Next screencasts: your feedback wanted!
I’m currently trying to figure out which longer screencast to do next. To find out whether a project will be successful I use several products, e.g. Google Trends and Google’s Keyword Tool. Most important is "human generated" feedback, which may be the tipping point for a project. I did Hazel, because I just had to. People wanted it.
Therefore I would really appreciate if you take the time and answer below what app you are most interested in seeing a longer-ish tutorial.
You can also tweet me at @macscreencasts, Google+ or Facebook me.
What’s your most confusing/favorite/best app? What thing about your Mac/iPhone do you have most problems with and want to have someone tell you about?
I’m giving a couple of my favorite options as example.
- Automator: The app is so confusing for most people, but it is so powerful and awesome if you get it. The Automator stuff I did is among my most popular screencasts.
- OmniFocus: I would lean towards “GTD as I see and use it”. I’m giving a fairly popular presentation under the title “Zettting Things Done” occasionally. This would probably make a good part of this tutorial. Although the presentation isn’t about OmniFocus, but gives a more general introduction to the topic “how do I get less sucky at managing my time”.1
- Scrivener: I’ve added Scrivener to the list just recently. If you glance at Trends the app is now more popular than OmniFocus and Automator. Keep in mind that Automator is an Apple product!
These options on Google Trends.
Let’s not start the “you can’t manage your time”-discussion here, OK? ↩