If you want to do more every day, you cannot do without time management (i.e. managing your time). The first rule of someone who wants to do everything quickly and on time is to keep track of time. We suggest you solve this problem completely free using your Mac!
Yes, of course, you can start a timer using the Pomodoro system, or monitor how much time you do this or that job manually. And you can dump the entire routine of time control on your Mac. As a result, he will say the time out loud, at precisely the specified intervals, so that you don’t have to keep track of the clock, and you just have to record the results. Here’s how to do it.
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How to enable time chatter on Mac
1. Open System settings (from the panel Dock, through the Apple menu, the search query in the line Spotlight or Programs)
2. Select date and timethen Clock.
3. Check the box next to the menu item. Pronounce time and select the desired interval — every hour (default), every half hour, or every 15 minutes.
You can also configure the system voice – for example, instead of the default option (Milena’s voice), select Yuri and specify the desired speech speed and volume. By pressing a button Tune there is access to the voice of another assistant – Katie (but first you will have to download 1.1 GB of data), as well as male and female voices in other languages.
Done – now your Mac will automatically voice the current time at a specified interval (15, 30 minutes or 1 hour). As a result, it will be much easier for you not to “get lost in time”. Try it – it’s very convenient!