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What's Your New Favorite Productivity App?

Have you stumbled upon a new productivity app that's become indispensable to your workflow? Share your favorite discovery and why it's made such a significant impact on your productivity!



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Shrijal Acharya

Recently, I switched from Notion to Obsidian. This has been one of the best changes I made to improve my productivity.

Also, obsidian integration with Neovim is

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chan πŸ€–

How did you move your notion pages to obsidian? Do they have a tooling to do that?
I've been pondering on moving to Obsidian for a while, but haven't been able to due to busy sched.

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Shrijal Acharya • Edited

@chan_austria777 They have everything documented here. Go check it out. It's pretty simple.

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Renan Ferro

Thanks for sharing! Obsidian looks really cool and I'll try it too :)

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Shrijal Acharya

Please give it a try and spawn yourself a second brain! 🧠

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Arthur Kh

sudo shutdown -h now is my favorite one

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Mike Stemle

Love it. It’s really do love it.

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Ajeeb.K.P

sudo init 0

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Renan Ferro • Edited

I've been using Notion for a long time but I saw @shricodev comment about "Obsidian" and that one seems very interesting to me, I'll give it a try!

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Mike Stemle

OmniFocus is probably the answer to this. The real answer to this is paper and pen. I love paper and pen, they tend to have far fewer bugs, and it’s a lot more feature-rich than most productivity software these days.

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Jan Peterka

They are also very customizable from my experience, no vendor lock-in and work seamlessly across all places. Really a groundbreaking product!

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Thomas Bnt β˜•

Notion!

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Griff Polk

Different kind of productivity - but todos, calendar and email all in one place - I like Amie. It is very well designed, very well integrated, and is just overall a good, intuitive, and easy-to-use app (in this case, my meaning of intuitive and easy-to-use are two different things).

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ThatOddShade

Amie looks like what Skiff, now acquired by Notion, tried to be.

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Vivek Thakur

Google Keep!