Typing on your iPad and iPhone is way easier with TextExpander for iPhone & iPad to speed you along. There’s even a way to use your text snippets in your apps, no custom keyboard required.
Learn how you can use TextExpander’s fill-in-the-blanks to personalize your emails, or other re-usable chunks of text.
Read part 2 of the detailed answers from the Q&A session from the webinar “5 Ways Attorneys Reclaim Time With TextExpander—A Beginner’s Guide.”
This is part one of this two part post. Find Part 2 here. Starting out with TextExpander as a blank slate can be daunting, especially if you’re also running a law practice. To help, we crafted a webinar “5 Ways Attorneys Reclaim …
How should a busy professional get started with TextExpander? You’ve downloaded the free test drive version of TextExpander to your Mac or PC and are wondering how to set up your first few snippets. Building a solid snippet system is pretty straightforward …
This month TextExpander helped to sponsor the support community-driven event, SupConf. This conference comes out of the Support Driven community, a place for workers in customer service and support to gather and trade tips, find mentors, and share support stories with peers. …
Whether you’re in customer support, work with multiple clients, or run a popular site, creating an email system which allows you to reuse messages is a *huge* time saver. Here’s how to get started.
If you like to customize your Mac workspace, Dock, or Menu Bar, you can easily keep TextExpander running but hide its icon from the Dock, Menu Bar, or both.
Whether you’re new to TextExpander or your text snippet library is legend, you can quickly search everything and expand text with a couple keystrokes.
It’s easy to turn repetitive, tedious typing into snippets you can trigger with a couple keystrokes. Here’s how to work faster, not harder, with TextExpander.
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