Apple’s very own Reminders.app, available on OS X, iOS and iCloud, comes with a very neat yet helpful feature: intelligent interpretation of a new reminder/to-do text!
What does this mean?
Look at below examples: when you type a new reminder and include date & time in the text, the Reminders App will automatically recognize this as the due date of the new reminder and update the entry accordingly. This is not only much simpler and faster than setting due dates manually, but also more natural.
Just recently I found out about the awesome Twitter Statistics that you can activate for your Tweets. With this feature, Twitter gives you great insights about the reach and interactions of every single Tweet you publish – and of course sums it all up in a nice Dashboard. And the best: it comes at no costs!
Here are the 2 simple steps how you can turn on the Twitter Analytics on your account:
- Go to the Twitter Analytics homepage at https://analytics.twitter.com/
- Login with your Twitter account
- Done, Twitter Analytics are now activated for your Twitter account!
How can I verify, that Twitter Analytics is working?
Since some time I noticed an issue with Safari 8 on OS X 10.10 Yosemite and Facebook Single-Sign-On Login Buttons on websites not working anymore. Basically on all sites which are providing the possibility to log in using your Facebook account, such as airbnb.com or pinterest.com and many others, I wasn’t able to log in anymore…
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Here are some cheats & codes for three old Game Boy games I achieved to retrieve a long time ago. The only purpose of this blog post is, that I can finally throw away the paper notes I took many, many years ago
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I recently installed the new OS X 10.10 Yosemite and this new behavior really startet getting on my nerves: whenever I connected my iPhone or iPad to the Mac, it always launched iPhoto! I checked the iPhoto settings and felt like I had turned everything off related to this behavior… Turns it, I hadn’t.
In order to prevent iPhoto from launching in OS X 10.10 Yosemite when connecting an iOS device, make sure you change the following 2 settings are set to “No application”.
Because I just couldn’t find ANYTHING close to this on the interwebz, I had to put together a simple AppleScript to batch rename files myself:
Simple AppleScript to easily batch rename multiple files sequentially. GUI asks the user to select files and input a name before renaming.