This Week I Learned (TWIL) is a weekly selection of interesting things and links I found useful during the week.



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Apps and Tools


In my opinion, AutoSleep is the best sleep tracker for iOS right now. The level of detail and accuracy is just scary. Best of all, unlike other sleep tracking apps, AutoSleep continuously checks for sleep patterns throughout the day, so you won’t miss the accidental afternoon nap. All that in a very batter-efficient manner.

Although having an Apple Watch is recommended, its use during the night is not required. If you take the watch off before you go to sleep, AutoSleep will count that as the approximate time you go to bed, until the moment you put the watch on your hand again.

‎AutoSleep Track Sleep on Watch
‎Automatically track your sleep from your Apple Watch*. No buttons to press. Even the Watch app is optional! Just sleep! Total Privacy. ------------- AutoSleep has no user analytics tracking. No advertising plugins. No 3rd party code. No data upload. Ask your "free" sleep app if they can say the sam…


For those that like the Pomodoro Technique, or want to try it out, the Flow time tracker will be an ideal macOS companion.

FLOW. Get Things Done. | Worktimer for Mac & iPhone
Flow is a minimalistic worktimer for Mac and iPhone that helps you work on a task, study for school or to keep focus and reduce stress at work.

Tips and Tricks


This week I learned where Hugo (the static site generator powering this blog) looks for summaries to display:

Content Summaries
Hugo generates summaries of your content.