El Capitan: Split Screen View

I know, Windows has had this for awhile. But that’s kind of how it works with Apple and OS X. They let the other folks iron out the bugs before they implement it into OS X. Revolutionary? No. But when features get implemented, they generally work really, really well.

Where this fits in best with my workflow is split-screening Evernote and Safari.

 El Capitan Split Screen View
El Capitan Split Screen View

I can write, research, and drag and drop images from Safari to Evernote.

 Day One app
Day One app

Right now I’m working on a blog post that shows how Day One has become my alternative to Evernote Food. Stay tuned for that one.

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