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  1. Any news on Touchbar integration? Either workflow or system level. Nice to be able to have some useful things appear in the Touchbar when Alfred is activated.
  2. I'm always looking for reasons to find the touch bar useful, this would seem one of them. Being able to show touchbar options on activation of Alfred and then on selecting search items would be incredibly useful.
  3. Would still really value this as a feature! Any ideas chaps?
  4. Bit of a shameless bump, but has anyone had any further thoughts on this? Would claim back a few extra minutes of each day!
  5. That would work too Jono. When searching "2013 job.." I see a list of folders, select using arrow keys or refine by typing more. Hit "/" and it then searches within that folder. Slightly different approach but would get me closer!
  6. Thanks for the suggestion Tyler, can't see it producing the results I'm after though. As David says, it would mean a filter for each job folder I think. I have 30 different clients and between 5 and 100 jobs in each, each containing 5-6 folders and various files. I think it would be really good as a system wide search to be able to use parent/subfolder patterns to find matches where a subfolders sits in a certain parent. Great for narrowing down results on the fly.
  7. I have my jobs seperated into a folder structure which remains reasonably constant and I'm always up for ways to find contents quicker. Structure: client1 ->2012 job1 -->AE -->Docs -->Health Safety -->Travel ->2013 job5 -->AE -->Docs -->Travel etc.. I use spotlight/alfred to seach for "2012 job x" and then either show in finder or navigate in alfred, normally only to find a subfolder. Could you please consider adding a way of doing a split level folder search so I could find "Docs" within "2012 job x" Search "2012 job1/docs" shows Docs in 2012 job1 Search "2012/docs" shows a list of Docs subfolders in folders that start "2012...." Maybe this needs an asterisk before the / but i'd rather it didn't. Hope this makes sense! Cheers, James
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