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Workspaces is a great app for people who work on multiple projects. Especially for designers, programmers, project managers, students and teachers. And maybe for you.
Each project we work on consists of bunch of resources like files, folders, applications, websites, important e-mails. They are located at different places on your computer. And you need to look for them every time. That causes lots of distraction, time wasting and finally being tired of additional thinking and procrastination.
The key feature of Workspaces is remembering all that resources and launching them quickly. Just click on the Statusbar icon and momentary you'll see all the stuff you need for your work. You can open them individually or by clicking START button which runs the ones marked as automatically run.
Editing your workspaces (that's how we call a project) is really easy. Just click Edit button and you'll see the editor window. All you need is to drag and drop your resources or click + button to add them manually. You can choose which ones will be run automatically (when you press START button).
There are also some advance features. Workspaces allows to set application which runs a resource, so you can open one website in different web browsers. The same way you can choose an application that will open your folders or documents. You can also open Terminal in specified folder.
@apptorium it's like I've died and gone to heaven with Workspaces.
Damn, this is gonna save tons of time and obliterate switching costs.
Whoa, @apptorium’s Workspaces seems really cool! Definitely will be helpful when working on websites (Sketch, Coda 2, Toggl, & Finder open)
Once you see what Workspaces can do, you'll wind up using it for all your projects.
A dream tool that’s made by people for people, elegantly solving the annoying part of switching between projects, simple and genius. From now on, there’s no way out for your motivation, seriously.
I just love how Workspaces (@apptorium) allows me to switch between work projects and private stuff, best of all... it's part of @setapp!