Month: February 2016

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Computing

Editorial & Trello

Editorial and Trello

Introduction

Following on from yesterday’s post on my Editorial workflows, this post details how I’ve integrated Editorial — my main iPad word processor, and means of note-taking throughout my day — with Trello, a web-based project management application.1

Trello

Trellos welcome board

Trello’s system allows users to setup one or many boards, which contain lists, which contain cards. Users can decide how to best set up their boards and lists. For instance, I like to have at least a set of lists called ‘With me’, ‘Pending: others’, and ‘Pending: resources’. This helps to tell with a glance what tasks I have to work on immediately, and which tasks to follow up on with others.

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Computing

Editorial Workflow

Editorial Workflow

Introduction

For the first time, I’m writing a post in Markdown, a relatively readable markup language. What’s more, I’m doing so on my iPad, using an app that particularly suits writing. It feels like finally, the promise of a tablet as a device beyond idly playing games and reading The Economist has arrived.

In this post, I describe how I got here, and how I use Markdown, Editorial, and a sprinkling of Python to help me along.

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