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  1. Ah, thanks @jeverest. Adding the adefault makes it work. When I remove the default, it fails, but with it, it works.
  2. Thanks so much for the guide @Davejorg and @jeverest. I followed the instructions, but it seems like it's "stuck" on a certain workspace. (I am a member of multiple workspaces in my Asana account.) What I tried: Installed workflow & made the id changes above in asana.php & workflows.php Set my access token — it works and running 'aspace', the workflow can see all the workspaces and projects across those workspaces I can save assignees using 'aperson' keyword I set target to a certain project using the 'aproject' keyword When I try to add a task while running the debug mode in Alfred, I see this response in the logs: [12:28:41.154] Asana QuickTask[Run Script] Passing output 'assignee: Not a user in Workspace: andrew.skotzko@gmail.com' to Post Notification Help?
  3. Made a workflow to close the annoying iCal and OSX system notifications w/o touching the mouse. Only verified on Yosemite but so far it works great. Get it here >> https://github.com/skotzko/shhhhh
  4. Hey Derico, thanks for sharing this! Super useful. I was struggling with the same pain after reading the original post awhile ago. I've actually been building an app to do this and build in some export capabilities to Anki, PM me if you want to use it.
  5. A) This is fantastic, thank you very much for building this. When you were building this, did you come across a way to auto-assign tasks when they are created? I just tested this and it worked well but auto-assigned the task to me. I'm wondering if there's a way to set it to assign to my virtual assistant. If anything comes to mind, I'd love to hear it. If not, no worries at all. Again, thank you so much for making this!
  6. Hey politicus, Thanks for the response. The menu items workflow is close to what I mean, but not exactly. What I'm looking for is a way to keep system-wide keyboard shortcuts in sync across devices. Some examples: In GrowlVoice I have "command + option + I" as my system-wide hotkey to jump to my inbox In Evernote, I use "control + command + E" as a system-wide hotkey There are others I use as well, but I guess what I'm really looking for is a way to keep hotkeys that launch and/or take in-app actions in sync across devices.
  7. On my Mac, I use Evernote religiously. I have several hotkey combos set in System Preferences >> Keyboard that correspond to menu items within the Evernote app. Is there a way to make Alfred do system-level application hotkeys? (I know there is a workflow for Evernote, but I'm interested in this more generically, so that I don't have to reset my application-specific hotkeys on different systems.) Thanks in advance. Loving Alfred2.
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