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Tip - Zoom

Date: 7th April 2020

Duration: 41:57

Show ref: SCOM0932

Zoom is an extremely popular video conferencing application, that is used by the British government for press conferences, as well as by schools, universities, and businesses around the world.

In this special tip show, Rosemary shows you how to configure Zoom and quickly host your first meeting, even before creating an account. She then goes on to show you many of its great features including the ability to schedule recurring meetings, create templates that make hosting the same type of meeting or webinar more efficient, how to use the built-in chat, and much, much more. You also learn the many settings Zoom offers to customize your experience.

Some privacy-sensitive issues where Zoom installed a local server on your Mac, or the iOS app sending data to Facebook, have both been resolved and should no longer be a concern for users.

Tip - Peek-a-View

Date: 31st March 2020

Duration: 07:58

Show ref: SCOM0930

This week, Rosemary tells you all about Peek-a-View, an app designed to let you show your photos to others, but without the risk of them deleting or sharing your images. When combined with Guided Access mode on iOS, Peek-a-View becomes a view-only photo collection that's perfect for toddlers.

Fantastical 3

Date: 27th March 2020

Duration: 40:47

Show ref: SCOM0929

In the first video of a two-part series, Lee starts to take a deep dive into the new version of Fantastical, by Flexibits. Fantastical 3 has added a lot of premium features and in this screencast, you learn how to get started with the application on all platforms. First by understanding the new licensing model, installing the app, and adding calendar accounts.

Lee also goes over creating and editing new events, adding calendars within an account, how to create Calendar Sets, as well as subscribing to external calendars that focus on your key interests.

Tip - Book Track

Date: 24th March 2020

Duration: 11:21

Show ref: SCOM0928

This week, Lee shows you a new application designed to keep track of the books you currently own or wish to buy in the future, and that's Book Track. Although he focuses on the iOS version, it's also available for the Mac, and your library stays in sync across your devices using iCloud.

You learn how to add both physical and digital books to your library, import from a third-party application, as well as organise your library with tags. Book Track also keeps track of the books you've read.

Pushcut

Date: 20th March 2020

Duration: 44:54

Show ref: SCOM0927

In this screencast, Rosemary opens the door to another level of personal automation with Pushcut for iOS. From simply adding options when setting a HomeKit scene, to diving all the way into the deep end with an automation server, Rose provides plenty of automation ideas to tickle your fancy.

Pushcut works by sending notifications to let you run your automations. You can connect these to times or locations (or even to web services like Zapier or Integromat) to trigger shortcuts based on other events.

Tip - Dark Noise for iOS

Date: 10th March 2020

Duration: 07:59

Show ref: SCOM0924

In this episode, Rosemary introduces you to Dark Noise, a refined ambient noise app on iOS.

You can listen to one of 42 different noises, set up a sleep timer, and tweak a whole host of settings to make the app work just the way you want.

Pocket

Date: 6th March 2020

Duration: 41:14

Show ref: SCOM0923

In this video, Lee walks you through a popular Read It Later service that has been around for a long time, and was covered here last in 2013, and that's Pocket.

We don't always have time to read articles as we discover them, so sending them to a service like Pocket for reading at our leisure enables us to maximise the time that we have. You learn how to add content, discover new articles, organise them with tags, and consume them by either reading or listening. Lee also shows you how to view your collection using filtered lists, share content with friends, and much more.

Finances 2

Date: 28th February 2020

Duration: 33:20

Show ref: SCOM0921

In this video, Rosemary shows you how to use Finances 2 for Mac, iPad and iPhone. Finances is a financial software application that can let you track all of your income and expenses across multiple apps and see which categories take up the most when it comes to your money.

Finances offers both automatically generated graphs as well as a traditional register or spreadsheet-like view. It comes with two templates to help you get started with personal or business accounting and lets you attach scans, screenshots or photos of invoices to transactions to keep everything running smoothly. On iOS it also has support for template transactions and Siri Shortcuts, to let you track the flow of your money with just a few taps.

Tip - JustWatch for iOS

Date: 11th February 2020

Duration: 10:28

Show ref: SCOM0916

When you want to watch a movie or TV Programme, but cannot remember the streaming service you need to go to in order to view, it can be a source of frustration. JustWatch is an iOS application and web service that allows you to search for media titles and present a list of options for streaming or purchasing.

Lee shows you in this week's tip how to create a JustWatch account, browse for new and popular content, Search for individual titles. You also learn how to configure filters and set up a watchlist that syncs to your other devices.

Microsoft To Do

Date: 7th February 2020

Duration: 40:14

Show ref: SCOM0915

In this video, Lee introduces a task management application that has recently undergone a change of ownership.

Formerly known as Wunderlist, Microsoft To Do is a cross-platform task management solution that allows you to make quick lists of tasks that require completion. You learn how to create tasks and lists, configure notifications, use attachments and notes, and collaborate with others. Lee also walks you through the configuration of Siri Shortcuts to add tasks to lists on the move. After switching to the Mac, he wraps up with a short section that shows how Outlook and To Do work together.

Tip - Streaks

Date: 28th January 2020

Duration: 08:18

Show ref: SCOM0912

Creating and establishing habits is hard, and it's easy to fall off the bandwagon if you don't have a little help.

In this week's tip, Rose shows you how Streaks for iOS can help you choose and track your habits. You learn about its integration with the Health app for automated tracking, as well as setting up timers for habits like "Read for 10 minutes."

Tip - CheapCharts for iOS

Date: 21st January 2020

Duration: 08:29

Show ref: SCOM0910

This tip video is all about CheapCharts, a handy iOS application that helps you track prices of iTunes media, including movies and TV programmes, as well as books, audiobooks and apps. Focusing on movies in this tip, Lee shows you how to browse content currently on sale, create targeted filters, and set up price alerts. You also learn how to keep track of specific actors and directors, whilst keeping on top of notifications so you can take advantage of the best deals on movies you love.

Unibox Mail Client

Date: 10th January 2020

Duration: 41:21

Show ref: SCOM0907

In this tutorial, Rosemary walks you through Unibox, a modern email client for Mac and iOS.

Unibox's fresh approach groups your emails by sender rather than chronologically. Alongside many of the things you would expect of your mail program, it incorporates unique features. These include an attachment view which you can filter by type, a clever way to compose emails and keep track of your drafts in one window, as well as flexible swipe gestures on iOS so you can quickly process your inbox.

Tip - Bobby for iOS

Date: 31st December 2019

Duration: 06:29

Show ref: SCOM0904

Do you have a few different subscriptions to keep track of?

This week's tip video shows you how Bobby for iOS can help you stay on top of any subscriptions or even regular bills you have. With reminders, custom intervals, and even suggested bills there's plenty to love.

MarginNote 3

Date: 27th December 2019

Duration: 46:27

Show ref: SCOM0903

In this episode, Lee shows you how to use the macOS version of MarginNote 3, a study aid that allows you to annotate a variety of text-based file types, as well as extract content to provide a more focused view on a topic.

You learn how to import documents, notes from Evernote, web pages, as well as annotate and highlight text. Lee also goes over creating mind maps to link subjects and ideas together, and shows you how to create a flashcard deck to test your understanding of a topic.

Tip - Just Timers

Date: 24th December 2019

Duration: 06:32

Show ref: SCOM0902

In this tip video, Lee shows you a handy little utility application for iOS that allows you to create multiple timers and give them unique names. This allows them to be activated by Siri with ease.

Tip - What's New in OmniFocus 3.4 for iOS

Date: 17th December 2019

Duration: 11:16

Show ref: SCOM0900

A special guest this week: Tim Stringer. Tim has been a contributor to ScreenCastsOnline before, covering Daylite, but for this week he brings us up to date with the improvements to OmniFocus 3.4 on iPhone and iPad. Since contributing to ScreenCastsOnline, Tim has set up his own video tutorial service, Learn OmniFocus. You can learn more about this terrific service at the end of these show notes, along with a special offer for ScreenCastsOnline members.

OmniFocus 3.4 is a significant update that taps into new functionality that Apple introduced in iOS & iPadOS 13. Most notably, it's now possible to automate OmniFocus in many new ways, thanks to enhancements to Shortcuts.

Tip - Grocery for iOS

Date: 3rd December 2019

Duration: 12:18

Show ref: SCOM0896

In this week's tip video, Lee introduces you to an iOS application that can intelligently create shopping lists: Grocery.

You will learn how to create shopping lists and configure different stores with geofencing data. Lee also shows you how to configure stock levels and expiry dates for your inventory, as well as create recipes, complete with ingredients and timers.

Tip - CalZones

Date: 26th November 2019

Duration: 08:40

Show ref: SCOM0894

This week, Lee introduces you to CalZones, an iPadOS & iOS application that helps solve the problem of scheduling appointments with people across different time zones.

You learn how to add and remove time zones, as well as create and view appointments. Lee also shows you how to set up the widget for quickly viewing time zone information, and configure the different versions of the Apple Watch complications.

Tip - LookUp for iOS

Date: 12th November 2019

Duration: 09:30

Show ref: SCOM0890

In this tip video, Lee walks you through the features of a dictionary application on iOS called LookUp.

As well as learning how to find definitions of words and phrases, Lee shows you how to leverage other functionality within this clever utility. This includes translations, creating collections, configuring Siri Shortcuts, and much more.