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  1. I was able to get this working using the Alfred keystroke function. 🤦‍♂️ I was not able to make it work at first, but realized I needed to add the keystroke output to my initial hotkey action with a delay. (In case anyone ever has as similar confusion.) Best tool ever!! 🖤
  2. Hopefully I'm asking this correctly... I'm wondering if there is a way to have Alfred automatically enter/submit my command after using a hotkey? So my hotkey is setup to open Alfred with the correct command and argument, and then I press enter to submit it and run. I'm wondering if there is a way to have Alfred automatically press enter for me? So I would just press the hotkeys, Alfred would open with the command ready and then submit it on its own. I know it is just one extra key press, but figured I'd ask and see. 😁Be a nice little time save for some commands I use (particularly ones to play/pause music). Thanks!
  3. Thanks for the tips. Was thinking of using a text doc I can just open from Alfred and writing them down on my desk. I actually found your othe rpost and am using that for workflow keywords and it's great! Thanks!
  4. Bit of a newb to Workflows, but do I need to set this up or something to work? I have installed it, but it just says "contacting getpocket.com"? - Update - Was in issue with my work network/machine, all is good on a different machine/network.
  5. Is there a native function (or a workflow) to list all the native Alfred hotkeys, keywords, etc that I have on? I have found a handful of workflows that will list commands and hotkeys for added workflows, but as a newer Alfred user I have a hard time remembering the native hotkeys and commands. I keep having to open preferences to see the hotkeys for file actions and such, would be great if I could just remember one command to list all these as I learn them over time. Apologies if this has been discussed before, searched around but could not find anything. This would be super helpful for a newb like me. Thanks!!
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