Vacation season is upon us, and in-person conferences are opening up again. If you’re going away, make sure to write an effective out-of-office message so you don’t end up working remotely the entire time. We have tips at:
Austin Mac Works Blog: Productivity
If you’re having discussions about when and how to reopen your organization’s office, it’s worth thinking—and talking to us—about the role your IT infrastructure plays in such discussions. Learn more at:
Did you know that Apple makes it easy to digitize your signature so you can sign digital documents without having to print them first? Use these instructions to make your signature available on all your Apple devices.
We recommend you delete the QuickBooks app due to the fact that Intuit has stopped updating it. You can continue to access your account via browser.
Why are video calls so exhausting when all you’re doing is sitting around and talking? Here’s the word from Stanford University researchers, along with advice on making those non-stop calls less tiring.
Format painting is tiring. Learn how to use keyboard shortcuts to paste your desired text and automatically match the text around it.
When sharing your screen online, would you be embarrassed if your clients, colleagues, or bosses saw what’s on your Mac—your desktop picture, screen saver, browser tabs, email notifications, or Messages conversations? Here’s what to watch out for.
Annoyed by the constant onslaught of Web ads? We explain the economics behind online advertising and offer practical tips for limiting the number of ads you see while not breaking other sites.
If you have been collecting fonts forever, you likely have some PostScript Type 1 fonts. Those will soon stop working in Photoshop. Here’s how to move on.
Fujitsu has released ScanSnap Manager V7 with MacOS Catalina support for the previously orphaned ScanSnap S1500, S1500M, S1300, and S1100 models.