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Community Tip - Creating Your Own Archive Of Tips & Tricks

With the support of iLok, more tips & tricks from the community. We regularly suggest that you can see  all the community tips by clicking on the Community Tip tag at the bottom of the story and you will get them all together in one page. However with this tip Icaro Ferre takes this a stage further….

One might call this tip a “meta-tip”, ha! If you’d like to automatically archive the community tip in order to review or re-study them in the future you can use a free service called IFTTT. IFTTT allows you to automate certain tasks so, for example, you can automatically send the community tips straight to your Evernote account by using this simple recipe.  

If you don’t use Evernote you can easily modify that recipe to send the content to your Dropbox, Email, Instapaper, Pinboard and etc. I think a lot of people would love to save all of those amazing tips you guys have already shared!

I love this idea, you could use our tags too, to get them all showing in one list.


If you would like the chance to win a storm trooper iLok, courtesy of iLok, then send tips you think no one has thought about. Please don’t just send us a batch of shortcuts (which can be easily found elsewhere), or pull ideas straight from the manual; instead, be creative about your tips & tricks. Please use the Contact Us page to let us have your tips.

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