Archive for the: February, 2014

How to Keep Your Outlook.com Inbox Clean

Check out these 5 tips on how to keep your inbox neat and tidy using Outlook.com’s cleanup and sorting features.

25 Keyboard Shortcuts for Outlook 2011 for Mac

Keyboard shortcuts can help you clear out your inbox quickly without your ever having to move your hands from the keyboard. Here are the top 25.

Start a Habit in 1 Minute a Day

Once you clear the clutter from your life, you’re going to face a question: What will you do with your time? If you’ve got a minute, you can create a new habit.

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Use AppleScript and Scrubly to Fix Your Contacts’ Birthdays

If you have Apple contacts with shared information that has changed, there’s a way to bulk-edit them. Here’s how to do it.

How to Back Up Your Safari Bookmarks to Dropbox Automatically

Worried about losing all your Safari bookmarks? Here’s a way to use Automator to back them up to Dropbox each week. Just in case.

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Dropbox Adds a New Productivity Mail App: Mailbox

Dropbox has introduced a new mail app called Mailbox that helps you get to inbox zero. Here’s a look at how it works.

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Dropbox Magic: Use AppleScript to Automatically Generate a Public URL

Mac users can use AppleScript to have a public Dropbox link of their documents created automatically for sharing. Here are the steps to do it.

Seinfeld’s Productivity Secret? ‘Trudge Your Ass In’

Jerry Seinfeld started as a beginner, just like anybody else. So how did he become a comic genius? He used a simple, beautiful system.

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How to Add a File to SkyDrive in Windows 8

With Windows 8, you have the ability to store files in the cloud via Microsoft’s SkyDrive, the equivalent of Apple’s iCloud. Here’s how to set it up.

How to Automatically Save Screenshots in Dropbox

Dropbox has a feature that automatically stores your screenshots so you can view them on any device loaded with Dropbox or paste a link to them.