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Productivity Tools in 2024

Notetaking and Task Management

In my attempt to cut down on subscriptions in 2024, I'll be switching to Microsoft Visual Studio Code with GitHub Copilot as my go-to AI assistant in helping me churn out more content for my blog and YouTube channel.

I'll be switching to a productivity toolset consisting of Evernote with Kanbanote, Anki,, and Google Calendar. I want to be more note-focused than ever with data-hungry Large Language Models (LLMs) becoming more of a norm.

I've gone through my personal Apple subscriptions and canceled all of them, these are separate from my shared family subscriptions such as Chaupal, a Punjabi, Bhojpuri, and Haryanvi video streaming service. I've also canceled my MidJourney and ChatGPT subscriptions. I intend on using fewer applications so I can utilize the most of what I have and if I do start using a new subscription service I'll be sure to buy residential Turkish proxies to get the best price whilst keeping my running total of subscriptions to a minimum.

Accordingly, some other subscription services I need to check Turkish pricing for are:

  • ElevanLabs
  • Grammarly
  • Dropbox

To sum up my 2024 productivity stack:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio Code
  • GitHub Copilot
  • Evernote
  • Kanbanote
  • Google Calendar

Useful links:

  1. IP Burger for Turkish residential proxies
  2. Prepaid Credit Card for Turkish subscriptions

Microsoft Visual Studio Code

Microsoft Visual Studio Code is a free source-code editor made by Microsoft for Windows, Linux, and macOS.

Password Manager


RoboForm is a password manager and form filler tool that automates password entering and form filling, developed by Siber Systems, Inc. It is available for many web browsers, as a downloadable application, and as a mobile application. RoboForm stores web passwords on its servers, and offers to synchronize passwords between multiple computers and mobile devices. RoboForm offers a Family Plan for up to 5 users which I share with my family.


Dracula Theme is a dark theme for programs Alacritty, Alfred, Atom, BetterDiscord, Emacs, Firefox, Gnome Terminal, Google Chrome, Hyper, Insomnia, iTerm, JetBrains IDEs, Notepad++, Slack, Sublime Text,, Vim, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, Windows Terminal, and Xcode.

With it's easy-on-the-eyes color scheme, Dracula Theme is on my list of must-have themes for any application I use.