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Productived.net discusses productivity in the digital world. I put my thoughts on relevant apps, workflows, and ideas to maximize my productivity in my daily work as an academic.
- 2022-10-12: Bike Outliner now with Rich Text Support
- 2022-09-07: Craft.do now available for Windows
Using DataviewJS to dynamically create multiple tables
In this article, I will discuss how to use DataviewJS to create multiple headings and tables in a row from a single Dataview embed.Read More...
My favorite resources on Obsidian
Obsidian and especially the ecosystem around Obsidian plugins and themes is blooming. Therefore, I have been searching around Obsidian and have collected some materials around this ecosystem. In this article, I discuss a number of places worthy to look at (except my website, of course ;-)).Read More...
More thoughts on streaks and gamification of habits
As I blogged recently I have been reading the book Atomic Habits and rethought some daily processes in terms of how I approach habits.Read More...
My thoughts on Atomic Habits
Recently I really got into non-fiction books. I picked up a couple of productivity/self-help kind of books along the way. One is Atomic Habits by James Clear.
I won't go into a "full" book review, nor will I summarize the whole books. There's probably several websites which already have done so, so I'll keep this section short. I will split this article in half: First some initial thoughts on the book which stood out to me, and then how I implemented some ideas from the book into my daily life.Read More...
My gripe with no end-to-end Encryption in productivity apps
One of my biggest issues with many new productivity tools in the cloud is actually my data privacy when using them. While I would love to play around with fancy new tools like Craft or Roam, I will not put any real work related information in these tools.Read More...
Working with inline fields in Dataview
I am using Dataview in Obsidian to create some light automation in Obsidian, similar to what you could do in something like Notion. There's an inline syntax for settings fields.Read More...