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You can also respond to rich notifications with natural language processing. The main app provides more details related to your tasks and projects, allowing you to review tasks and projects, create new ones using dictation and much more.

If you choose to install the Todoist glance, you’ll be able to quickly see how many tasks you have due for the day simply by swiping up from the watch face.

In addition to the glance, two of your most important views—the Inbox and Today—are there right at the top of the main app, which ensures you don’t miss out on anything of importance.

Using hidden menus available through Force Touch, Todoist for Apple Watch makes it easy to zero in on projects, labels and filters, with the Filters view listing only tasks assigned to you.

Adding a new task from your wrist is easy with dictation, but here’s the real kicker: Todoist will recognize any natural language you input to the task, including due dates.

When you happen to be near a certain location defined in your task, or at the exact date or time associated with your task, Todoist will send a gentle reminder to your wrist in the form of a gentle buzz.

You can then snooze or complete a task from the notification itself, or even dictate a response such as “postpone to tomorrow.”

If someone assigns you a new task, invites you to a new project or more, you’ll also receive related notifications on your wrist.

Check out the Apple Watch component in action in the video below.

The 18.6-megabyte app requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 8.0 or later.

With today’s update, Todoist tasks, to-dos and reminders flow freely between your Mac, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac devices.

Todoist 10.1 changelog:

Todoist for Apple Watch

Dictate tasks, deadlines, and recurring due dates with Voice Command: The time it takes to get your ideas out of your head and onto your to-do list is virtually eliminated.

Receive reminders based on your tasks’ due date and time or at a specific location: There’s nothing more distracting than the nagging worry you’ll forget something important. Now, you can rest easy knowing your Apple Watch will give you reminders when and where you need them right on your wrist. There’s no chance you’ll forget them.

View your next upcoming task in Glance View: Do away with distractions and focus on the one thing you really need to get done.

Get access to all of your projects, task lists, labels, and filters: Use these lists to turn unproductive moments (like standing in line and riding the bus) into valuable opportunities to review your upcoming to-dos.

Today and Share Extensions updates

Today Widget: While not much has changed on the surface, we did a ton of behind-the-scenes work to make the Today Widget faster, smoother, and more reliable. We think it’s going to make a huge difference when you want to manage your tasks quickly without having to launch the app.

Share Extension: Our Share extension allows you to save pretty much any item from any of your iOS apps in Todoist. For this update, we completely rebuilt the UI to make it faster and much more pleasant to capture tasks from anywhere on your iPhone or iPad. We also added in our intelligent new date parser so you can add even your most complex recurring due dates right from the Share extension screen.

Download Todoist free in the App Store.

The Mac edition is available free in the Mac App Store.

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Apple Watch Mindfulness App: Everything You Need To Know

Read more: Apple Watch buyer’s guide – everything you need to know


The Apple Watch Mindfulness app is an Apple app that reminds you on a regular basis to take a break for 60 seconds and breathe. This is something we can all do discreetly, no matter where we are and what we’re doing. The app then registers the 60 seconds in the iPhone Health app.


How to use the Mindfulness app on the Apple Watch

How to turn off Mindfulness notifications on the Apple Watch

How to use the Mindfulness app on the Apple Watch

You can find the Mindfulness app by pressing the crown dial on the side of the Apple Watch. Scroll down the list of installed apps until you get to M, and you should find Mindfulness. If not, ensure your Apple Watch is updated to the latest version, or install it from the App Store on your Watch. You may have uninstalled it.

When you open it, you can either choose Reflect or Breathe. Both are self-explanatory. Reflect forces you to sit for 60 seconds and just contemplate things. Breathe makes you focus on your breathing.

Reflect gives you something on the screen to think about for 60 seconds. The message can sometimes be a bit vague, but give it a try anyway. Tap Begin to start the counter, and you’ll get a wavy colorful scene on the screen that is supposed to calm you down. People with photo-sensitive epilepsy may want to exercise caution here, though. One person I know had a seizure looking at the wavy screen.

When the minute is over, you will be given your heart rate and a Done button. The Done button puts the result in your iOS Health app.

Breathe is a much better exercise in that it lowers your anxiety levels, your blood pressure, and any possible panic attacks. It tells you when to inhale and when to exhale for one minute. During the inhalation period, you will get a vibrating haptic feeling in your wrist.

Again, when the minute is over, it is registered in your iOS Health app under the Mindfulness section.

How to schedule a mindfulness session on the Apple Watch

If you want to schedule a mindfulness session for a particular time of the day, this is entirely possible. Just go to the Watch app on the paired iPhone. Go to the My Watch tab and then Mindfulness.

If you scroll down the next screen a bit, you’ll see the Reminders section where you can have Start of Day and End of Day. But you can also set specific times by tapping Add Reminder and setting a time.

How to turn off Mindfulness notifications on the Apple Watch

Read more: The most common Apple Watch problems and how to fix them


When the Apple Watch and iPhone sync with one another, the app will automatically be linked.

Yes, but you would have to do it through the Apple Fitness+ app. This requires a subscription.

If the Apple Watch senses that you have been sitting silently for at least five minutes, then it will suggest a 60-second mindfulness session.

Update your Apple Watch to the latest version to see if that automatically installs the Mindfulness app. Or you can download and install the app from the App Store on your Watch.

The Apple Watch tracks various forms of heart data. To get specific stress data, you should use a more dedicated app such as Stress Monitor.

Customize “Today View” In Notification Center For Iphone & Ipad

Swiping down from the very top of your iPhone screen (or iPad), you’ll find Notification Center swoops on down, where alerts, notifications, iMessages, and missed calls appear. There’s also the “Today” tab, which aggregates information from your Calendars, Reminders, Stocks, and destinations, and puts them into an active days summary of what’s on tap for today.

Customize What Shows in “Today View” of Notification Center

Open “Settings” and go to “Notification Center”

Scroll down to “Today View” and toggle the ON/OFF switches according to what you want to see in Today view, as summarized here:

Today Summary: Provides you with weather conditions and a brief summary of the day based upon your Calendar

Next Destination: An optional setting that uses location services to see provide an estimation on how long it will take to travel to your next destination, which can be work or home (based upon Apple learning these locations)

Calendar Day View: Retrieves information from your Calendar to summarize what you have queued up for the day, very useful if you rely on Apple’s Calendar apps

Reminders: Any reminder created from the Reminders app or Siri will appear here, the Reminder list is interactive and you can check things off directly from Today View

Stocks: Current prices of watched market indices and stocks, letting you be either irrationally exuberant or in a complete panic depending on how the market wind blows on a given day

Tomorrow Summary: Takes information about tomorrow, from your Calendar and Reminders, to summarize what’s on tap the next day

Now that you’ve decided what you want showing up in the Today View of Notification Center, you can change the order of how that information appears, as seen scrolling from the top down.

On a related note, if you find the text challenging to see in the “Today View” you can toggle a setting to make the fonts bolder and much easier to read system-wide, which has a huge impact on readability throughout iOS. This is one of several highly recommended usability tips for almost everyone, and seems to be universally appreciated whether ones eyesight is perfect or not.

Change the Order of “Today View” Items in iOS

Tap and hold on the sideways lines that look like = then move the item up or down to change it’s location in Today View

Tap “Done” when finished”

If you find you’re not getting much use out of Today View, try customizing it a bit to better suit your needs, and to emphasize what you actually care about. For example, if you don’t own any stock or just could care less about what wild direction the market is heading in on any given day, you can hide the Stocks view. Or perhaps you don’t use Apple’s Reminders app, and would rather that not be visible. Maybe you don’t want anything in there except for the date, so just toggle everything to OFF and that’s the end of it.

Whatever your preferences, you can toggle the settings to fit your needs, so rather than cursing the default settings just go ahead and make a couple changes to better suit your needs.

Not all versions of iOS have the “Today View” section of Notification Center. Earlier versions do not have it at all, and later versions of iOS moved the “Today” view settings to a different widget settings section of iOS.


How To Create Email Filters With Kmail

KMail is a feature-rich desktop email client for KDE that is part of the Kontact suite of PIM (Personal Information Management) applications. Last week, we covered email template creation in KMail, and this week, we will continue the series with a look at KMail’s sophisticated filtering system.

An email filter allows you to categorize incoming emails based on a plethora of criteria and then assign them attributes, move them, or even reply to them based on those attributes. KMail provides a good deal of options, making it easy to wade through even large volumes of incoming messages.

Setting up filters in KMail is relatively painless, and once you go through our quick examples, you will be well on your way to the cleanest and most efficient mailbox in your home or office. In this example, we will tell KMail to take all emails sent to tavis at chúng tôi and automatically move them to a special folder within the Inbox. That way, all MakeTechEasier emails will have their own special folder.

To create a new email filter, start KMail or Kontact and follow these instructions:

4. Select “Match all of the following” or “…any of the following”. The first will check the message for every rule. The second will continue even if it finds only one of the rules.

Below the “match” criteria you will see three columns of drop-down menus. There is theoretically no limit to the number of rows you can add by pressing the “More” button, but for now, we will only work with one row.

With KMail’s filtering system, the possibilities are numerous, and they can even become quite complex. The system allows for regular expressions, numerical data, SPAM filtering, and much more. There is also no real limit to the number of filters you can have, making it not only easy to use but also extremely powerful. Next time you get that newsletter from your professional organization and contemplate dragging it to a folder, consider making a filter so that next time, it will already be there. There are many other types of filters. Test them, experiment, and improve your productivity.

Tavis J. Hampton

Tavis J. Hampton is a freelance writer from Indianapolis. He is an avid user of free and open source software and strongly believes that software and knowledge should be free and accessible to all people. He enjoys reading, writing, teaching, spending time with his family, and playing with gadgets.

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An Overview Of Apple Watch Apps And Software

We’re still trying to sift through all of the information Apple dropped on us this morning regarding its new smartwatch, and I have to admit, it’s been tough. There is just so much to this device, and so much it can do, it’s tough to figure out where to begin picking out points of interest to pass along to our readers.

But we knew for sure that we wanted to highlight some of the software features and apps Apple showed off for its Watch today, such as Phone, Messaging, Siri and more. So we put together a brief overview, if you will, highlighting what we thought were some of the Watch applications and features worth noting.


Receiving a message on Apple Watch is as easy as you’d expect. Once you’ve been notified (more on that in a minute), you can choose to read it, delete it or respond to it. Sending messages is also fairly easy, thanks to dictation and smart replies. The Watch can actually suggest responses to you based on the incoming message and the things you write most. Or, you can skip text altogether by sharing an animated emoji, which you can customize yourself.

Email works the same way. You can read the message, flag it, mark it as read or unread, or move it to the Trash. Or you can elect to open the message on your iPhone, where you can type a lengthier response.



Fitness software on the Apple Watch is broken up into 2 apps: Activity and Workout. Activity provides a simple graphical overview of your daily activity, with three rings telling you everything you need to know. The Move ring shows how many calories you’ve burned, the Exercise ring shows how many minutes of brisk activity you’ve done, and the Stand ring shows how often you’ve stood up to take a break from sitting.

The workout app takes things a little bit further, showing real-time stats for cardio workouts such as time, distance, calories, and pace. It allows you to set goals for each workout, and encourages you to meet or beat those goals along the way. Your workout is included in your Activity app measurements for the day, and the data is funneled into the Health app on your iOS 8 device.



Yes, Apple Watch features Siri integration as well. The Watch version of the digital assistant allows you to accomplish many of your favorite voice command tasks without pulling your iPhone out, including dictating a message, asking to view your next event, finding the nearest coffee shop or restaurant, and much more.

Alerts & Notifications

Apple Watch uses new Taptic technology (essentially haptic feedback) to ‘tap’ you for alerts and notifications. There are subtle audio cues too, and each notification has its own unique character.

You can also choose to have notifications show up on your Apple Watch for apps (both stock and third-party), and notifications built with WatchKit will allow you to take action or respond right from your wrist.


WatchKit is Apple’s developer platform for Apple Watch, which will allow devs to create and submit third-party apps for the device. WatchKit apps can incorporate Glances—a gesture that involves swiping up from your watch face to expose at-a-glance information, as well as actionable notifications, and other unique-to-Apple-Watch features.


Over two million combinations of customizable watch faces

Friends – shortcut icons to those you communicate with most

Sketch – draw in real time with friends

Walkie-Talkie – use the built-in speaker and microphone to trade sound bites with friends.

Tap – let friends or loved ones know you’re thinking of them with a silent, gentle tap they’ll feel on the wrist

Heartbeat – when you press two fingers on the screen, the built-in heart rate sensor records and sends your heartbeat

Calendar app – see what’s next in your day or upcoming week. Apple Watch sends you meeting reminders, as well as calendar invitations you can accept or decline directly from your wrist

Maps app – see your current location and get directions, highlighting the best route with turn-by-turn navigation

Music app – control the music on your iPhone without taking it out of your pocket, or listen to music directly on Apple Watch

Remote app – control iTunes and Apple TV using Apple Watch

Remote Camera – Apple Watch doubles as a remote for the iSight camera on your iPhone and doubles as a live display

Stopwatch, Timer, World Clock, Alarms

View Stocks and Weather information

Watered down versions of Photos and Settings apps

Continuity support – start something on Apple Watch—writing a message, reading news headlines—and finish it on iPhone

How To View Apple Photos On Windows 10 Pcs

How to View Apple Photos on Windows 10 PCs You need an Apple ID before you can access iCloud




Apple has its own environment and it could be difficult to see your Apple photos on Windows.

You can install a powerful A

pple photo viewer for Windows like Adobe Lightroom.

Another method of opening

 Apple photos on Windows is to create an Apple ID on your PC.

You can also

open the photos library on Windows using a dedicated tool.

Apple is notorious for locking down its products and services from outside access.

In the case that you’re a Windows user, you need only install a driver to allow access to your iCloud account from a PC in order to view your Apple photos on the PC.

Photos are not the only thing you can download from iCloud: you also access emails, contacts, calendars, and reminders.

How can I open Apple photos on Windows 10? 1. Use Adobe Lightroom

This powerful software allows you to search, your library, and do on-the-fly edits and it supports an impressive amount of cameras and mobile devices so you can edit your RAW files with ease.

Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom is a great cross-platform software that can view and edit most image formats.

Free trialVisit website

2. Open Apple photos on PC via iCloud

The iCloud application is available for download on PC on the Apple official website. Using this app, you can easily access, edit and download your Apple photos to your Windows device.

1. Download iCloud for Windows from Apple. The installation process should start automatically. Otherwise, you need to go to File Explorer and manually open the iCloud Setup.

2. After the installation, restart your computer to let iCloud finish the configuration.

3. Make sure that iCloud is running when you open your PC. Otherwise, you’ll need to go to the Start menu by pressing the Windows button, and then search for iCloud.

5. Enter your Apple ID to access your iCloud Account.

6. Choose what kind of content you want to have synchronized with your iCloud account. Of course, the most important box to check is the one for photos.

Expert tip:

If you want to, you can save the Apple photos to your PC as well, via the download feature.

How can I create an Apple ID for iCloud?

Before you can access your Apple photos, you need to create an Apple ID. Here are three easy methods to do that.

1. Create an Apple ID using your Windows 10 computer

Open your browser and go to the Apple ID website. An Apple ID and the iCloud Account are pretty much the same things because through the Apple ID you have access to the iCloud storage.

2. Create an Apple ID using an iOS device

Go to Settings. You can use this feature to sync your files from the device to your iCloud account.

Tap on iCloud to open the iCloud menu on your iOS device.

If an account is already signed in, you have to sign out to create a new one.

After you signed out tap on the Get a Free Apple ID button to start the account creation process.

Enter your birthday. This will determine what kind of content you can access.

Enter your real name. The Account information must comply with billing information.

Enter your e-mail address (Make sure that you still have access to that address because you will receive an activation mail, and if your iCloud account is compromised, you can recover it using this e-mail address).

Enter a password (Choose a strong one and use a combination of letters and numbers. Remember that the iCloud account contains a lot of your personal information).

Choose and answer 3 security questions (You will have to answer the same questions every time you want to change the account settings).

Add a rescue e-mail address (Even if it is an optional feature, we strongly recommend you to do that because it increases the security level of your account).

Finish the account configuration by accepting the Apple terms and conditions. After accepting, you will be logged in with your new ID.

iOS devices have a preset feature in the Settings app for activating the iCloud account.

3. Using an OS X device

Depending on what kind of information you want to access from iCloud, you need to use different software packages.

For example, for mail, contacts, calendars, and reminders you will need any version of Outlook from 2007 until now.

Manage your iCloud storage space

iCloud is a free service that offers users 5GB of cloud space to store their data. For most of us, this space is often insufficient and because of this, Apple provides us with the opportunity to upgrade our storage space.

Depending on our needs and budget, you can increase the capacity of the cloud up to 2TB. You can find a price list right on Apple’s website. This upgrade is not permanent and comes with a monthly subscription.

How can I upgrade iCloud for Windows?

All you have to do is open the Apple Software Update on your PC and it will notify you when updates are available. To receive update notifications, you need to configure the Apple Software Update.

How to turn off or uninstall iCloud for Windows?

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