I hate it when I when my inbox is all cluttered up with emails I don’t need to read immediately or take action on. So I use labels and filters to keep my inbox uncluttered and keep my attention focused where it should be. Here I show you how to set up and use them by example.
If you spend too much time checking on updates form your favorite websites, using Feedly can help. Learn how to consolidate updates from those websites in one place where you can check them quickly and efficiently. Feedly: http://feedly.com/ RSS article on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS Add to Feedly Chrome Extension: (removed due to the plugin being bought and filled with adware) RSS Handler for… Read more →
Nobody uses Facebook to preserve their precious photos do they? Well, that might not be the best place to do it. If you or someone you love does, back them up to Dropbox using IFTTT. Dropbox Link IFTTT Episode covering setting up and feeling comfortable with IFTTT
Automating an email with an attachment has never been easier. See how to do it using Dropbox, Gmail and IFTTT in this video. Marc takes you step by step through setting up a recipe on IFTTT that watches a folder on Dropbox and emails out any files added to it as attachments automatically. Dropbox Link IFTTT
Marc goes through the inspiration for CTC by showing how he reduced steps in sending out meeting minutes using Gmail and Google Docs. Sorry for the outro. I’ve been watching Soldier Knows Best too much lately. YouTube Link
The first episode of Clearing the Cloud, making the Internet work for you. In this episode we make an IFTTT account and create our first recipe, which will post anything from a Facebook Page to Twitter. http://ifttt.com/ YouTube Link