Some of the Automators' favorite apps are upping their automation game with updates to Airtable, Drafts, and iOS.
It's time for some automation feedback. Topics include task inbox processing, automated check-ins, dumping automation confirmations with Shortcuts, home automation, and time tracking.
In this episode David and Rosemary go on Safari and look at all the settings, extensions and integrations you can use to automate you browsing across macOS and iOS.
In this episode, Rosemary and David are joined by creator of PCalc, Dice and About (by PCalc), James Thomson. They talk about James' first implementations of automation in his apps, as well as what automations he's using now, and AppleScript vs Shortcuts.
Fixing images and screenshots is boring and tedious. Why not hand that off to automation?
In this episode Rosemary and David welcome Myke Hurley back to the show to talk about taking over his new Home with HomeKit.
Allison Sheridan joins us to share her automation workflows. Topics include Keyboard Maestro, Hazel, and more automation tools.
After diving into software launchers in episode 120, Rosemary and David take a look at doing things with real physical buttons, in all the forms that can take.
Rose and David spent some time looking at Raycast, the latest Mac launcher to arrive on the market, and compare it to their current favorite launcher, Alfred.
Chris Lawley, YouTuber, nerd, and photographer joins David and Rosemary to talk about moving house and what that means for his smart home, as well as his journey back to the Mac.