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How I use Hazel
Takes any document that I write for my weblogs and puts them in the appropriate folders, even if I just save them in my Documents folder. It also organizes them by weblog type, year and month based on the prefix I give it in the file name (LH for Lifehack, VM for this weblog, EVM for Eventualism, etc.), and then Hazel looks at the date the file was created and puts them in a pre-existing folder for the year and month or if there is no folder for the year and/or month it creates the folder(s) and then puts the file in it.
Moves my invoices and receipts in a similar fashion as above, allowing me to easily deal with my income and expenses throughout the year.
Puts images into iPhoto for me as I save them.
Imports all of my saved PDFs into Evernote.

Hazel is a must-have app if you’re ready to level up your productivity on the Mac. Like some of the higher-end productivity apps (such as OmniFocus), Hazel can be as powerful as you want it to be but as simple as you need it to be. While it may not be easy to wrap your head around, there are plenty of folks out there who can help make that happen for you.
hazel  mac  productivity  software 
november 2011 by aries1988

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