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Automators

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In this episode, David and Rosemary are joined once more by Scotty Jackson. They take a look at home automation related to Focus Modes, and whether or not you can automate a podcast.
Hooray. It's a new WWDC and there are new Automation features! Rose and David are here to preview them all for you.
In this episode, Rosemary and David are joined by author, podcaster, and automator Dan Moren to talk about his automation experiences and solutions.
Rose and David dig deep on all of Automator's varied automation tools.
In this episode, Rosemary and David are joined by Daniel Jalkut, the man in the red sweater behind FastScripts, MarsEdit, and the Core Intuition podcast. Together they ponder the future of AppleScript, the restaurant at the end of the universe,
In this episode of Automators, David and Rosemary look at their favourite automations, most wished for features, and how their automation has evolved in 100 episodes.
Hooray! It's Automation April and Federico Viticci and John Voorhees join the Automators to talk about it, along with some of their favorite automation.
Rose and David have several automation topics on the table in this episode including Shortcuts on the Mac, a Stream Deck check-in, and automating Obsidian. Also, they have thoughts on the new Mac Studio.
In this episode, David asks all the questions and we get into the nitty gritty details of how Rosemary's workflows and systems are being automated. From Hazel to Home Assistant, with a sprinkling of Airtable, there's variety and magic.
Mikah Sargent is using all the automations and joins this week to share some of his favorite Mac, iOS, and home workflows.
There's a new version of Keyboard Maestro with plenty of new automation tools. David and Rose have some great ideas of how to take advantage of the new features.
This week, Rosemary and David are joined by Jeff Richardson: lawyer by day, automator for life.
David's made a few changes and it's time for an Automator-style audit. In this episode Rose and David cover email, task management, calendars, desktop setups, web automation, and more.
David and Rosemary were joined by Dave Hamilton, the man with many automations - from nap time to making a window stay put, there's plenty of fun ideas to steal.
In this episode, David and Rosemary dive into Focus modes, how they use them, and of course, how they automate them - both setting, and automations when they trigger them.
Automating the Holidays has never been easier. Rose and David have a pile of holiday-related automations to make life easier and impress your friends and family.
In this episode, David and Rosemary are joined by Kelly Guimont and dive into getting started with automation, fun seasonal lighting, and the trouble with tribbles, er HomePod mini multiplication.
Ryan J.A. Murphy joins to share automation tips for Obsidian, augmented intelligence, and automated parenting.
Email automation is a thing, but email rules-based automation is another thing entirely.
Micro-Automations! It's those tiny little automations that can make your life easy. We've been building them and today we're sharing them.
In this episode, David and Rosemary cover the automation changes with iOS 15, and look at Shortcuts on the Mac. There's also an powerless automation conumdrum to solve!
iPad expert Chris Lawly joins in to talk about iPad-based automation and where a Mac fits in his workflow.
In this episode of Automators. David and Rosemary dive into Rosemary's updates to her home automation, smart locks, Home Assistant, and even a cute little robot mop...
Jason Snell joins the Automators to talk about his automation journey, some useful automations, and the promise of Shortcuts for Mac.
In this episode of Automators, Rosemary and David are joined by Zach, the creator of JellyCuts - a text IDE for Shortcuts.
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