Drying your clothes often comes down to two factors: space and time. I used to live in a small apartment with a built in laundromat and no room to set up a clothes rack; I relied on the dryer each time I did a load of washing.
Now I've got a bit back yard with a hills hoist.
How do you dry your clothes? Do you use a dryer even if you've got the space for something else?
I use my line, and then I also make a few more connected, with thin rope.
I have also put up a 'rail' in my bathroom....and put things on coat hangers, to dry overnight.If they are not dry, they will be the next day.
I don't have a dryer, cost too much to run....
I have a Hills Hoist too. We also have a dryer but we just use it when it's raining or sometimes if I've got too much going on and don't have time to hang it out (eg. while we have been packing to move house).
Mostly on the washing line, but if it looks like it's going to rain I'll just put things in the dryer. Too many times I have put them out and almost got them dry, only to have them rained on and needing to be re-washed and dried again.
I try to use the clothes line as much as possible. I only use the dryer for sheets and towels on rainy days. I've actuallyjust written a post on the efficient way to hang your washing - check it out here: http://homegenius.com.au/how-to-hang-your-washing-the-efficient-way/
Saving money and the environment - always my top priorities. We have Smartpower, which means it's cheaper to use power at off-peak times (although the government has made it more difficult to benefit from, what was originally, a brilliant scheme). None-the-less, I do my washing after 9pm, hang it indoors on an airer and then peg out the next morning. If the weather is wet, I turn everything on the airer and it can then dry in the house.