The Shortcuts app on iPhone and iPad is great for creating simple and complex automations. If you’re uncomfortable making your own, though, there are some custom-made third-party shortcuts available online….
If you regularly use different watch faces for different times of the day, you might be tired of switching between them manually. What if Apple Watch did this automatically? Here how to automatically change your Apple Watch f…
Reminders on the iPhone and iPad is a simple, no-nonsense task-management app. Sometimes, though, simplicity comes at a cost. One glaring example is the Reminders app doesn’t automatically delete old reminders. Fortunately, t…
Shortcuts, the built-in automation app on iPhone and iPad, gained new automation features in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. Now, you can automatically launch a shortcut every time you open an app. Here’s how to set it up….
Apple doesn’t let you change the default browser on your iPhone or iPad. If you tap a link, it will open in the Safari app. Instead of doing the copy-paste dance, use this shortcut to automatically open links in Chrome….
It’s always been tedious to open a specific page of the Settings app on the iPhone and iPad. It doesn’t help that the search feature isn’t particularly fast. Here’s how you can quickly open a Settings page using Shortcuts on …
Netflix is a great streaming service that has tons of content, from your favorite shows to original content. The streaming service allows you to use certain keyboard shortcuts, in case you’re limited on your mouse usage….
The Caps Lock key takes up prime keyboard real estate, and it isn’t pulling its weight. This easy AutoHotkey script will turn Caps Lock into a modifier key so you can use it for customizable shortcuts….
The Office Key is a new key that you’ll find on Microsoft keyboards. It lets you quickly launch apps like Word, but you can remap it with AutoHotkey to act as an extra modifier key or disable the app shortcuts altogether….
If you’re moving between rooms in your office or home, you might need to switch between Wi-Fi networks or Bluetooth devices manually. Here’s how you can speed up the process of selecting the network using the Control Center o…
No one likes to do things the hard way, which is why we have keyboard shortcuts! We’re going to look at the shortcuts you can use in Google Slides and save yourself some time.
No one likes to do things the hard way, which is why we have keyboard shortcuts! We’re going to look at the shortcuts you can use in Google Sheets to save yourself some time.
Keyboard shortcuts are the best way to speed up and increase productivity for any task, as they limit your time spent opening menus and settings. Luckily, Google Chrome has a myriad of them designed to increase efficiency bro…
Nobody likes to do things the hard way which is why they created keyboard shortcuts! We’re going to take a look at shortcuts that you’re able to use in Google Docs to shorten the time it takes to use everyday actions….
Windows 10 still lets you create desktop shortcuts to applications, files, folders, and even websites. Desktop icons may a little out of fashion, but they’re still useful as part of a nicely organized desktop….
Alt+Tab lets you switch between open windows, but there’s more to it than that. The Alt+Tab switcher has other useful-but-hidden keyboard shortcuts. These tips apply to both Windows 10 and 7.
Did you know your keyboard has a menu key? On full-size keyboards, you’ll find it to the left of your right Ctrl key. This key opens context menus, but you can tweak it to make it more useful.
Forget emoji. Windows 10’s May 2019 Update added kaomoji like (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻ and (ヘ･_･)ヘ┳━┳. Use a hidden keyboard shortcut to select your favorite kaomoji and input them in any app—no copy-…
Your Mac’s Magic Keyboard has an Eject key, but it doesn’t need one because modern Macs don’t have any drives to eject. You can repurpose that key to make it do something more useful, and we’re going to show you how….
Using emoji is easy on your phone, and it can be just as easy on your Mac. Add an emoji viewer to your Mac’s menu bar for easy access to emoji, symbols, and more with just a couple of clicks.
If you’re a dedicated user of Gmail or Yahoo! Mail, but you have to use Outlook.com for some reason, you can change Outlook’s keyboard shortcuts to match the ones you know and love from Gmail or Yahoo! Mail….
AutoHotkey is a fantastic but complicated piece of software. It was initially intended to rebind custom hotkeys to different actions but is now a full Windows automation suite.
Unless you’re prone to yelling on the Internet, you probably don’t use Caps Lock for much. That’s weird since it’s right next to a bunch of useful modifier keys. Here’s how to make Caps Lock as handy as the others….
MacOS applications are installed a bit differently than Windows. Since they’re almost always single .app files, you can move them around your hard drive much easier. Here’s how to track down the ones you lost….
People might be calling each other less, but we still use our phones for communicating over services like iMessage. Why not give your contacts nicknames for easier calling and texting? It makes them quicker to find and looks …