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Using Action Sets in Drafts
Using Action Sets in Drafts
Drafts has long been in my dock. It is the essential start for almost all of my text: messages, emails, Tweets, notes, post ideas, etc. all start there, and go some where else thanks to the power behind the app’s simplistic interface. The other day, Gabe over at Macdrifter wrote a great post, Getting Drafts … Continue reading Using Action Sets in Drafts →
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Using Action Sets in Drafts
Drafts 4.6
Drafts 4.6
I am constantly finding new things to use my favorite app Drafts. Everything text starts in Drafts, just like this post. All of my lists, my notes, and my thoughts start here. It is a big part of how I get things done at work and at home. I’m also in a quest to automate … Continue reading Drafts 4.6 →
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Drafts 4.6
‎Momento - Diary / Journal
‎Momento - Diary / Journal
‎Introducing Momento — the smart private diary/journal app that helps you capture and collect memories to search, explore, relive and share your life story. Momento not only helps you privately capture moments in just a few taps (with notes, photos, videos, people, places and tags) but it also autom…
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‎Momento - Diary / Journal
‎Day One Journal: Private Diary
‎Day One Journal: Private Diary
‎Apple’s App of the Year with over 15 million downloads and 50,000 5-star reviews globally. From once-in-a-lifetime events to everyday moments, Day One’s elegant interface makes journaling about your life a simple pleasure. New York Times: “It feels almost sacred: A completely private digital space.…
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‎Day One Journal: Private Diary
Named Identifiers
Named Identifiers
I wanted to share with you a quick tip on footnotes. I love using them in my posts, mainly because it’s how I talk.[1] I’ve implemented the use of Bigfoot.js footnotes in my site, and I’ve been happy about it ever since. Recently, I asked about how I can renumber footnotes in my writing when … Continue reading Named Identifiers →
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Named Identifiers
Automated Tables
Automated Tables
When I write most anything, I’m writing in MultiMarkdown. It’s a “superset” of Markdown, giving you more options to create text formatting with ease: features like tables, footnotes, and citations are simple to create, but can greatly enhance your writing. The use of tables is a feature that I don’t often use, but probably should. … Continue reading Automated Tables →
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Automated Tables
Using Drafts As A Main Text Editor
Using Drafts As A Main Text Editor
Drafts — Where text starts on iOS. This has been the tag line for the app since its inception. Many people use this as their single place of text input and output, exporting ideas to other apps for a myriad of reasons. It supports writing styles like MultiMarkdown; it supports scripting via JavaScript and x-callback-url … Continue reading Using Drafts As A Main Text Editor →
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Using Drafts As A Main Text Editor
Lazy Markdown Links With Workflow - jeffmueller.net
Lazy Markdown Links With Workflow - jeffmueller.net
Last week, my internet-buddy Sam asked for a workflow that would scan some text for incomplete Markdown links and present a way to fill in the missing URLs. The links look like this: Something [to link to](). The goal is to let you write without having to stop what you’re doing to hunt down a … Continue reading "Lazy Markdown Links With Workflow"
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Lazy Markdown Links With Workflow - jeffmueller.net