This is the second of a multi-part series on improving your home office. In this part, we talk about the physical aspects of your home office (space, desk, and chair).
Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), self-isolation brought on a wave of new people working from home, with varying states of home offices. This is the first of a multi-part series on improving your home office. In this part, we focus on evaluating your current setup.
Learn how to quickly open Notion pages on your iOS device. See how I work around dynamic page links (e.g., current day/week) to open the correct pages from my Notion Weekly Template.
Building off of my previous Notion work using notion-py, I continue to adjust Notion to fit my needs. In this article, I want to explain how I've been taking my integrations with Notion to the next level.
I want to share how I integrate my Weekly Notion Setup with Google Assistant. It provides a ubiquitous way to interact with Notion. In particular, this solution opens up new ways to add notes and tasks in Notion via voice commands.
I want to share how I integrate my Weekly Notion Setup with Alfred. It provides a seamless interaction so that I minimize context switching.
My note taking, tasks, and self-organization tools and systems have evolved over the years, and I'm feeling pretty confident that Notion is a keeper. It has this incredible range of flexibility that allows you to mould it to fit your needs. I want to showcase how I use Notion to organize and manage my week.
Slack statuses can be a powerful communication tool for setting up expectations on response times. Using Zapier we look at how we can automate Slack statuses for meetings and focus times.
Todoist does not have strong keyboard navigation and shortcuts. Fortunately, there is a browser extension that augments the web client to support better keyboard navigation. This article outlines how to gain this functionality in a desktop version of Todoist using 'nativefier'.
Learn how to keep your hands on the keyboard, and accomplish mouseless selection and copying in iTerm2. We explore the find and copy approach, along with iTerm2's copy mode.