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  1. Hi folks, I'm working on this new workflow which allows you to control your Gmail emails with Alfred. Features Quickly access your latest emails with Alfred Supported actions:Mark As Read/Unread Archive Move To Inbox/Trash Quick reply Add label Automatically uses a dark or light icon set depending on your current Alfred theme Background cache refresh Uses the official Gmail API to securely access your Gmail account Uses OAuth 2.0 to authorize the workflow Saves your access_token securely in OS X's keychain Feel free to give some feedback! Github: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-gmail Download-Link: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-gmail/releases/latest
  2. Not sure if something like this already exists or is even possible, but since google Inbox has been put to pasture (very bummed), I'm looking to try and do the following to replace the built-in Reminder system of Inbox. Basically I want to type a keyword, say 'Reminder' and a workflow would: - open Gmail to a new message (web client) - populate 'To:' email (this would be static variable, it would not change) - populate 'Subject:' with "Reminder: " - if possible, have cursor stay in Subject input field for me to enter in text after 'Reminder: ' (i.e. "Reminder: Walk the Dog") I have a filter set up in Gmail to handle emails from me with Subject containing 'Reminder: ' Any help would be appreciated, Mike
  3. Hi, I made this for myself and thought I'd share. I'm a heavy Gmail user, and I think Gmail works best in Chrome. I wanted to always have a Gmail tab open, and to *not* open multiple Gmail tabs when I use the workflow from other applications. I also wanted the Gmail tab to always be pinned to the left. It can't be done via AppleScript, so I'm using a Chrome Extension called Auto Pin URL. Get it if you want the Gmail tab pinned left (it's not required for the workflow to function. Without it, your Gmail tab will be *wherever* in Chrome): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/auto-pin-url/heodenddhgffdcadgghkghlcjjikaahf Here is the URL you will need to add to Auto Pin URL: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/ Here's the features of the workflow (keyword / explanation): gm - GMail. Whatever you're doing, this brings Chrome to the front and activates the Gmail tab. If there's no Gmail tab, it will create one (and Auto Pin URL will move it to the far left). I have assigned it Shift-Control-z gmn - GMail New. Open a new compose window. (This is the lone exception in that it opens a new tab. I don't like the new compose window you get by typing c in gmail.) I have assigned Shift-Control-x. This tab auto closes once you send the mail. gms - GMail Search gmf - GMail From. Search for sender gmt - Gmail To. Search for recipient gmc - GMail Contacts. Search Gmail contacts gmgi - GMail Inbox ("gi" is Gmail's default Inbox shortcut) gmgt - GMail Sent. Sent items. ("gt" is Gmail's default Sent Mail shortcut) gmga - GMail All Mail. All mail. ("ga" is Gmail's default All Mail shortcut) NOTE: I made this for my Google Apps account. Haven't tested it on a regular gmail account, but I bet it works fine. I'm no AppleScript expert, so my code may be crappy. Buy hey, this workflow works great for me. Download here: http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=75677841761488282960
  4. Hi guys, I've recently downloaded Alfred and really like it. I'm trying to create a workflow now and have been struggling with how to go about it. I've tried to lay my problem out below 1) I receive an email from an address that I have saved in a Google sheet. 2) I open up the email and see that they have pasted a link/some text that I need in the email. 3) I want to use a trigger that copies the text I select and adds it to a specific row and column in my Google sheet. I'm using Zapier and feel comfortable with setting up Zaps with Alfred. However, my issue comes when matching the email I'm on with the correct row and column in the spreadsheet. In my spreadsheet, I have the recipients email address and even the message thread URL. So I could use these as a unique modifier quite easily. I'm just not sure how to set it up so that I have these bits of data to use in my zap. Any guidance on this would be very much appreciated. Thanks everyone. - Mike
  5. I am in need of a script or scripting to parse an onslaught of email data in Gmail and organized in a google sheets file which the column headers are titled in conjunction with the need data from the emails. This is how the data is relayed to me which I need a script to extract the indicated fields below into a new cell within their respected columns in Google sheets. If anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it, sure make my day a lot easier. Thank you. It was much easier to just screenshot the key I created to map out what I really need and what everything looks like on my end. (See screenshots below) The pertinent email will be subject titled: Fwd: Debt Settlement. Screenshot Screenshot2 Again thank you to anyone who can help me with this.
  6. We could use an AppleScript like this for Chrome. I modified this simple script: https://github.com/mobjack/MacChromeCalendarFocus Still having a little trouble focusing the correct window. If anyone can help on that please let me know what's missing: tell application "Google Chrome" repeat with w in windows set i to 1 repeat with t in tabs of w if URL of t starts with "https://inbox.google.com/" then set active tab index of w to i set index of w to 1 tell application "Google Chrome" to activate tell application "System Events" keystroke "c" end tell return end if set i to i + 1 end repeat end repeat open location "https://inbox.google.com/" tell application "System Events" keystroke "c" end tell end tell tell application "Google Chrome" to activate
  7. I'd like to create a simple workflow to create a new message in Gmail where I can add 'to', 'cc', 'bcc' and 'subject' in Alfred and have this open in a browser So I type something like... [keystroke] me@me.com / you@you.com [optional] / blah@blah.com [optional] / What my email is about / [or some other delimiter, don't mind what] ...and this would be turned into... https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&fs=1&tf=1&to={query1}&cc={query2}&bcc={query3}&su={query4} I am not primarily a programmer but I'm assuming there must be workflows that do similar things in simple ways that I could easily modify rather than code from scratch. However, I've been looking round the web and around this forum for the last couple of hours trying to find something, and I can't. Please excuse me if the answer is somewhere obvious, and please point me in the right direction if you can Many thanks
  8. This workflow lets you to search across your accounts for Box, Dropbox, and Google Apps (Gmail + Drive + Calendar + Gchat), all in one place with Synata. Description Synata lets you quickly find any files, emails, contacts, calendar appointments, chats, and more --- regardless of where they're stored. Accounts are 100% free, and the app currently integrates with Box + Dropbox + Google Apps. Our team is building out integrations for Evernote, JIRA, Salesforce, Confluence, etc. You can download the workflow by visiting our blog post here. Screenshots: Initiate search with Alfred Use Synata to search for any of your data Here's a more detailed screenshot: First Time Use You'll need to do the following steps: Register for a free Synata account here Connect the accounts you want to be able to search (Note that after you connect your accounts, it will take up to 24 hours to generate the index before you can search.) And that's it. Pretty straightforward. This first version executes the search on the Synata application website. Our next version will have a deep integration so that results are directly accessible from inside Alfred. Please try it out and share any feedback with us. Thanks!
  9. I noticed that I cannot send an attachment through gmail, and only through apps on my Mac like Mail.app Would it be possible to send attachments through gmail in the future?
  10. Please somebody HELP !! I desperately need these workflows and I can't find them anywhere : A workflow to search my GMAIL CONTACTS (yeah so it opens online) A workflow to search Mac OSX NOTES A workflow to search my online Google DRIVE I am no good at scripting anything other than a sheetmusic, so pleasssse I need your help, oh great great alfred gurus BabaOo
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