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  1. Good day to you ladies and gentlemen, just a little introduction: When I was looking for a 2Do workflow, I did not find something that really fits my needs. But I found this: http://www.packal.org/workflow/apple-reminders That is why I decided to create a 2Do workflow similar to the workflow above. You can add following information through Alfred: Keywords are: rm, twodo and todo Task title (can't be empty) Due date (if empty or wrong format, it will use your default) Due time (if empty or wrong format, it will use your default) List (if empty or list doesn't exist, it will use your default) Other functions: st <keyword> - will search for your keyword in 2Do nt - launches the app with new task screen Some further information to due date and due time: Due date formats: <day> - will add the current month and current year <day>.<month> - current year will be added <day>.<month>. - current year will be added <day>.<month>.<year> <weekday> - the next <weekday> (f.e. Friday) will be your due date today tomorrow next week in <days> days - due in x days <days> days - same as above Due time formats: <hours> - will add ":00" <hours>:<minutes> If you have any suggestions, please keep the 2do url-schemes in mind: https://www.2doapp.com/kb/article/url-schemes.html But feel free to post them! Also don't forget to ask questions. Source: https://github.com/janonymousgit/2doalfredworkflow Have a nice day! Please let me know if something doesn't work properly. Known issues: https://github.com/janonymousgit/2doalfredworkflow/issues/1 Latest changes: Fixed due date issue Added an option to search for keywords (st <keyword>) Added "nt" to open app with new task screen new Git-Source
  2. Github repository Workflows I came to find out there actually is another workflow that's about 9 months old only after I finished making a new one, but since mine is slightly different so I'm going to post it anyway. USAGE: 2d event [[today][tomorrow] on [11][feb 11][11 feb 2018][wed][wednesday][2/11]] [at [9][9:30][pm]] [@[list]] [#[tag]] [[*][**][***]] You can set due date, due time, list, tags, priority in near-natural-language way. Order between due date, due time, list, tags and priority doesn't matter as long as event is located frontmost. Require Python3 installed. Caveat is, Python script isn't properly fast enough(and my coding skill isn't good enough) to handle large inputs like this right away, pausing .5 seconds before pressing return key is recommended. Otherwise metadata may not be fully included. That being said, I'm looking for someone that could give me ideas to decrease these intervals Python requires to break down inputs and convert it to tasks. Though this script can be improved, since this workflow actually works, I'm posting this workflow here rather than Workflow Questions and Helps. Please let me know if anything's against community rules(or maybe admin can take this down)
  3. Hi there, Does anyone have a 2do workflow that works? I've had trouble finding one because the Alfred forum won't let me perform a three character search! I found this: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/3811-2do-workflow/ but it doesn't appear to work for me. Any ideas greatly appreciated.
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