Alexandre Mouriec

Alexandre Mouriec


Full Stack Developer and Full Time Curious

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Pro tips
Open a specific Notion page faster on IOS

Notion is a really great product but it's sometimes slow to open so that's an issue when you want to write just a short note or write down some quick thoughts.

To do that, you first need the Apple Shortcuts app.


1- Create a new shortcut

2 - Add an URL action and put the Notion page URL you want to access quickly

3 - Add an Open URL action that will open the URL in the Notion app

4 - Choose an icon and add the shortcut to your homescreen for quick access

Go to Inbox Zero more easily

1 - Apply this workflow by Blake Robbins

2 - Unsubscribe for newsletters you don't read

3- Automatically send newsletters to a specific inbox without having them in the Primary Inbox. To do so, when you receive an email, click on the email, click on the 3 vertical dots and on "Filter Messages Like this". Then put the email adress in the From input, then Click "Create filter"

On the next popup, do these 3 steps.

- Click on Skip the Inbox

- Click Mark as read so you don't have an unread number

- Choose the Later Inbox you just created previously

To finish, click Create Filter.

From now on, all the emails coming from this newsletter will go directly to this inbox without cluttering your main inbox. Enjoy! I have using this workflow for a couple years and really like it.

Automatically send RSS Feed articles to Pocket

I stopped checking Feedly and Reeder by reducing the number of publications I read and use their RSS Feeds to send articles automatically to Pocket

Send longform articles from Pocket to Kindle

Use the Send to Kindle Chrome extension to send your articles to your Kindle and then read without any distractions from anywhere without needing your phone

Study for exams with your Kindle

If you use your computer to write during class, you are probably also using your computer during study sessions but it can be distracting sometimes.

Instead, export your Class materials in ePub format and put them on your Kindle thanks to Calibre and study better without any distraction. I have used it a lot to study before my law exams and it worked really well. Be sure to put an ePub and not a PDF to be able to change font size and other settings

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