I’ve been asked what Dropmark is and how I use it, so here we go. TL;DR: it’s a service for bookmarks, file sharing, and collaboration, and it’s replaced a few things for me. I really like it.
A quick shortcut to save a ton of time and clear the slate, as it were.
It can automatically identify many types of objects and even, with a little training, people.
The AirPods certainly aren’t perfect for everyone; what is? But they fit my needs very, very well, and I’m an extremely happy owner. I hope these tips and perks help if you own or decide to pick up your own set.
If you attach a lot of photos, links, or documents in Notes, there’s an easy way to view them all in one place on your iPad, iPhone, and Mac.
This will make your favorite places appear at the top of search results and always on the map at certain zoom levels.
I finished my experiment, and things have gone well. iCloud Drive works for my needs, but it certainly isn’t without some drawbacks. Here are some snags to be aware of when using iCloud Drive, things I hope Apple addresses soon.
To catch everyone up: A while ago, I wrote about paying for too many clouds that are getting too Venn-diagram-y for my comfort and wallet. Dropbox and iCloud are two of my most expensive and […]
Siri for Mac has a few unique tricks, like searching for “files I worked on last week” and opening specific folders.