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The MacSparky Keyboard Maestro Field Guide

MacSparky Keyboard Maestro

Keyboard Maestro is one of the most powerful and awesome apps available for the Mac.

One thing you can use Keyboard Maestro for is to apply global keyboard shortcuts that can then be used to trigger just about any sort of macro, action, or script that you want.

For example, I have a hotkey set to launch Mail upon a particular keystroke. I also have a shortcut to open Safari URLs in Chrome. Or to Launch Tweetbot in a moment’s notice (not my most productive shortcut). And that’s just the tip of the Keyboard Maestro iceberg.

Perhaps my favorite use for Keyboard Maestro is to eliminate one of the single biggest frustrations I encounter when using my Mac: hitting a keyboard shortcut to launch a quick-entry to my todo list, but realize that my todo list is not currently running. (Here’s that KM macro if you’re interested.)

What also makes it great is that all these scripts and macros are based on a graphical user interface — you don’t have to do any actual coding to use it, you just have to know what problem you want a solution for.

David Sparks’s expertise in this category is unparalleled. And if anyone can turn you into a macOS wizard, it’s Sparks.

David’s latest field guide highlights everything Keyboard Maestro can do and includes almost 4 hours of video training and 76 separate videos to help you master all of Keyboard Maestro’s intricacies.

If you’re interested in creating automated triggers, actions, palettes, or useful scripts, MacSparky’s Keyboard Maestro Field Guide is for you.

(And should you want more, don David Sparks’s has several other Field Guides, including: Siri Shortcuts, OmniFocus, iPhone, Hazel, and Paperless.

Check out The MacSparky Keyboard Maestro Field Guide. It debuts today with an introductory price of just $24.