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  1. I added an option to export as CSV. 


    The format is:

    Column 1 - "important" if the item is pinned else empty

    Column 2 - task description

    Column 3 - due date if preset followed by tag name (if different from #default), otherwise empty


    Check it out and let me know. Currently, it exports data to the desktop, but you can easily change that if needed in the Run Script node of the "Export as CSV" script filter in the workflow.

    thanks Benzi, I will look into transforming this into a Statusboard version this weekend and keep you informed ;)



  2. Until I get something more robust in place - here is a manual workaround approach in v1.6


    I have included the option to export and import todo lists in Taskpaper-like format. So you can export your current todo list to an existing .Taskpaper file or the clipboard. You can import all items also from a .Taskpaper file. Since importing items always adds to the existing list, you should clear all items and then import the .taskpaper file.


    It is a slight pain though (because of the manual intervention required), but it should work.


    There are some limitations with the integration to Taskpaper (no support for notes, no sub projects, projects cannot have a space in between etc).


    PS. stumbled across this workflow called TodoFlow which has a Taskpaper-ready format for its todo files, maybe you can give that a try too - I haven't tried the workflow myself, but I did borrow some code for the import functionality.


    Download the latest version here or update via Alleyoop.

    Hi Benzi, 


    I have another question/request/idea


    I have been using Panic's new app called status board http://panic.com/statusboard/


    and it can display CSV files, 


    can the todo file be output as a csv?


    thanks in advance, 



  3. Thanks for considering my request Benzi! when i open the file that todo makes now in TaskPaper (as you probably know) it gives me a great deal of Python code ;) 


    I presently have my todo yaml file saved to a folder in dropbox and can add and delete todos from any of my macs which is great, I guess i am just looking for a solution that would allow me to interact with them on iOS


    thanks again for your great work, 



  4. I love this workflow! I have a request that needs to reside outside the workflow but that would accomplish the following 2 things:


    1. at certain times a day, a scheduled automator process would export my todo list to a plain text document readable with Taskpaper on iOS (synced to dropbox)


    2. I could add tasks to that text document in a way that it would get reimported into the Alfred todo automatically (again possibly with an automator scheduled task)


    is this possible, is this of interest to others?



  5. I have a workflow request: I am a Podio user and can add tasks by sending emails to a specific email address. I would love to be able to create the subject and the body text of an email going to a specific address right from Alfred (ideally without having to go through the Mail.app.)


    if you have ideas on how to achieve this, I am available for testing, 



  6. Hello all, 


    I am an Alfred fan boy who would love to see a workflow that would allow adding tasks to Podio form Alfred. Are any of the talented people here interested in tackling that challenge. Podio has an API but I don't even know where to start. 


    any help or advice would be much appreciated





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