@Upsetshrimp@lemmy.ml
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I feel like productivity is a trap for me. When i try and capture it i get sucked into over optimizing.

So my guiding force here is simplicity. I use obsidian for ALL of my notes, lecture notes, literature notes and todos. Even my electronics project docs go in there.

Emacs with minimal plugins for serious text manipulation (still learning!)

And index cards for my day to day jot stuff down, becayse they’re easy to referance! (Dimensions for woodworking, pinouts for soldering, conclusions from my study sessions, etc.) And then when i get to it i transfer that to obsidian.

I find that the more productivity methods i have, the less productive i am, so just find the simplest thing that works and stick with that imo :D

@onoffled@lemmy.ml
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The two tools I really cannot do without are :

  • Joplin for markdown notes (encrypted and synced through nextcloud)
  • Copyq for clipboard history and automation based on the clipboard content
Amicese
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I struggle with ADHD and Autism; so I struggle to get stuff done.

  • Any OS that uses Linux as the kernel; they are much better than Windows, and I get to customize the OS to my needs.

    • StumpWM for my window manager. Tiling Window Managers takes the load off my executive dysfunction. It also has a evaluation command that runs lisp code, so I can easily do calculations for math (home)work.
  • emacs; it is a much nicer environment for me than VSCode.

    • org-mode. It’s a nicer format for organization.
@greensand@lemmy.ml
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I’m surprised Org-mode (Emacs) hasn’t been mentioned here yet. If you’re more on the minimalistic side, a simple txt-file also works

Mossy
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I use GNOME and I write all my notes in markdown. I think that the thing that keeps me the most productive is my use of workspaces; something I picked up when I spent a year with I3 and BSPWM

Lionel C-R
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A tiling manager (i3), vim with some plugins and fish shell are the tools that make me save the most time everyday I would say. Aliases and scripts for repetitive commands/tasks, ansible playbooks for automated/centralized configuration.

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