 16th April 2021

Duration: 30:56

Show ref: SCOM1039

In this first video in a series of deeper dives into the Microsoft Office suite of applications, Lee takes a look at Microsoft Word. Rather than walking through the basics of the application, which is a staple for the majority of users, you will learn a few hints and tips that Lee uses daily to help format, personalise and streamline your experience.

You learn how to create your own shortcuts, use AutoText for regular snippets, use Find and Replace in a creative way, and much more.

Increasing Productivity with TextExpander

Date: 2nd April 2021

Duration: 31:12

Show ref: SCOM1035

In this week’s episode, Lee puts TextExpander through its paces and shows you some workflows that you may find both useful and time-saving. You learn how to use TextExpander as a tool to aid memory, eradicate mistakes, simplify repetitive tasks via the use of templates, and much more.