GTDJedi Show Notes
Episode #: 29
Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder
Jedi Tricks from Around the Web (check out our website for links to all these GTDJedi Tricks)
- How to view your calendar while creating an event in Fantastical – The Sweet Setup
- How to set Droplr files to self destruct after a set period – The Sweet Setup
- Slack Without Slacking: How to Automatically Update Your Slack Status by zapier.com
- How to automate Day One entries using IFTTT – The Sweet Setup
- Never Be Late or Forget a Task Again with “Take Control of Calendar and Reminders” by tidbits.com
- 5 hidden tips to speed up your iPhone instantly by appgyaan.com
- How to turn anything into a PDF on your iPhone or iPad | Cult of Mac
- 5 Useful Trello Hacks with Scott Friesen | Simpletivity
- How to send a starred Slack message to Todoist – The Sweet Setup
- IFTTT: (If) You’d Like to Automate Evernote, (Then) You Should Try These by blog.evernote.com
- How to report phone numbers to Nomorobo – The Sweet Setup
- If you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi.
Feedback & Follow Up
I polled our Twitter followers to find out what their go-to apps were to get a sense of who wins in particular app categories (native or 3rd party). Here are the results.
Notes: Native with Bear Notes a close 2nd (Bear is an Apple Design Award winner)
Tasks: Native Reminders & Things go neck & neck (Things is an Apple Design Award Winner)
Calendar: Fantastical gets edge on Native
Twitter Client: Tweetbot dominant
Podcast Client: Pocket Casts
Airmail 3 from Episode 28, won an ADA
The Big Discussion
With WWDC behind us, the GTDJedi Council examines which categories of 3rd party apps may have been “sherlocked”.
Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)
How to Reach Us
Where you can reach the GTDJedi Order
Contact (@GTDJedi, firstname.lastname@example.org)
The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjedi
The rest of the network tekside.net
We thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!