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GTDJedi Podcast

In our busy lives, time is the ultimate commodity. Check out our podcast for quick insightful tips on how to use technology to simplify your existence.

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP004 - Inbox Heroes

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 04Date: 06/23/15Hosts: Sam Strickland, Clay Russell & Jerry Goldbaum Jedi Tricks from Around the Web (check out our website for links to all these GTDJedi Tricks)20 Uses for Evernote You Probably Haven't Thought of Yet by Emily PriceScreencasts Online Presents: Photos and iCloud Library for iOS by Don McAllisterHow to Manage Received AirDrop Files with Hazel by Jeff BenjaminHow to create good queries in Yosemite's Spotlight by Kirk McelhearnReduce Your Email Workload with the "Three-Email Rule" by Patrick AllanSmart uses for smart albums in Photos for OS X by Lesa SniderInterview with David Allen: Getting Things Done by London RealEmbracing Contexts and Perspectives in Omnifocus Pro by Seth CliffordA New Strategy for the Omnifocus Widget by Clay RussellIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. Last Week Follow Up:Clay cleaned up his widgets. “I will admit it was out of control”. The Big Discussion Email Management Jedi Weapons of Choice Clay - Mailbox by DropboxJerry - Spark by ReaddleSam - CloudMagic Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)@Rockerchicks tweets us for our thoughts on @Evernote making importing notes via email a paid feature for “premium” users only How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussell on twitter or visit my site at TEKSide.net Jerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meSam - @samdakark on twitter In ClosingSubscribe and reviewPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, TEKSideNetwork@gmail.com)The website, productivity tips, etc. (GTDJedi.com)The rest of the network (TEKSide.net)ClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye! Please subscribe to the show in iTunes and take the time to leave us a review and comment. We have a Patreon page. This gives our dedicated and loyal listeners an opportunity to support the podcast for as little as $1 a month. If you would like to support us, visit our support page at www.patreon.com/tekside. Leave us a comment on Twitter @GTDJedi or email the network at TEKSideNetwork@gmail.com. Check out our website at www.GTDJedi.com where we collect some of the best productivity tips from across the internet and put them in one place. Also be sure to check out all our other great podcasts, blogs, photo galleries and the TEKSide store on TEKSide.net. We thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

51mins

24 Jun 2015

Rank #1

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP008 - Cleaning Up

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 8Date: 10/13/15Hosts: Sam Strickland & Clay Russell Jedi Tricks from Around the Web (check out our website for links to all these GTDJedi Tricks) Create Smart Playlists to find which of your songs are in Apple Music, in the Cloud & More by Kirk McElhearnLogging the Omnifocus Tasks You Did Today by Colter ReedWindows to Mac: A Guide to Mac Keyboard Shortcuts by The App Factor If you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big Discussion Cleaning Things Up Jedi Weapons of Choice Clay - Clean My Mac, Omnifocus, iCloudSam - Evernote, Dropbox How to Reach Us Where you can reach the GTDJedi Order Clay - @clayrussell on twitter or visit my site at TEKSide.net Jerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meSam - @samdakark on twitter In Closing Subscribe and reviewPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, TEKSideNetwork@gmail.com)The website, productivity tips, etc. (GTDJedi.com)The rest of the network (TEKSide.net)ClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

52mins

15 Oct 2015

Rank #2

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP038 - Our Top 5 Essential 3rd Party Apps

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 38Date: 04/10/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebSee Just How Awesome Apple Pencil Can Be in Notes - Buster HeinHow to Use Color Coded Calendars on Mac, iPhone & iPad to Maintain Balance in Your Life - Ben LovejoySpam Calls: How to Stop the Robots From Calling Your iPhone or Android by Chris WelchIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionOur Top 5 3rd Party Apps (as if we were only be allowed to have 5)Jerry: 5-Ring, 4-Workflow, 3-August, 2-Dexcom, 1-1PasswordTim: 5-1Password, 4-Instapaper, 3-Overcast, 2-Kindle,1- DueClay: 5-Twitterrific, 4-Money Pro, 3-Workflow, 2-Omnifocus,1-Newton Jedi Weapons of ChoiceRecap of Our Top 5 Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Time 2Tim - Pinswift Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)@colingold tweets: @GTDJedi I don’t know how I ever lived without @draftsapp  thx for a great interview and recommendation. Love the Podcast.@garywilsonexec tweets: @GTDJedi have you guys tried Informant 5 As a task manager/calendar?@BradAWhite tweets: @GTDJedi Would like to know how Jerry organizes Apple notes. Evernote tags and notebooks make sense to me but Looking for an Apple note alternative. How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 9mins

11 Apr 2018

Rank #3

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP049 - Sorting Things Out (A Dev Seg with the Team at Stay Sorted)

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 49Date: 04/09/19Hosts: Clay Russell & guests Harry Ng & Leo TumwattanaThe Dev Seg - FormatGuest: Harry Ng & Leo Tumwattana (Founder & Developer) of Sorted 3Q: Tell us about your company and give us a little on it’s history.A: Team Sorted has two core developers. It started as a personal project when Leo was an in-house consultant at Louis Vuitton.He tried many task managers and to-do list apps and nothing stuck.He later stumbled on the the idea that scheduling is super effective, if it can be done quickly. He thought that he could make an app for himself.Leo: Sorted became an obsessive side project of mine and I eventually even got a patent on some of the gestures used in Sorted³ (mostly because I was curious about the process of getting one). Eventually people around me saw Sorted and wanted to try. Which lead to me releasing a slightly cleaned up version to the App Store as a market test.Q: I want to talk about Sorted³. Can you share with us how this app has evolved over the years and what inspired the change?A: Leo: The initial version (which we now refer as Sorted 2) had a deep learning curve. That’s because I built it for personal use and didn’t have to care about discoverability from the standpoint of a new user. But surprisingly, we still grew a very loyal (fanatical even?) user base. After talking with them and thinking through things more, we redesigned Sorted³ from the ground up for a proper release. Sorted³ has become a task management app designed around the idea of hyper-scheduling. Hyper-scheduling is a highly effective task/time management technique used by the world’s most productive people. It's actually not new, but has not been codified, named and made easy to include as part of everyone's routine.Surprisingly, we found that we had an impact with people with ADHD. We helped them get organized with a simple, repeatable and effective routine that allowed them to focus and get things done. We’re also extremely popular with people juggling multiple aspects of life, people who’ve tried all other task management apps and routines, but failed at having them stick.Q: How do you decide on what features you prioritize with each update?A: It's a mix of a few things.1. Things we've already planned and have been discussing already.2. How many people have been requesting the feature or similar features.3. Listening and discussing with our community of users. (Sometimes they inspire us to rethink ideas.)4. How much effort it will take to implement.5. Whether there is a natural order to the features (A before B, etc.)Q: Who is this app for? What is the target demographic?A: People who wants to get the “right” things done without spending all their time managing their task manager. It's a consumer app.- How do you use this app in your daily life? What is your workflow?The basic Hyper-Scheduling routine1. Every day, schedule your events, tasks and the information you need together and work from that plan.2. Your initial plan does not have to be perfect. A rough schedule will do. So don't over think and over plan it. You can fine tune as your day progresses.3. You should update your schedule multiple times throughout the day to track progress. Adjust to any changes that invariably happens. Use these moments to maintain situational awareness and to fine tune your initial plan.Q: What separates this app from the countless others of it’s type in the store?A: Where most task management apps focuses on helping you make to-do lists, Sorted³ focuses on where you should spend your time through the routine of hyper-scheduling.This means to consider time, duration, and details of each task.Q: How are other people discovering your apps?A: Mostly via App Store. We are honoured to be featured by App Store in many occassions, including Today's Stories App of the Day and Pro Tip. We also win the prize of 2018 Best of Year in China App Store.Q: What methods have proven to be the most successful for getting your app discovered?A: Focus on quality for UI, UX and feature set. Build initial core user group. Be responsive in terms of Customer Service.Q: Is anything lacking in iOS, that is holding you back from any features in your current roadmap?A: One major feature users are looking for: Multi-day View.This may help users to plan ahead over a period of time. We will be looking at the details after releasing the macOS app, which is the biggest feature request by far.Q: Can you enlighten us on what you have in store for the future of this app?A: We are working deliberately on macOS app. This is the #1 request from our user community. We have released an early beta and users can participate in beta by signing up on our website.How to Reach Us(where you can reach the GTDJedi Order)Clay - @clayrussell Harry Ng - @harryworldLeo Tumwattana - @imkulioIn ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunesor Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

54mins

11 Apr 2019

Rank #4

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP047 - Favorite Productivity Tips

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 47Date: 02/19/19Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy BroderJedi Tricks from Around the WebIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi.The Zapier Guide to Email Automation 20 Creative Ways to Use Trello and Organize EverythingTip: stop the Podcasts app from auto-advancing to the next episode from the same show The Big Discussion Our Favorite Productivity TipsJerrySiri - Remind me of thisGoing back to the Mothership - Screens, GoToMyPcPlay with shortcuts - simple and chain actionsOrganize, Organize, OrganizeTimWhen picking a new tool, optimize for the things you do most often. Go deep on those instead of optimizing for edge casesIf a tool isn’t working; you find yourself avoiding it, it’s time for a new tool or methodIf tech repeatedly fails you, go old school. Make a list of what you need to do in the morning. Cross off as you go. The next morning rip off that page, copy of what needs to get done to the days page or a someday maybe listRead the Getting Things Done book. Even if you don’t want to practice GTD, it really helps you think about projects, problems, tasks and break them downClayThe “Daily Folder” Use Alarms for 911 remindersBatch Process EmailMy FlowCapture Everything (Where is your Inbox?)Eliminate, Delegate, AutomateSet PrioritiesTime & EnergyHyper-scheduling - The Hyper-Scheduling Experiment — MacSparkyCommand + “.” Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - 75% of all my apps See my post: TEKTOK Podcast - EP059 - When to Buy, When to Cry - Sweet TEK Pick - I Restored My iPhone — The TEKSide Network Jerry - N/ATim - N/A Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)https://twitter.com/yaakovgoldberg3/status/1095898976996507648?s=12 How to Reach Us (where you can reach the GTDJedi Order)Clay - @clayrussell Jerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunesor Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

54mins

20 Feb 2019

Rank #5

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP003 - Centered on Notification Center

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 3Date: 05/19/15Hosts: Sam Strickland, Clay Russell & Jerry Goldbaum Jedi Tricks from Around the Web (check out our website for links to all these GTDJedi Tricks)10 Tips for Using Notification Center on Mac by Keir ThomasURL Schemes in iOS and OS X by 2DoAppQuick Tip: Send a list of items to Clear using Drafts by Bradley ChambersIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. Last Week Follow Up:Regarding Episode 2 on Photo Management: Clay has figured out his “Faces” dilemma Sam built a workflow to display metadata on photos The Big Discussion Making Sense of Notification Center Jedi Weapons of Choice (our top 3 widgets)Clay - Fantastical, Today Steps & YoBuJerry - Launcher, Fantastical, OneListSam - Wunderlist, Sunrise, Deliveries Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)@Rockerchick - “Don’t laugh but I alphabetize my home screens.” How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussell on twitter, clayrussell.me on Google+ or visit my site at TEKSide.net Jerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meSam - @samdakark on twitter In ClosingPlease subscribe to the show in iTunes and take the time to leave us a review and comment. We have a Patreon page. This gives our dedicated and loyal listeners an opportunity to support the podcast for as little as $1 a month. If you would like to support us, visit our support page at www.patreon.com/tekside. Leave us a comment on Twitter @GTDJedi. Check out our website at www.GTDJedi.com where we collect some of the best productivity tips from across the internet and put them in one place. Also be sure to check out all our other great podcasts, blogs, photo galleries and the TEKSide store on TEKSide.net. We thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

58mins

20 May 2015

Rank #6

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP035 - New iPhone? Let Us Help

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 35Date: 01/17/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebTodoist: A Look Back & A Look Forward by Clay RussellSamsung Galaxy Note: Tips & Tricks (The S-Pen is Mightier Than the Sword) by Pocket-Lint24 Hidden iPhone Settings You Should Know About by Popular ScienceIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionSetting Up a New iPhoneWhat to do first with your old one?Sell, swap, hand down or recycle?Backup via iCloud, via iTunes or both? (pros/cons)iMazingRestore from backup via iCloud or iTunes, new Automatic setup (available in iOS 11) or restore as new? (pros/cons)Counsel from the Council: Tips & Tricks we have learned in regard to setting up your new iPhone Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Rthm, OliviaJerry - BeoPlay, The Podcast App, EverpixTim - AnyList, Flipp How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 15mins

18 Jan 2018

Rank #7

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP052 - The Task Management Process

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 52Date: 07/02Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy BroderJedi Tricks from Around the WebIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi.5 Hidden Twitter Tweaks: Tap for tips to customize your timeline.The Best Time Management Apps to Help You Work Smarter, Not Harder - Real SimpleThis Hidden Trick Lets You Delete Every Email on Your iPhone at Once - iDrop NewsThe Big Discussion Our Process for Managing TasksDo you use a particular system?The capture processOrganizationWhat’s an event?, what’s a task?, what’s a project?, what’s a list item?Where do these go? What apps are you using to organize such items?Do you outline your day?Do you have a review process?Best tools for collaboration?Templates?Will Reminders in iOS 13 enough for your task management needs?Other thoughts?Jedi Weapons of Choice Clay - Sorted 3, Trello, Fantastical 2Jerry - Outlook, Project, Cisco Jabber, Hive, Microsoft Office, MS Project Tim - Omnifocus, Clubhouse, AsanaHonorable Mention: Listener thoughts on Notion?Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Photo Collage Maker & Printer, Kahoot!, Pocket Expense 6Jerry - N/ATim - N/ACounsel from the Council (listener feedback & follow up segment)Tim has answers: finding & Opening files or folders directly faster than the built in toolscontrolling almost every system setting (blue tooth, audio devices, mouse scroll, DND) (some of these are workflows)workflows! Send tweet, interact with Spotify or to do list app, lots of programming ones if you want I can list those,  blogging,  check weather, kill apps, get IPtext expanding built inlaunch apps or groups of apps at onceHow to Reach Us (where you can reach the GTDJedi Order)Clay - @clayrussell Jerry - @JNGoldon twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroderIn ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunesor Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 17mins

4 Jul 2019

Rank #8

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP055 - Taking Care of Business

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode:  55 Date: 10/22/19Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy BroderJedi Tricks from Around the Web •  If you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us  @GTDJedi . •  How to leave the iOS 13 beta program | Cult of Mac •  How to erase your personal information from the internet (it’s not impossible) •  7 Trello Keyboard Shortcuts That Will Make You SwoonThe Big Discussion  •  What apps do we specifically use for business purposes? •  Clay:  Automatic ,  Pulse NCR ,  Rewind ,  DW VMAX ,  iAuditor ,  LogMeIn ,  Whataburger •  Jerry: BlackBerry Work/Access, 1Password,  Citrix Workspace •  Tim: Asana,  Product Board, ClubhouseJedi Weapons of Choice  •  Clay:  Automatic ,  Rewind ,  iAuditor ,  Whataburger •  Jerry:  BlackBerry Work/Access •  Tim: Product BoardBantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices) •  Clay:  None •  Jerry: None •  Tim: NoneHow to Reach Us (where you can reach the GTDJedi Order) •  Clay -  @clayrussell •  Jerry -  @JNGold  on twitter, blogs on  TechMusings.me •  Tim -  @timothybroder In Closing 1. Subscribe and review on iTunes or  Google Play 2. Patreon ( patreon.com/tekside ) 3. Contact ( @GTDJedi , gtdjedi@tekside.net) 4. The website, productivity tips, etc.  tekside.net/gtdjedi 5. The rest of the network  tekside.net 6. Closing •  We thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 12mins

23 Oct 2019

Rank #9

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP037 - Talking Drafts with Jedi Master Greg Pierce

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 37Date: 03/20/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum, Timothy Broder & Special Guest Greg Pierce of @agiletortoise Tim: An ancient Force-wielder whose philosophy predates the Jedi Order Jedi Tricks from Around the Web5 Useful Trello Hacks with Scott Friesen by SimpletivityHow to convert a message into a checklist in Apple Notes by Bradley Chambers38 Things You Should Save in Evernote by The Evernote BlogIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. Feedback & Follow Up@GTDJedi I totally enjoyed episode 36 today. Especially glad to know that Clay is not a woman! His Bantha Fodder was seriously a lol moment. Thanks Jacquie@lavan1234: @TEKSide @JNGold @GTDJedi Looking forward to it. Would like to know how Jerry organizes Apple notes. Evernote tags and notebooks make sense to me but Looking for an Apple note alternative.@BradAWhite: @GTDJedi  New listener and really enjoying the Jedi app battles. I am a omnifocus user and was just wondering what your thoughts are on Email Clients that work well with creating tasks from Emails The Dev SegSpecial Guest Greg Pierce of @agiletortoise Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Vero How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

55mins

21 Mar 2018

Rank #10

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP030 - Health Tracking

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 30Date: 07/18/17Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the Web (check out our website for links to all these GTDJedi Tricks)How to use (and turn off!) in-app ratings and reviews by (iMore) 5 Hidden macOS Features Make Your Life Easier by The Mac ObserverHow to view your calendar while creating an event in Fantastical – The Sweet SetupIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionApps We Use for Monitoring Our HealthFitnessNutritionSpecial NeedsMental HealthLifestyle Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - Health Kit, AutoSleep, Headspace, Lose It!, PeakJerry - OneTouch Reveal, Health Kit, Power SyncTim - Runkeeper, Beyond the Whiteboard, My Fitness Pal, Sleep Pulse 2, Sleep++, Zero, HealthKit, Headspace Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Patch, HiatusJerry - InfltrTim - Cleanly, iShows Books How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 19mins

19 Jul 2017

Rank #11

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP031 - An Array of Topics

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 31Date: 08/23/17Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the Web The Ultimate Guide to Todoist Filters from the Dandy with Lens Blog10 Hidden Features of Todoist  from the Todoist BlogHow to use the new keyboard shortcuts in iOS 11’s Files app | Cult of Mac     &Clay Russell's Mac and iOS setup – The Sweet Setup If you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionFollow-up (Tim)Vacation Home screen (Tim)Notability at a Work Conference (Jerry)Goal & Habit Tracking (Clay) Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - Today, TrelloJerry - NotabilityTim - MyFitnessPal Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Evolve, Dials Calendar, TaskfulJerry - Lose It!, PocketCastsTim - Lose it!, Moment, Tapatalk, Forum Runner How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 10mins

24 Aug 2017

Rank #12

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP054 - Getting Productive with iOS & iPad OS 13

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode:  54 Date: 09/24/19Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy BroderJedi Tricks from Around the Web •  If you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us  @GTDJedi . •  These Mac Mail rules clean up your inbox so you won't have to •  10 ways iOS 13’s Reminders app can turn you into a productivity beast | Macworld •  How to take iOS 13's new PDF screenshots, including text! | Cult of MacThe Big Discussion  •  Getting Productive with iOS & iPadOS 13 •  Shortcuts •  Thoughts on the update? •  Share favorites (either created or from app suggestions) •  Share automations •  App Expose •  Thoughts on the UI & ease of navigation •  Share favorite window setups •  Share Sheet •  Thoughts on the update? •  How are you organizing yours? •  Reminders •  Thoughts on the update? •  Who is this app for? •  What is still missing? •  Others  •  Swipe Keyboard •  Text Formatting Gestures •  Haptic Touch vs 3D TouchJedi Weapons of Choice  •  Clay: Shortcuts •  Jerry: CarPlay •  Tim: PhotosBantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices) •  Clay:  Scriptable  (because I have no idea what I’m doing) •  Jerry: •  Tim:Counsel from the Council (listener feedback & follow up segment) •  TDubZnDhows on Twitter: "@clayrussell @jngold Do either of you gents have a sci-fi book recommendation or two? Your @GTDJedi intro suggests you might." •  Foundation •  Leviathan Wakes How to Reach Us (where you can reach the GTDJedi Order) •  Clay -  @clayrussell •  Jerry -  @JNGold  on twitter, blogs on  TechMusings.me •  Tim -  @timothybroder In Closing 1. Subscribe and review on iTunes or  Google Play 2. Patreon ( patreon.com/tekside ) 3. Contact ( @GTDJedi , gtdjedi@tekside.net) 4. The website, productivity tips, etc.  tekside.net/gtdjedi 5. The rest of the network  tekside.net 6. Closing •  We thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 7mins

26 Sep 2019

Rank #13

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP041 - Noise Reduction

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 41Date: 07/16/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebHow to stop annoying robocalls on your iPhone or Android phone by Chris WelchThese To-Do List Methods Will Help You Finally Get Organized by Anisa Purbasari38 Things You Should Save in Evernote by The Evernote BlogHave a trick you would like to share with us? Simply tweet us @GTDJedi. Feedback & Follow UpAnyone on the iOS 12 beta? Overall thoughts? The Big DiscussionEliminating the Noise & Getting ProductiveBest Environment for ProductivityMaximizing Your Energy & TimeMultitasking vs. Single-taskingNotification SettingsDo Not Disturb SettingsScreen Time GoalsHome Screen Setup Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - Alarm Clock, ForestJerry - Lose It!Tim - Be Focused Pro Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Gemini, MomentJerry - MyFitnessPal, MyNetDiary, Atkins Carb Tracker, CarbsTo Go!Tim - Fidelity How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (https://www.americanexpress.com/)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 30mins

17 Jul 2018

Rank #14

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP043 - App Battle III - Reminders vs Omnifocus 3 vs Todoist

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 43Date: 09/05/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebThe Ultimate Trello for CRM Workflow Breakdown by Britt JoinerThe Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Your Todoist by the Todoist BlogHow to Copy and Paste Multiple Items at Once by ZapierIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionApp Battle: Task Managers: Reminders vs Omnifocus 3 vs TodoistJerry: RemindersRound 1: Native app with full integration with iOSRound 2: Siri everywhereRound 3: Shared lists sync via iCloudTimothy: Omnifocus 3Round 1: Defer tasksRound 2: PerspectivesRound 3: Review processClay: TodoistRound 1: multi-platformRound 2: web integrationsRound 3: natural language input Jedi Weapons of Choice (sponsored by Instabug)Clay - TodoistJerry - RemindersTim - Omnifocus 3 Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - nothingJerry - NadaTim - Housecraft How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

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8 Sep 2018

Rank #15

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP028 - App Battle - iOS Mail vs Airmail vs Newton

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 28Date: 04/25/17Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder The Big DiscussionApp Battles - Battle of the Email ClientsApp Battle Rules:Each Jedi gets 3 attack waves to launch their assault on their enemies. (make a case for their "Weapon of Choice" by emphasizing one particular feature that is considered a strength)A round consists of all 3 Jedi making a case for why their app is the supreme "Weapon of Choice". The other combatants will then have a chance to attack by 1 of two methods.1. Pointing out a flaw in the so-called Jedi attack or promoted app feature.        Or2. Praise their own "Weapon of Choice" by explaining why their app is a more capable weapon in regard to the promoted feature.After 3 rounds are over, the App Battle will be declared by a unanimous decision by all 3 Jedi (which will be unlikely) or alternatively, the victor will be voted on by the listening audience via Twitter or Email. Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - NewtonJerry - iOS MailTim - Airmail Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - no fodder (2 months running)Jerry - iShows TVTim - Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)@HonestQuestion tweets us:@GTDJedi Recommendations on a home inventory app? How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 3mins

2 May 2017

Rank #16

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP046 - Having a Blast With Shortcuts

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 46Date: 01/22/19Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy BroderJedi Tricks from Around the WebUnbelievably Useful Apple Note Tips by DailyTekkHow to Automate Bear with Shortcuts & Siri by blog.bear-writer.comNotion Databases: Workshop by Keep ProductiveIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi.The Big Discussion Shortcuts: Some of Our Favorites(•_•)<)   )╯USE/    \ (•_•)\(   (> THOSE /    \(•_•)<)   )╯SHORTCUTS/    \Jedi Weapons of Choice Clay - Shortcut BlastersJerry - Flight Time, Low Power BT. Combine Photos, Insulin CalculatorTim - All the single ladies, Log it, Tweets to Omnifocus, Car Omnifocus? Text Cannon?Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - Every damn thing, full restoreJerry - Apple PodcastsTim - Top Nine, Locket Photos, ApolloHow to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussell Jerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroderIn ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 3mins

24 Jan 2019

Rank #17

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP042 - Geeking Out With Mac Utilities

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 42Date: 07/31/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the Web5 Must Have Workflows That Anyone Can Use Immediately by TEKSideHow to Use Trello for GTD by ZapierThis great iOS Spotlight trick lets you know everything about a person by Cult of MacIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. SponsorInstabug The Big DiscussionGeeking Out with Our Favorite Mac UtilitiesJerry: Bartender, Magnet, FloatCal, Weatherman,Tim:  TextExpander, Alfred, Eye-Friendly, Bartender, MoomClay: Hazel, Bartender, Rocket, HazeOver, TouchSwitcher Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - Hazel, BartenderJerry - My Big Discussion Mac UtilitiesTim - TextExpander, Alfred Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - AR MeasureKitJerry - Dexcom 5Tim - MagicPlan, RoboKiller, DealDash How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr

3 Aug 2018

Rank #18

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP033 - Watching Forward

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 33Date: 11/01/17Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebHow Do You Find the Perfect Productivity App? By Francesco D’AlessioThe Ultimate Guide to Personal Productivity Methods by The Todoist Blog15 iOS Tricks That Will Amaze You More Than Anything by BloomtimesIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. Feedback & Follow UpUpdate on our GTDJedi Tricks of the Week blog posts. What’s changed & why?Tim got more smart switches. Thoughts and a question for the council: how to handle a hallway with 2 switches The Big DiscussionwatchOS 4My take on my Apple Watch Edition Series 3 with LTEHow has watchOS 4 changed how we use our Apple Watch?What does the future hold for the Apple Watch? Could it become a primary device in the future? And what changes need to be made and what features need to be added for that to become a possibility?Revisiting the Dock: The apps that have earned their placeHow is the Series 0 handling it?Our recommendation to listeners who are on the fence about a purchase? Jedi Weapons of Choice (favorite feature or use case)Clay - Drafts DictationJerry - Workflow - Watch componentTim - Due & Carrot Weather Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - FlipdJerry - eMail - Edison MailTim - FANDOM, MeasureKit How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 12mins

2 Nov 2017

Rank #19

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GTDJedi Podcast - EP039 - Revisiting Widgets

GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 39Date: 05/17/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebAutomate Your Inbox with These Tips, Tools & Templates by ZapierTips For Getting Through All Your Unread Emails by Tom Merritt11 Tips for Working on the iPad by Federico ViticciIf you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionRevisiting Widgets Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - Apple News, Carrot Weather, Alarm.com, Calzy, Timepage CountdownJerry - Carrot Weather, Dexcom, Apple Up Next, Blackberry Work Calendar, Workflow, WebEx, ESPN, AmazonTim - Carrot Weather, My Fitness Pal, Quickswitch, Omnifocus INTRO: (NOT TO BE INCLUDED IN FINAL SHOW NOTES)Hello everyone, it’s the GTDJedi podcast, the show where we discuss the ways in which we lose the clutter, streamline our workflows and make tech work for us in a way that simplifies our lives. I am your host Clay Russell and this is episode #39 on the evening of May 17th, 2018 and I am joined by my multi-task assassins. (MAKE INTRODUCTIONS) Jerry: An RA-7 protocol droid who serves with the Galactic Republic as a navigatorTim: Captain of the Rebel Blockade Runner who was choked to death by Darth Vader GTDJedi Show NotesEpisode #: 39Date: 05/17/18Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder Jedi Tricks from Around the WebAutomate Your Inbox with These Tips, Tools & Templates by ZapierTips For Getting Through All Your Unread Emails by Tom Merritt11 Tips for Working on the iPad by Federico Viticci If you, our listeners, have at trick you would like to share with us, simply tweet us @GTDJedi. The Big DiscussionRevisiting Widgets Jedi Weapons of ChoiceClay - Apple News, Carrot Weather, Alarm.com, Calzy, Timepage CountdownJerry - Carrot Weather, Dexcom, Apple Up Next, Blackberry Work Calendar, Workflow, WebEx, ESPN, AmazonTim - Carrot Weather, My Fitness Pal, Quickswitch, Omnifocus Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - noneJerry - Twitteriffic, Verizon Fios MobileTim - Audiobooks How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye! (apps deleted from our devices)Clay - noneJerry - Twitteriffic, Verizon Fios MobileTim - Audiobooks How to Reach UsWhere you can reach the GTDJedi OrderClay - @clayrussellJerry - @JNGold on twitter, blogs on TechMusings.meTim - @timothybroder In ClosingSubscribe and review on iTunes or Google PlayPatreon (patreon.com/tekside)Contact (@GTDJedi, gtdjedi@tekside.net)The website, productivity tips, etc. tekside.net/gtdjediThe rest of the network tekside.netClosingWe thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!

1hr 7mins

18 May 2018

Rank #20