What's the quickest way you know to navigate apps on your Mac?
A gratitude practice can include the small things as well.
Thanks, team. 🤗
Don't feel like you have to find the silver bullet. Take your time and build up routines and practices that work for you.
It's tough. But at some point you have to put yourself out there.
This was a tough confession. True nonetheless. 🤷🏻♂️
When the forecast in MN calls for “light flurries.”
These are easily some of my most used @textexpander snippets. Most of the time, I never even look at the calendar. I just know it needs to be Friday and type the snippet. TE figures out what I want.
I'm already getting political calls. Time to stop them. Settings > Phone > Silence Unknown Callers.
If you'd rather not let anyone and everyone see your notifications try this: Settings > Notifications > Show Previews > When Unlocked. This way the text of the alert doesn't show up until you unlock your phone.
It's only fitting that a Shortcut exist for getting to @MacSparky's new Field Guide. Congrats on the awesome course, David!
One of my favorite actions on iOS: temporary Do Not Disturb options.
I've never been a Siri user. But after enabling Type To Siri (Settings > General > Accessibility > Siri) I can now use text snippets to trigger Shortcuts.
Did you know you can reorder and edit the buttons in control center?
Quick Tip: If you have a folder on iOS with a badge showing, 3D Touch the folder to see the list of apps with badges.
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