I was originally going to do a video on how I set things up so that I get an email every morning with my org-mode agenda but that's going to be something of an ordeal. I have to create a droploet on Digital Ocean, set up SyncThing and a mail server and lots of other things.
I'll get to that video at some point but in the meantime I saw this thread on the Emacs subreddit.
It asked about packages people used to "up their Emacs game." I've done videos on some of the packages mentioned and there were some packages that I'd never heard of that I now have to check out.
One of the packages, eyebrowse was one that I've been meaning to play with for a while. Eyebrowse allows you to easily keep track of window/buffer configurations. It's pretty easy and pretty cool.
Here's a quick video overview:
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