Is there a way to save 7+ hours every week when typing?

We spend a lot of time typing and copy-pasting information between tabs. This is a time-consuming task. Not only that but we regularly write the same sentences, links ad more in our work. Not to mention the search for emojis! Wouldn't it be great if we could automate this and save ourselves the typing of the same texts over and over again, or looking for that link and copy-pasting it repeatedly? Can automation save you a whole workday each week? Luckily, there's a tool that can help. It's called Magical. Magical is a free Google Chrome extension. It is a text expander and autofill application that gives you full control over your typing. Keep your messages consistent and save time by using the same template message over and over. Whether you are sending a message to a customer, a job application or filling out an online form, Magical will help you stay on track.

Magical Text Expander & Autofill

How can a sexpert use Magical?

Magical is great for anyone who types a lot of text, especially repetitive texts - for instance sending an email containing template/ready text explaining your pricing structure, or your T&Cs, or inviting people to pick a time for their next session or sending them a link to your TrustPilot page and asking for an honest review.

Magical allows you to create shortcuts for text, or automated responses. By typing a shortcut into your text expander, you can instantly expand it into text that you would typically have to type. This can save a lot of time when writing lengthy articles, or sending repetitive emails. It is a powerful tool to improve your productivity.

Why use Magical?

There are many reasons to use Magical, but the biggest reason is to save time. The average office worker spends about five hours a day typing. You can save hundreds of hours of typing each year by using this tool. It speeds up your work and saves you keystrokes so you can focus on the content that is important to you.

It takes a few minutes to set up on Magical, but once it's done, you can save a huge amount of time by using it in your day-to-day tasks. Work smart - not hard.

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