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CheriLasota

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  1. I'm very new to Alfred, so I'm still getting the hang of what's possible with Alfred. I just launched a stock image webstore and I also upload these images to various stock websites such as Adobe Stock. Is it possible to use Alfred to do any of the following? Note: I run the latest Alfred on a brand new MacBook Pro running the latest OSX. Resize images that I dump into a particular folder on my hard drive? The dpi from 300 to 72 and the pixel dimensions to always be a width of 1000px wide. When I move an image into a specific folder it will open up Twitter and upload the image to a new tweet (or something similar)? When I move an image into a specific folder it will open up Pinterest and upload the image to a new pin (or something similar)? When I move an image into a specific folder it will add a prefix onto the file name (such as "READY TO UPLOAD") WHEN I move an image into a specific folder it will auto add it to another specific folder. If any of these are possible, what's the best way of going about learning how to set something like this up? Thanks!
  2. Thanks for the advice. I didn't even know where syncing was, so apparently I hadn't set that up yet. I'll have to recreate them, but now I've got sync running on both my Macs so I run into this issue again. I'm transferring some of my data over in pieces and parts, hoping to keep things as clean and organized and streamlined as possible. One machine will be dedicated to my 3D/Photoshop/Video work and the other will be for writing/research.
  3. Hi there, I had a motherboard fail in my MacBook Pro running Mojave. I've since bought a new MacBook Pro and repaired the old MacBook Pro. I'm doing a brand new clean install of Alfred on both machines and I've inputted my Powerpack license but none of my workflows are showing up. Where are workflows located on a MacBook's hard drive? Is there a way I can access them and upload them back into Alfred instead of recreating them all from scratch? I REALLY don't want to have to do that because if I did, I'm assuming I'd have to do that on both machines. Thanks in advance for the assistance! ~Cheri
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