Spotlight is one of the easiest ways to launch files, folders, apps, and more on your Mac. You can bring it up with a keyboard shortcut (Cmd + Space) or by clicking on the magnifying glass icon in the menu bar. This native macOS feature also comes in handy when you want to look up
Todoist is one of the best cross-platform apps for task management. The free version of the app is robust in itself, but if you sign up for one of the premium plans, you get access to everything from reminders, comments, and file uploads, to labels, filters, and templates. Of course, regardless of the pricing tier
Hunting for a job? You’ll need to stay prepared for interviews conducted over both voice and video calls. These are quite common as a precursor to, and sometimes a replacement for, a face-to-face interview. Phone-based interviews can be just as nerve-wracking as in-person interviews. So, do the same rules apply to both? Yes and no.
Scrivener is one of the best environments for long-form writing. You can rely on its solid organizational features to manage research papers, novels, manuals, plays, scripts, and more. Whether you want to dig into a specific snippet of writing or get a bird’s-eye view of everything you’ve written, Scrivener has the right set of tools to make
Powerful, efficient, and highly configurable—that’s Vim in a nutshell for you. This cross-platform command line text editor has been around for ages and has a solid online community you can look to for help. The best part is that Vim is free and open source. If you have only dabbled in Vim until now, the