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I just sent you an email with a link to access your guide. You’ll find the link to the guide in your inbox.

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But first… There is one more thing

Get ALL 30 of our Ulysses training videos (including advanced writing workflows)

As a new subscriber, I wanted to offer you my best-selling writing course at a 25% discount right now.


Because this is the same special pricing we offered the rest of our community when the Learn Ulysses course first launched. I wanted to give you the opportunity to get it at the best price as well if you’re interested.

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Learn Ulysses

Capture Your Ideas.
Organize Your Writing.

Learn Ulysses is a video course to help you take your notes, ideas, and writing from scattered to structured. With over 3,000 students — it’s been tried, tested, and approved.

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It sucks to have your ideas, notes, and writing all scattered about with things all over the map.

What do you do when you get an idea? Or when you want to write something down, where does it go?

For me, ideas, notes, and writing all used to live in different apps. It was a nightmare. Check it out…

A scattered mess of ideas, notes, and more

Stuff was everywhere!

As you can see, there were too many note-taking locations. Half the time I didn’t know which one to use.

  • Ideas went wherever I happened to jot them down.
  • Notes from books I read stayed in the books.
  • Articles I was writing were saved to whichever writing app I happened to be using that day (could have been iA Writer, Byword, Simplenote, Bear, or whatever else).

This scattered note-taking system was frustrating. It lacked structure and it was super inefficient.

What I needed was a central spot to capture all my thoughts, ideas, notes, and inspiration.

Now, I had known about Ulysses for a while, and had even used it here and there. My impression of Ulysses was that it was just another minimalist writing app like all the others. I viewed it as merely part of the pile of writing apps I had at my disposal.

But then, one day in early 2017, I put everything into Ulysses…

Why? Because I’d seen how someone else was using Ulysses. I discovered new things about how I could organize and structure all my notes, ideas, and writing work. It was liberating, and I haven’t looked back.

Stop losing ideas and wasting time.

How many ideas and notes have you lost track of? Or how often do you sit down to write, but just don’t know where to start?

Ulysses is the central spot for where I store all my ideas, quotes, inspiration, writing, and research notes. It is also where I actually do all my writing because underneath all that power is a simple and easy-to-use writing app.

Ulysses makes it easy to find and organize all my stuff. This app makes it so simple to go from scattered to structured, and from cluttered to organized.

Having a place for everything, it turns out, is incredibly productive. And when it comes to your writing and your thoughts, you’ll also find it brings about more inspiration and motivation…

I would love to help you get there, too.

A structured writing workflow with Ulysses

You deserve to be free to focus on your ideas, your notes, your research, and your writing.

You shouldn’t be fumbling around, trying to remember which app or folder or even which device has that one thing you were working on the other day.

Ulysses is the best app for your writing, researching, note-taking, and ideas.

And our Learn Ulysses course will help you take full advantage of this award-winning app so you can get on top of things and be more productive.

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Here’s Exactly What You’ll Get

Learn Ulysses Course Lessons

Get the Course  $57  $42.75

More than 30 lessons and interviews to help you learn Ulysses. Discover all the ins and outs, plus get advanced workflows, writing coaching videos, and example setups.

Screencast Tutorials for Ulysses:

  • Meet Ulysses
  • Ulysses Interface Basics
  • The Writing Interface in Ulysses on iOS
  • Markdown 101
  • Tagging 101
  • Organizing Your Writing in Ulysses
  • Finding Things in Ulysses
  • How Ulysses Can Help You Achieve Your Writing Goals
  • Smart Copy & Paste
  • Customizing Ulysses
  • Backup, Restore and Version Control
  • Exporting from Ulysses
  • Publishing to WordPress
  • Publishing Your ebook with Ulysses (The Video Guide You’re Getting)
  • Managing Writing Tasks in Things
  • Transferring Handwritten Notes to Ulysses using GoodNotes
  • Turning Your Ulysses Outline into a Mind Map with MindNode
  • Quick Capture with Ulysses on iOS
  • Ulysses and Shortcuts on iOS

Advanced Writing Workflows and Coaching Tips

  • Keeping Margin for Your Thoughts and Creativity
  • How to Write with Consistency and Focus
  • How to Create a Writing Habit
  • How to Take Notes and Take Action
  • My Writing Process

Plus: Ulysses Setup Interviews: Get you a behind-the-scenes look at how others are using Ulysses in their day-to-day workflows.

Get the Course  $57  $42.75

Isa Adney Ulysses User

As I mentioned above, the reason we are offering this special pricing to you is that it’s the same discount we offered our community when the course first launched. I wanted to give you the opportunity to get it at the best price as well, if you’re interested.

But we can’t keep the offer open forever. If you’d like to get the course at the discounted price, then you’ll need to act fast.

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Please take a month to check out the class. If, for any reason, you’re not completely satisfied just let us know and we’ll be glad to give you a full refund. No questions asked. It’s zero risk on your part.

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