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Got bills that need filing? David Sparks has a great video demonstrating Hazel 3.1's new ability to match dates within file contents. Check it out.
Sid O'Neill using Hazel 3.1's new Upload action to complete his workflow.
Katie Floyd goes over her workflow using Hazel in conjunction the ever-popular Evernote and also ever-popular ScanSnap.
Adrian Logue provides one of the more original uses of Hazel, using it to convert the color icons for Chrome extensions to monochrome.
Nice little tutorial with 9 ready to use rules by Paula DuPont.
Andreas Zeitler's monster video tutorial. It's not free but if you want a good rundown of how to make the most of Hazel, the price is a bargain.
More bill filing goodness, this time from Shawn Blanc.
Bakari Chavanu's nice little tutorial on writing a Hazel rule. Give it a read if you need a step-by-step guide to start out.
A full workflow to manage bank statements. Warning: contains some advanced script-fu.
David Sparks (with a little help from others) comes up with a script to add tasks to OmniFocus whenever he scans a bill.
George Coghill's nice overview of Hazel. Also check out his nutty workflow to trigger stuff on his Mac from his iPhone.
A whole episode of this wonderful podcast dedicated to Hazel 3. David and Katie go into all sorts of Hazel geekery. Don't miss it.
A few of the various ways in which Mike Vardy uses Hazel.
Dan Miller does this introductory video for Macworld, showing the basics of creating rules with Hazel.
Michael Gray on how to use Hazel and Dropbox to keep backups of his Powerpoint presentations.
Steve Losh shows how to go paper-free. And just to be clear, Hazel only accounted for $22 of that $220. Makes me think I should charge more...
Displaying probably one of the more unexpected uses of Hazel, Dirt Don uses the dynamic duo of Dropbox and Hazel to catch a (potential) laptop thief.
Patrick King goes over how he uses Hazel and Dropbox (together again!) to upload files to his website.
Again, another great pairing with Dropbox (Hazel is the chocolate to Dropbox's peanut butter).
Hazel can't pay your bills but it can file them for you. Michelle Muto goes through her workflow to keep her bills organized.
Katie Floyd's presentation from Macworld 2011 going through a whole slew of technologies (including Hazel) to master your paperless office workflow.
Ben Brooks at The Brooks Review gives a nice overview of Hazel while providing a rundown of his rules. He also mentions Hazel again in Some Great Little Mac Apps article. It's a great blog in general so I recommend giving it a gander.
Great in-depth article from Alexandra Samuel. A must read for you Plex users or anyone that wants their downloads to media center pipeline automated.
Brooks Duncan shows how he works Hazel into his DIY blogging system. If you like doing your blogging bare-bones, then check it out.
Appstorm shows a bunch of ways to take advantage of Dropbox, including using Hazel to share screenshots. Even contains a cool AppleScript to stick the url on the clipboard!
John Kivus shows his flow from Instapaper to Kindle, including his Hazel rule to trigger his special Automator script.
Got a ScanSnap? Highlight the keywords in your scanned PDFs and let Hazel do the rest. Thanks for Brooks Duncan for this great tutorial. Also, check out his article on using Hazel with Evernote.
Joshua Johnson goes through the steps of installing Hazel and setting up a basic droplet.
Rick Yaeger shows how he uses Hazel to keep his Desktop clean. His mom would be proud.
More Hazel and Dropbox goodness.
Shane Landrum goes step-by-step, demonstrating his workflow for archiving his photos using Hazel and even provides his ruleset.
Some neat tips for using Hazel with DropBox here, including remotely controlling your Mac!
Jonathan "Wolf" Rentzsch provides some downloable rules to archive files into folders by date.
Check out this nice little tutorial from MacTips with accompanying video showing how to set up a basic rule in Hazel.
David Sparks shows how he uses Hazel to sort his scanned in bills. He goes step-by-step, showing how to incorporate file dates into the file names and folders.
The folks at Woopid have done their own set of Hazel tutorial videos. Neat.
Don McAllister gives video tours of Hazel's main features.
Gina Trapani gives a run-through of Hazel's features and provides a few rules to boot.
Ethan Schoonover at Kinkless has an excellent screencast showing how he uses Hazel to organize his files and makes his ruleset available for download. Make sure to check out his whole series on reducing Desktop clutter.
Adam Engst shows how to use Hazel to clean out your BBEdit backups folder.
Grover Saunders describes how he incorporates Hazel into James Madison University's video recording workflow.
Hazel 3 makes this prestigious list of the best gems released in 2012.
Hazel keeps company with many great apps on Frederico Viticci's list.
Don Southard does a great job of picking up on many of the new features in version 3.
Erik Vlietinick's detailed review, putting Hazel through the paces to deal with offloading his videos and images.
Dan Miller revisits Hazel with version 3 and gives it another 4.5 out of 5 mice.
Hazel makes the list of makeuseof's 100 best. Actually, it's 103 but who's counting?
Federico Viticci claims it's not meant to be a review, but come on, it's a review, and a good one at that. Hazel also makes his Must-Have Mac Apps, 2011 list.
Dan Miller gives Hazel 4.5 out of 5 mice. Hazel also makes their 2010 Mac Gems of the Year list.
Hazel makes TJ Luoma's list of his best of 2010.
Hazel earns a spot at #23 in Giles Turnbull's 50 Mac Essentials list.
It's a big list but Hazel clocks in there...somewhere...just do a "Find".
Hazel: Better than painting speed stripes on the side of your computer (but there's no reason why you can't do both!).
Hazel makes the list.
Susie Ochs runs through 7 quick things you can do with Hazel.
Adam Pash shows how to automatically import your songs into iTunes with Hazel thrown into the mix.
Hazel gets quite the shoutout from Merlin Mann in this episode.
Hazel is mentioned twice in Joe Kissell's review of apps to help reduce your hard drive clutter.
Hazel makes the list, which also includes many other great apps.
In this installment of a new podcast featuring Katie Floyd and David Sparks, they go over different solutions for reducing the amount of paper in their lives. David talks about how he uses Hazel to sort his scanned-in bills.
Hazel is featured under the "Self-cleaning folders" section.
In a sea of app uninstallers, Gina Trapani shows her preference for Hazel's App Sweep function.
Hazel gets a mention in Mac Geek Gab podcast #201, Dave Hamilton raves about it as he rediscovers it in #280 and a user sends in his workflow for organizing his bills in #289. Hazel is also featured in their Monday's Mac Gadget (May 18th, 2009) column.
Craig Grannell reviews Hazel (pg. 103) and gives it their MacFormat Choice Award (5 stars)! The magazine also features a two page tutorial (pg. 64).
Hazel is reviewed in this podcast episode. You can also view the text of the review here.
Franke De Graeve covers Hazel in his wonderful podcast highlighting the best in Mac apps.
"Macworld (print edition - November, 2007)"
Hazel is featured in the "Hot Stuff" section.
Rob Griffiths mentions Hazel in the "Productivity Boosters" section.
Chris Thomson includes Hazel in his list of essential apps.
Michael Mistretta's video review.
Merlin talks about a lot of great apps in this segment, including Hazel. Hazel is brought up again on Leo's Mac Break Weekly audio podcast.
"Hazel is one of those rare pieces of software…that feels like it's filling a gaping feature void I didn't even know Apple left in Mac OS X"
"Hazel almost instantly became some of the best $16 I've ever spent on my computing." [note: Hazel's price has increased since then]
"I honestly believe Hazel is a killer - nay: essential - app…[I] can't even begin to guess at how much time it's saved me."
"It's very powerful, but also very easy to use and very unobtrusive."
"…quite a useful addition to anyone's toolbox."
"This application is gold I tell you, gold."
"I've been tinkering with Hazel quite a bit in the past couple weeks, and have really seen moments of brilliance in it."
I think they like Hazel.