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  1. I've now popped a new beta build up with some fixes and improvements, available here: https://cachefly.alfredapp.com/beta/Alfred_4.5_1240_beta.dmg A quick summary of the changes: Updated Script Filter JSON to now allow for overriding the arg with a new actions key to define the selected result action items See the Script Filter JSON help page for more details: https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/inputs/script-filter/json/ Improved multiple argument support Improved argument type detection, including when calling from AppleScript Added new optional AppleScript "as type" so you can force to types "text", "url", and "file", e.g. tell application id "com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred" to action {"~/Desktop/", "~/Pictures/"} as type "file" Alfred will automatically detect the argument type if you don't explicitly define the type Fix Workflow File Action trigger to correctly respect the + file type tree prefixes [regression] Added Universal Actions preview panel for when there are multiple types of objects selected (will be improved in future) Improved Universal Actions view when multiple text items are selected (preview panel will be improved in future) Fix Alfred to respect WebURLsWithTitlesPboardType on clipboard when copying multiple URLs Fix fn/ctrl action tap in Clipboard view Tweak summary text on Actions Panel view Updated "Accepts Multiple" option in File Action Trigger and Universal Action Trigger to also allow for "Only Multiple Items" Various other tweaks and improvements, with detailed change log to come when the Pre-release is uhh... released. Thanks for all your help and suggestions so far with testing, if you could let me know if any of the things you've raised so far which should now be fixed are still not working, that would be ace Cheers, Andrew
    5 points
  2. Chris Messina

    CleanShot X Workflow

    Ask and ye shall receive! /cc @Mr Pennyworth
    4 points
  3. mmroczka

    Alfred Wifi Speedtest

    Alfred Wifi Speedtest Alfred Wifi Speedtest is a workflow for Alfred 4, that uses speedtest-cli and reports back in a notification the upload/download speeds of the current wifi you're on. Why? Since COVID hit, my wifi speeds have plummeted (Verizon cap/bottleneck maybe?). I hate needing to google for a wifi speedtest every time I have to check if my wifi speed will be good enough for the call I'm about to join. I have to open another tab, ads clutter my screen while running the speedtest, and it's one more thing cluttering my screen. This workflow makes a wifi speedtest just an alfred keyword away. Important You will always find the latest version, changelog and updated documentation on GitHub as is difficult to use the forum to keep track of updates and support. Download Download directly from Github releases page, make sure to download the latest release. Download here. Installation Instructions After downloading the workflow from the release page, be sure to install the wifi speedtest-cli using the command below brew install speedtest-cli Then, simply run the Alfred workflow by summoning Alfred and typing speedtest. This is my first real contribution to any sort of open source community so suggestions are welcome! I thought about adding automatic updates, but figured something is better than nothing to start and I can iterate on this if people have suggestions/feature requests. Thanks in advance for any suggestions to improve this workflow!
    3 points
  4. I actually already have a ticket for the Action in Alfred workflow action to pre-select an action, but I ran out of time in 4.5. This will be in Alfred in the future though, then you'll be able to connect a hotkey to it
    3 points
  5. This workflow can open a site-specific Google search on the domain of the selected URL. In addition to a Universal Action, I've added a Hotkey to trigger the workflow that can grab the URL of your current browser tab, to save you having to select the URL. You should be able to figure out how it all works.
    2 points
  6. Here you go: https://github.com/rknightuk/alfred-workflows/tree/main/workflows/search-this-site Does exactly what you want (I think): 1. Select the URL 2. Choose "Search This Site" 3. Type your query and enter 4. Opens in default browser If you open up the workflow in Alfred you'll see, as you said, that there's actually not a lot to it. I used a bash script I grabbed from elsewhere to extract the domain, then a keyword step to get input, then the "Default web search" step. I haven't tested this much so let me know if there's any issues.
    2 points
  7. This is a complete re-write and merging of my Reminders and Calendar Events. I realised having used it for a while that it was madness having two workflows for what solving essentially the same problem "What do I need to do today?". Also, I've learnt a lot about workflow development in the past few weeks and some of the code was pretty hacky when Alfred has features to solve some of the problems I was trying to get around. This is Agenda. Download Agenda - Reminders and Calendar Events workflow Note: On first run you will need to open system preferences > security and privacy to allow apps from an unknown developer and also allow access to reminders and calendars. Today Overview and Upcoming Shows all events and reminders for today or the next X days (5 days default, change in settings) respectively. From here you can: Mark reminder as complete View reminder in Reminders (cmd and select) View event in Calendar or Fantastical Open an overview in your browser - this doesn't automatically update but is nice if you have a lot on in one day and want to view it in a different format Calendars and reminder lists View upcoming events and reminders by list by navigating to Calendars/Reminders Lists, then choosing a calendar/list View any time reminders for a list Create events Create events for your default list, or for a specific list Use Sherlock to parse input and create an event including locations OR Open input in Fantastical to create there instead Create Reminders Create events for your default list, or for a specific list Use Chrono to parse input and create a reminder OR Open input in Fantastical to create there instead Settings You can customise a lot of the feature set of Agenda in the workflow variables. I have included the ability to edit these directly in the workflow: Enable/Disable reminders and/or calendars Set default reminders list and calendar for creation Turn on Fantastical for viewing events and creating events and reminders Disable the overview option showing up in the upcoming list if you don't want this feature If you do use the overview option, you can choose light or dark theme. The overview uses Sakura Set how many days to show into the future in upcoming views My helper CLI has also been updated while doing this to allow more customisation like how many days in the future to show events in the "Upcoming" view. With the release of this I won't be updating my previous standalone reminders and events workflows. I have updated the readme on Github to reflect this. They will continue to work for a long time unless something major changes with the reminders or calendar APIs.
    2 points
  8. Sometimes, the connection between two nodes can be moderately complex: That’s two checkboxes and a text field. If I want to move that connection to another node or temporarily disable it, I open it, save/memorise it, delete it, move it to another place, redo all configuration. I’d like to be able to move a connection to a different origin or end node easily while keeping its configuration.
    2 points
  9. Connect a File Action Trigger to a Run Script Action with the following in the Script box: mv "${@}" 'YOUR_ASSETS_PATH_HERE'. Replace YOUR_ASSETS_PATH_HERE with the path to the destination directory. You can get it by selecting the directory in the Finder and pressing the Universal Actions shortcut (the same you use to get to Copy To…) followed by Copy Path to Clipboard. Repeat that for as many assets directory you’d like to make specific shortcuts for. If you want to copy instead of moving, change mv to cp -r. The above won’t work exactly as you’ve asked. It will use the Universal Actions shortcut instead of you typing “move to assets” in Alfred, but this approach also works when navigating inside Alfred and is easier to implement.
    2 points
  10. Hey there! 👋 I made a small workflow to add events to the calendar (stock Calendar app) with "natural language" (well... not really super sophisticated, but it feels "natural" to me in the sense that it's similar to how I create calendar events), similar to what Fantastical does. It works pretty good for me, and I thought to share it in case it can be useful for someone else as well It's nothing fancy obviously, at the moment it can do some simple things like this: "cal buy groceries tomorrow at 5pm" "cal meeting next wednesday for 3 hours at 3pm PDT" "cal in 2 hours get a break for 10 minutes" A couple notes: it supports only 1 target calendar at the moment, with the name specified in the `calendar` workflow variable it's written in Go (with `awgo`, thanks @deanishe!), for no particular reason rather that it's what I usually use for my projects, which means that it's compiled and it will bring up the annoying "verified developer" popup on macOS 10.15+ it should work on M1 via Rosetta, but I don't have a M1 Mac to make sure myself. I also thought about bundling the arm version with the workflow and/or creating separate downloadable workflows, if somebody is interested I can do something for that Here's the link -> https://github.com/ruggi/calfred/releases/latest Stay safe!
    2 points
  11. Better Dictionaries Better search and live previews for built-in macOS dictionaries. This post might be outdated, link to up-to-date README Download the latest version: Better.Dictionaries.alfredworkflow Features IPA (phonetic) pronunciations: Press ⌘↩ to hear the pronunciation.In-Alfred live previews with colors that automatically adapt to Alfred's theme: Reverse search: More relevant search results: left: macOS/Alfred built-in search, right: BetterDict If one word has multiple, unrelated meanings with different origin, they are showed as diffrent entries (in the above example, see "arm" has two entries at the top)Import any compatible dictionary Setup After importing the workflow, first type .setup-better-dictionaries into Alfred and follow the instructions for granting permissions. Importing a Dictionary After setup, type .dict-import into Alfred. Select the dictionary you want to import. Dictionary-specific Keywords and Hotkeys After a dictionary is imported, a script filter and a hotkey trigger is automatically created into the workflow editor. Freshly-installed workflow without any imported dictionaries: Two hotkeys and keyword triggers each automatically added after importing two dictionaries. They come pre-labeled with dictionary names: This allows you to assign hotkeys and keywords for specific dictionaries. For example, below you can see how I have manually assigned keywords thesaurus and defn to the thesaurus and dictionary respectively. In addition, I can trigger the dictionary search using ⌃⌥⌘D. Word Lookup You can use the hotkeys/keywords created above for directly searhcing specific dictionaries. That's the recommended way for dictionaries that you use frequently. For the infrequently used dictionaries for which you haven't assigned any hotkeys/keywords, follow this: 1. Type lookup into Alfred. You'll see a list of all dictionaries imported into BetterDict. 2. Select the dictionary to search, and type the search query. Notes and Warnings [*]Importing a dictionary could take as much as 30 minutes on old machines or if there's significant CPU activity from other apps.[*]After each mac restart, for the first time when you run the workflow, expect a comparatively slower search. Subsequent searches should be instant.[*]This workflow takes a LOT of space on disk. Take a look at the comparison: # Built-in dictionaries Oxford Thesaurus: 7 MB Oxford Dictionary: 36 MB # After importing into BetterDict Oxford Thesaurus: 101 MB (html files) Oxford Dictionary: 442 MB (html files) Search index for two: 730 MB (apart from html) Known IssuesThe workflow doeesn't work if the theme is Alfred Classic. If you must use that theme, duplicate that theme and use the duplicated one.
    2 points
  12. In the future, there will be significantly more control over which actions show for the context. I need to be completely happy with how it's working after 4.5 is released before adding more control. You know, I can't actually remember - I'll add a note to look into this, as it's reasonably trivial to alter this behaviour.
    2 points
  13. @Jasondm007 I actually have some pretty hefty plans for Universal Actions - I sneaked the Jump To feature in at the last moment for 4.5, so for now, it's going to be basic for the majority case of default actions... I can't wait to share some future bits
    2 points
  14. 2 points
  15. Not to detract from your main question, but there is a non-official dropbox client that uses the official public API and therefore doesn't suffer any device limits: https://maestral.app
    2 points
  16. We absolutely love and appreciate the enthusiasm you're all showing for the new features, and the possible further extension to it. If there's one thing you could do to help us make this process even better is to share your feedback in a structured and succinct way, e.g. a focused sentence or two on the feature suggestion, and a short paragraph explaining your use case. Andrew and I do our best to acknowledge feedback here, by email and on Twitter, all while continuing development, providing support and doing all the boring business stuff that has to happen behind the scenes. As such, long stream of consciousness posts can be difficult to parse into actionable feature suggestions. Again, thank you for your input, we love this community Cheers, Vero
    2 points
  17. zendude

    Firefox Assistant

    Hey All Just wanted to let people who were having issues connecting the extension with the workflow as documented here https://github.com/deanishe/alfred-firefox/issues/15 that I was able to get it to work by moving the alfred backup folder to my dropbox directory. The backup folder was originally placed in a directory that synced with icloud and also had a weird long name (e.g. "3 resources and things"). I'm not a coder at all but kinda felt that if the worklow can't find server.sh, etc... that it might have something to do with the folder length, naming, or icloud. Anyway, thanks Deanishe for this contribution. It really makes life easier!
    2 points
  18. Thanks for your request! I spent the holiday weekend (🤓) putting these themes together. Let me know what you think! Preview:
    2 points
  19. cleobis

    Calendar Workflow

    The formatting should be working now: https://github.com/cleobis/alfred-cal. Thanks to @deanishe for his tips.
    2 points
  20. It occurs to me that Quicksilver's Radial Menu Actions UI would be a pretty sweet solution here... i.e. make a selection (or not), tap your Universal Action hotkey and a menu system like this could appear on top of the selection (obviously modernized):
    2 points
  21. Do the following immediately after you get the warning: "[application-xyz] cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified." 1. Click "Cancel" on the warning dialog. 2. Open Mac System Preferences 3. Open Security & Privacy section, then the General tab 4. At the bottom in the "Allow apps downloaded from" section, you should see a message that says: "[application-xyz] was blocked from use because it is not from an identified developer." 5. Click the "Allow Anyway" button 6. Try to run the workflow again 7. You will get another warning about not being able to identify the developer, but now it has an Open button. Click Open. 8. You show now be able to run the workflow without any future problems (until you upgrade the workflow). Apple has more about this work-around at the bottom of this article: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202491
    2 points
  22. This is really great, thank you!
    1 point
  23. There's a configuration file called client_rules.json in the workflow. Change "names" from true to false on line 78 in the MS Outlook config.
    1 point
  24. Have you considered using inbound configuration on the items you want to group, then using call external trigger to call items in workflows directly from your workflow? https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/inbound-configuration/ This will allow for directly calling items without needing to simulate hotkeys. There is actually a built-in example of this using the older External Trigger object (before you could configure the external id directly onto any object) in Alfred's Workflow prefs Getting Started menu from the + button under the workflows list.
    1 point
  25. where do you want 'hello world' to be printed?
    1 point
  26. I actually also try to use Alfred as much as possible instead of Finder and for myself (and regarding your use case) I can't see what could be more optimal than having a direct shortcut to send your selected file to your editor of choice. Which is what I sent you in my first workflow example. You can put your selection inside the Alfred file browser to the file that you want to send to your favourite text editor and directly do the shortcut which will send it directly instead of needing to go inside the Actions panel. It's up to you if you prefer going into the Actions panel, but to show you how I'm doing it, I've configured a Hotkey trigger (set to work only when Alfred has the focus and that sends the Selection in macOS) with the Hotkey set to CMD+E ("E" for Edit) that send the select item directly to my editor of choice. Here is an updated workflow with a specific Hotkey trigger set to work the way I'm telling you (look at the first one, top left in the workflow). Set you preferred key combination (CMD+E on my side) and try it when you select a file in the Alfred File Browser. The difference between that one and the other is that the second Hotkey (like the first workflow I sent you) would work from anywhere, so it could be useful if you want to send the selection from Finder or inside Alfred or other file browser, but by restricting it to only Alfred you can configure a simpler hotkey that won't interfere with others.
    1 point
  27. Hi all, it appears that an update to Google Drive a few days ago has caused Spotlight and macOS to stop indexing the files. Some users seem to have had quick and efficient success in finding files again by telling macOS to reindex their Google Drive, while others don't appear to have been able to. Google is very opaque about what's happening under the hood with Google Drive. It could be that a workflow that directly interacts with the Google Drive API can finally put these issues to bed once and for all, and this is something we're going to look into. We'll pop some updates on the forum once we've investigated further. Cheers, Vero
    1 point
  28. Which you can accomplish with multiple Write File Output. It has a builtin conditional to Skip, Overwrite, or Append depending on if the file exists. What you’re trying to do is an extra step. Either way, for the File Utility you give it the file’s path from the preceding node. If you’re using a Hotkey, set Argument to Text and paste the full file path there.
    1 point
  29. https://www.alfredapp.com/help/advanced/sync/
    1 point
  30. Alfred GIF Search Download: Gif.Search.alfredworkflow Up-to-date README (this post is outdated) This workflow lets you search GIFs on Tenor from Alfred. Here's an example of searching and inserting a GIF in a google doc: Installation Download the latest release. In Alfred, run .setup-gif-search. Usage In Alfred, enter gif keyword followed by search query. Press ↩. Use arrow keys or mouse to browse the GIFs. To copy the selected GIF to clipboard: either ⌘↩ or ⌘-click To drop the GIF into apps that support it: drag from Alfred and drop into that app Note Firefox and Chrome don't support pasting GIFs from clipboard. That is, if you copy a GIF to clipboard and paste it, it shows up as a static image, not an animated GIF. This is not a bug in this workflow, but rather just the way these browsers have decided to handle GIFs. Both Chrome and Firefox support drag-n-drop. If you use either of these browsers, sorry, you gotta use the mouse!
    1 point
  31. Yes, fixed on my side with this build! Look inside the "Action in Alfred" workflow object, there's now a "Jump to" section. This is used to directly "jump to" a specific action that has a second panel (ex: Open with..., Copy/Move to..., Open URL in...).
    1 point
  32. So, when is the 4.6 release date??
    1 point
  33. Yep, fixed on my side with that build Happy to help! I don't always have a lot of time, but I like playing with Alfred between rushes of hard work and I finished some long ones not many days ago
    1 point
  34. Hi @Andrew, I was writing to you regarding this feature! In short, that is great! but I'm questioning myself if it would be better for you to find a solution that could work to call any Universal Action item (not just the built-in) than to start with something and then make changes later on to allow the possibility... I mean, I'm just thinking in regards to the future of Alfred and its development, so you better know the inside and how this could work out and how this could be extended, but I simply just don't want you to be blocked by rapidly adding this feature. I was thinking of 2 solutions: Something like the "Workflow Triggers..." menu we get from the "Call External" workflow object that would give us the list of all our items for a specific type Simply having a text field where we could insert the title of the item that we want Alfred to invoke (something like the standard macOS shortcut to menu items; ex: "Call item with title: name_of_title_here"). This way, Alfred could dynamically select the matching action from its title when it parses the action list when invoked. With that said, I like the newly added "Jump to" feature to the "Action in Alfred" and from some testing this seems to work great (I tested all the actions and they popped the right UI). So, that's great to have it, thanks! I'll let you know if I get any problems while using the feature a little more. One thing I think that may cause problems to some users: it's not so obvious that some items only work with specific type of items (I'm thinking that some user may ask for help why it doesn't work on their side), maybe you should filter the "Jump to" items when "Treatment" is set to a specific type so people know that some actions can't be done with those type. I know it's a little tricky for some, so maybe your mention "If no relevant arguments are passed... no actions panel will show" is enough... I'm just mentioning in case you get an idea
    1 point
  35. No, the “snippets” folder is inside the Alfred.alfredpreferences bundle. Right-click on it and choose “Show Package Contents" That should be clear from the “Configuration” section on the page linked above. It's important to read carefully if you're a noob.
    1 point
  36. @Pearcen, thanks will give it a try. ^⌥⌘W is your shortcut for a specific Moom layout?
    1 point
  37. Alfred 4.5 beta is now available on the in-app updater via the pre-release channel Again, thanks for your help for testing this before others, and for the feedback. Cheers, Andrew
    1 point
  38. i’ve used exactly the same approach for a while:
    1 point
  39. I'm a fan of Ryan Hanson's apps, including Charmstone and Hookshot. He's recently released another app called Hyperkey that is insanely useful for Alfred 4.5's Universal Actions. Specifically, I use Caps Lock as my Alfred activation key. I previous used Karabiner Elements to hook up F19 to Alfred, but discovered that it was overkill for this simple use case. Hyperkey allows me to map Caps Locks to F19 as my Hyperkey, and then F19 to Alfred without all the deep system modification: Here's the crazy awesome tie-up between Alfred 4.5 and Hyperkey: if you include "shift" in your Hyperkey setup, you can now activate Alfred 4.5's Universal Actions by pressing shift and then Caps Lock... easily the easiest keyboard combo you can imagine. Of course, would be cool if Alfred enabled this natively, but meanwhile, pretty stoked about this!
    1 point
  40. iApple

    Calendar Workflow

    Didn't know this calendar workflow exited and thanks for fixing for Big Sur. Unfortunately Big Sur does render few workflows obsolete 🤨. Hopefully more workflows will get updated. Thanks again for fixing this one.
    1 point
  41. Hey, yes will definitely be adding this at some point! Just need to find some time to start on it 😁. The only thing stopping me from being too urgent about it, is the fact you need to be an admin in your workspace in order to use the Notion API. Do you use this tool for your personal notion workspace or for your work's notion workspace? Or both? Unless you're admin for your works notion workplace, you won't be able to use the Notion API for that anyway. Notion say they will improve the authentication process, so you don't have to be an admin to use it, in the future, which I think will be key for a lot of people's use.
    1 point
  42. How about creating a templates directory in the workflow’s data directory where users can put their own empty (or not) files? Then if there’s a file in there with the same extension as the new file the user’s creating, copy that instead of just touching a file?
    1 point
  43. Thanks for all the feedback - Just remember that this is a new feature, and I actually have tonnes of stuff lined up to improve and enhance it over the coming releases
    1 point
  44. From everyone replies, I think we all always want more extensibility @Andrew, I had a play on my side and actually I'm able to get what I want (with the pre-processing of the input) by calling the Universal Actions from a workflow triggered by a Hotkey (so, like I did before, but now I can get a universal actions list instead of a specific workflow when actioned with a string). Right now, I set a condition that if there's no input then I run my script to try to get the file or the URL from the front application and then pop the Universal Actions with the found value or run another workflow if there's still nothing found. So, I would say that I'm good with my request It would be great to make it faster to have it natively inside Alfred, but I think the workflow object makes it customizable quite well. I don't know if you are trying to build something in this regards during the last days, but if so I'm sure it's going to be great and if not then I'm good with my setup! To get back to @nyc2cal, yes maybe some extra usability options could be great. I also found that with the "Workflow Keyword Inputs" and "Workflow Script Filters" ticked I have a very long list of actions, so I unchecked them at the moment and find it better. However, I think it would be great to be able to configure it more than to set it to all or nothing since there's some workflow I could benefit having there. So, what I'm thinking is maybe it could be great to add an option to the Keyword and Script Filters objects to specify if we want it to appear in the Universal Actions list or not. With that, in the Universal Actions preference, instead of having toggles, it could be a drop-down menu for those 2 types (Keywords + Script Filters) to specify if we want "all of them", "manually activated inside workflows" or "none". I know we can add the Universal Action trigger inside a workflow for that, but I'm wondering how we could disable/activate it when imported from a downloaded workflow (actually, this is something that I think would be great to add to every workflow objects: being able to disable/bypass it so we could tidy our list of actions that appears in Alfred) With that, what I've been thinking that would be great is to add an option to the Universal Action trigger to make it active or not only in specific applications. I think it would be great to add the same "Related Apps" section as the Hotkey trigger so this could be a way to tidy our list and it could be a way to create specific actions list per application (some kind of a command palette) and this could be a way to create and share workflows that "augment" each other to build a list for a specific application. Those are simply some ideas since I think we will get used to filter our list with our input like we always did with the File Actions or the standard Alfred input field, but maybe this can spark you some ideas One other point, not sure if it's a bug or not, but I've been thinking that some kind of a tagging feature could be great and be used to filter a list to items tagged with the same tag. So, what I've thought was to append the same text to the action titles that I wanted to group (ex: "Copy as Plain Text [ @text ]" ; with many spaces to try to hide the tag in the action list, just tried inside a workflow and actually the tag doesn't get hidden since Alfred truncate the middle of the string and not the end), but whenever I modify the text and press Enter then the string revert to the default one. I never tried to change the Default Actions titles so maybe it has always been this way, but I'm questioning why are we able to get a text input field if it's not to modify the title then? One last thing, it is already mentioned at the bottom of the Default Actions list that some actions will only show depending on context, maybe those contexts aware settings could be editable and could be added to the Universal Action trigger?
    1 point
  45. This is how I've set it up: keyword -> Launch Apps / Files (with my selected files) -> Run Script where the script is Language: /usr/bin/osascript and the script is as follows: tell application "Moom" arrange windows according to snapshot named "MyLayout" end tell This assumes you've set up a Window Layout Snapshot in Moom called "MyLayout" & which is appropriate for the selected files. I've set up custom snapshots on all three of my machines for the optimal workspace layout based on screen size. Since Moom prefs. are local to each machine (and hence customized based on screen size) but Alfred prefs. are synced in Dropbox, this works great. I can use the same keyword on each machine, and get appropriate results.
    1 point
  46. While I have not had reason to use it, others have recommended the free program shortcut detective to help ascertain whether there is a conflict between shortcuts. It may be able to tell you if some other program is using that shortcut. Stephen Edit: corrected typo.
    1 point
  47. Hi Vero Thank you for your feedback. I took the opportunity this afternoon to speak with Evernote as suggested. The following transcript may be of some assistance to forum members. you • 10:07:40 am Hi I would like to discuss an issue of Evernote integration lormel katrin • 10:07:52 am Hi! Welcome to Evernote Customer Support. lormel katrin • 10:08:14 am Can you please provide more details regarding your concern? you • 10:10:31 am Sure - I am a long term user of Evernote Premium and also the third part app named Alfred - Up until version 10 I was able to use Alfred to search my Evernote account but it appears that the Evernote upgrades now prevent Alfred from working with Evernote - are you working on allowing Alfred once again work with Evernote? lormel katrin • 10:11:31 am I understand that you are inquiring if Alfred and Evernote is already available in the new Evernote app. lormel katrin • 10:12:04 am As it seems, we haven’t built this feature into the new Evernote app. This is one of a handful of features we are still considering. lormel katrin • 10:12:06 am Thanks for letting us know this feature is important to you. I will share this information with our product team. you • 10:13:04 am Please do as this is extremely important for me and the vast majority of Alfred users from the support forums I read in Alfred lormel katrin • 10:13:19 am I understand. I'll make sure to pass your feedback to our team so they are aware of your experience. lormel katrin • 10:13:33 am In the meantime, you can use the Legacy app while our team is working on this integration. lormel katrin • 10:13:49 am Thank you for your patience and understanding. you • 10:15:54 am can the legacy app work in tandem with the current version of Evernote? lormel katrin • 10:16:20 am Yes, you can install it side by side.
    1 point
  48. you mean that any workflow that starts with a snippet trigger will show in the snippets viwer? If that's the case, i guess this will solve my problem is it planned to be any time soon?
    1 point
  49. Hi, My contribution is a script filter based workflow which collects all of your saved snapshots into a selectable Alfred list: Moom snapshots
    1 point
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