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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.

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.

Chronicle

Date: 17th December 2021

Duration: 35:45

Show ref: SCOM1109

Chronicle is a lightweight bill tracking option that can help you with your finances on Mac, iPhone and iPad. Available both as a stand-alone application and through the Setapp service, it offers a beautiful and practical solution to an otherwise mundane undertaking.

After an initial look at the two ways to acquire the app, Lee shows you how you how to set up your bills and income streams, log payments, view reports, synchronise between devices, and a lot more.

PCalc

Date: 23rd November 2021

Duration: 14:08

Show ref: SCOM1102

James Thomson's PCalc has been a "cult hit" in the Mac and iOS community for many years. And with the iPad lacking a native calculator app, Lee shows you why PCalc is a popular solution amongst users with its wealth of configuration options.

You learn how to use PCalc to carry out basic calculations as well as convert units, refer to constants, use the built-in functions to carry out complex algorithms, and much more.

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 - Affirmations

Date: 2nd November 2021

Duration: 09:03

Show ref: SCOM1096

Mental health awareness is, thankfully, more prevalent now than ever. It's important that during trying times, people are able to reach out and ask for help, or use tools that are able to promote positivity.

Affirmations, by Justin Hamilton, is a free app for iOS that is able to fuse these elements together by sending you regular affirmations as well as schedule random ones if you prefer. With a stellar set of helplines and websites that you can go to if you are struggling to cope with areas of your life, this really is a useful application that you should have, and Lee shows you how to put it to good use in this screencast.

Tip - PhotoSync

Date: 26th October 2021

Duration: 13:13

Show ref: SCOM1094

This week Don revisits PhotoSync, an old faithful and still his go-to app for transferring images and videos between multiple devices and destinations.

Instead of relying on slow clunky iCloud sync to transfer media from your iPhone to your Mac, PhotoSync does it in a split second. You can also set up different types of triggers to automatically back up new photos and videos from your iPhone to multiple locations, and Don shows you real-world examples in this screencast.

Tip - Safari Extensions in iOS

Date: 19th October 2021

Duration: 13:42

Show ref: SCOM1092

iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 have brought with them some much requested functionality: the use of Safari Extensions. Now that developers have had time to release products that leverage them, Lee covers how to enable them and walks through the use of three particular extensions that have caught his eye: 1Password, xSearch and Noir.

Tip - Text Case Revisited

Date: 12th October 2021

Duration: 07:41

Show ref: SCOM1090

In this tip video, Lee takes another look at a text transformation app on iOS that has received substantial updates. Text Case's Flows feature allows you to take multiple formatting actions and chain them together. You can also invoke Text Case from a share extension to execute those flows, bringing some great automation possibilities to iOS and iPadOS power users.

Joplin

Date: 8th October 2021

Duration: 41:15

Show ref: SCOM1089

Joplin is a free open source note-taking app that works on all major platforms. It has a very active lead developer and community supporters, and provides a clean and functional interface that is a joy to use.

In this week's episode, Allison shares her passion for Joplin and takes you on a tour of its features to get you started on an app that may very well be a perfect fit for your needs.

SCO Members App

Date: 14th September 2021

Duration: 15:54

Show ref: SCOM1082

In this tip video, Don goes through the main features of the latest version of the SCO Members App, which is a great way to view the videos as well as accessing and reading the monthly magazine. You also learn how to download content for offline viewing when you don't have an internet connection.

The SCO Members App is available on Mac, as well as iOS and iPadOS.

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.

Tip - Templates in Fantastical

Date: 7th September 2021

Duration: 09:27

Show ref: SCOM1080

Creating repeating events in calendar applications can save a lot of time, however what about those events that don't follow a regular schedule, yet are similar in configuration? Creating these again and again can be tiresome.

With Fantastical, there is no need for this as it allows you to create both event and task templates. Lee shows you how to do this on both Mac and iOS in this week's tip.

Ulysses Updates

Date: 3rd September 2021

Duration: 39:25

Show ref: SCOM1079

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.

Tip - Sofa Update

Date: 31st August 2021

Duration: 09:07

Show ref: SCOM1078

Lee decided to show you the new functionality within Sofa, the downtime organizer for iOS, after this favorite app got some new features in version 3.0.

Being a firm believer in your downtime being as important as working time, Lee walks you through the app's new subscription structure, Super Sofa, and introduces you to the new additions this pro version brings, such as The Shelf, Sticky Notes, and Activity Filtering.

Tip - Henry for iOS

Date: 24th August 2021

Duration: 07:55

Show ref: SCOM1076

In this week's tip, Rosemary shows you a new addition to the habit tracking space, and that's Henry. This simple yet clever utility makes creating and tracking new or established habits enjoyable and easy. It also brings with it a well-being element as well as encouragement, to keep you motivated as you track your progress.

MindNode Revisited

Date: 13th August 2021

Duration: 32:39

Show ref: SCOM1073

There are many times when you have an idea and thought that is not fully formed and you need a space to think it through and connect the dots. These types of situations are perfect for a mind mapping application like MindNode.

MindNode is an application we have covered in the past but has had so many features added across both Mac and iOS versions that we felt we needed to do a MindNode Revisited show. In this screencast Todd Olthoff uses MindNode to handle the aspects of his own home remodel and finds that the application can handle everything he needs to get the job done and does it well across all his devices.

Tip - Do More with Messages

Date: 20th July 2021

Duration: 07:57

Show ref: SCOM1066

In this tip show, Rosemary shows you some lesser-known features of the Messages app!

Tip - Moodmonk for iOS

Date: 6th July 2021

Duration: 07:55

Show ref: SCOM1062

Mental health awareness is becoming more prevalent across the world and any application that has the ability to both focus on and look to improve your own health should be looked at. A new arrival in this space is Moodmonk, which Lee guides you through in this screencast.

This iOS app offers a simple, frictionless interface for logging your mood and thoughts. As well as the ability to capture your emotions, Moodmonk gives you light challenges and guidance each time you check in to help your self-awareness.

Tip - Paste for macOS and iOS

Date: 29th June 2021

Duration: 12:09

Show ref: SCOM1060

Available as an in-app purchase from the App Store or as part of your Setapp subscription, Paste allows you to copy, organize and paste all sorts of information across all of your devices.

In this screencast, Don takes you through the core functionality of Paste on both macOS and iOS and shows you how to use the app using real world examples.