Just encountered this new iOS app: NotaBene neatly covers a frequent need: Sending a link or message to myself (especially when I encounter something I really want to follow up on when I am at the Mac.) Nothing you can’t do by copy-paste-email, but in just a tap or two.
There are some slick features, all nicely engineered to never interfere with the simple one-touch operation, like adding an audio recording (a voice note), an archive of past uses, including link to your location, auto-transcribe. And since there are ways to add to Evernote and Things via email, you can NotaBene to those addresses.
Interesting. I like to send emails to my organizer app, Droptask, which turns the message into a task. NB wold be good for that. Also work similarly for those who send emails to Things or other task apps that support parsing messages.
(Could probably build something like NB in Workflow, too. Edit: Turns out this is super simple to reproduce in Workflow, and perhaps more functional?)
I used to use Captio to send quick emails to myself. It worked very well for that, but eventually, a Drafts action took over that role. Drafts also makes it easier to quickly and easily get tasks into OmniFocus on iOS, so I don’t email myself as often.