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  1. This snippet returns a string from current year to current second. {date:yyyyMMddhhmmss} example: 20191201162013 Can it be formatted to include milliseconds? appending "mmm" or ".mmm" does not do that.
  2. In Snippets I'm able to create a shortcut for today's date or date time 7 days from now with the simple syntax: `{date +7d}` and `{date time +7d}` What I'm trying to do however is use the {date:short} snippet in the same way, so: `{date:short +7d}` However this outputs: "11 (second: 38)" My question: is there any way of using {date:short} with Snippet date arithmetic? Thanks!
  3. I have a workflow (here) which works well to take trigger a snippet with calculated days, however, I'd like to make it exclude weekends (or alternatively include only business days), but I'm unsure how to go about doing that. I am assuming a script filter would need to be placed between the initial input of "number of days ahead" and all calculations based on that input.
  4. Hi forum. I recently purchased the Alfred PowerPack and am looking forward to leveraging its power. I've added a few custom workflows that are triggered by hotkeys which run some NSAppleScripts. I'd like to do the same for a few more, but triggered automatically at a specific time each week (e.g. "every Friday @ 6pm"). I don't see a workflow object that is triggered by date or time. Is this possible in Alfred?
  5. I am trying to create a snippet that would produce the following: date=June 2016 where the date is automatically generated. How do I finish this? date={date:????} Thanks.
  6. Hi guys, the new snippets auto expansion is nice. Thanks for such a great update! Anyway is it possible to set different format for {date} and {time} ?
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