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  1. This workflow (alfred-harvest on Github) gives you complete access to your Harvest time-tracking: Add new timers Toggle today's timers View and add notes Launch your Harvest web app To do: More secure password / email handling Add capability to add / view notes Let Alfred remember projects, and prefer recent projects Set a command to visit your Harvest profile Command to quickly add/subtract 5min, 10min, or custom amount from any timer (for those times when you step out for a pool game and forget to shut off your timer). Show total time for this week View and download latest release (v1.0.2) (v2.0.0) (v2.0.1) (v2.0.2): https://github.com/neilrenicker/alfred-harvest/releases How to use and more info: https://github.com/neilrenicker/alfred-harvest
  2. I've rewritten my Alfred-Time workflow so that it's more easily extensible, and better tested. Currently it works with the Toggl and Harvest services. You can start, stop, or continue a timer, choose a project and a tag if necessary. With version 2.0 it's one service or the other though. The previous version allowed to use both services at the same time. I personally don't use that anymore, and it was a pain to maintain. If you still need that functionality, you can still use the previous version. I'm planning to add new services. It's very basic (even more basic than the previous version). Just start, stop or continue. No more delete, no more cache bullshit. There's some ideas in the queue like enable/disable tags (or choose a default one), but nothing done yet. I use the workflow daily and it works fine (for me). If it does help you, enjoy! GitHub: https://github.com/godbout/alfred-time/releases Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/alfred-time-v2
  3. New to creating workflows from scratch, have only really tweaked existing workflows. I need to set up a timer that loops indefinitely once set, with the ability to stop it at any time. What's the best way to do this? All help appreciated. Thanks!
  4. I noticed this: https://github.com/dbader/alfred-countdown-timer but after searching for a few min I still couldn't find one for Alfred 3. Does anyone know of one?
  5. I'm wondering whether Alfred is capable of task timing and popping up notifications that tell me to move onto the next task or given me the option of extending my time. I want to allot my waking hours to different projects and times I want to spend on them and then be told when the time is over and to move onto the next task. I'd like to keep the name of the task in the menu bar along with a countdown. I've tried so many apps and none of them do what I want them to do. Is Alfred capable of this?
  6. Quite a few people have asked for the ability to execute workflows at certain times. Well, here's (kind of) a solution. Alfred Cron (note: consider this workflow to be a 'beta' right now) with will run any bash command on any interval that you define. Now, this means that you can run any script of any kind (to run a python script, you'd just write: python "/path/to/script.py" 'args'). It also means that you can take advantage of the new External Triggers in Alfred. So, if you want to run a workflow in the background at a certain time, then you can as long as there is an External Trigger for that workflow. Fun idea: if you're decently good at scripting, then you can replace Hazel with this workflow. You can define cron jobs through a nifty little GUI box. Just, see it in action in the GIF below: More detailed documentation is available at http://shawnrice.github.io/alfred-cron. Download it from Packal. Note: Alfred Cron uses the Alfred Bundler framework, so when you first execute the workflow, it will take a moment to install the bundler, Pashua, BashWorkflowHandler, and Terminal Notifier. So, be patient at first. They need to download only once. Also, Alfred Cron makes use of Ctwise's brilliant SetupIconsForTheme, so the workflow will adjust to your Alfred whether it is light or dark.
  7. A Simple Timer That Support Hour, Minute And Second, When time is up, large display it. The Preview Page: http://d.pr/i/PLnN http://d.pr/f/TLqE
  8. As I started to ween myself of a disturbingly growing coffee habit, I looked to tea as a source of comfort and caffeine. However I often found that I would go to the kitchen to prepare tea, and then go back to standing at my desk, entirely forgetting about the cup I left brewing on the counter. I came to enjoy using Ben Lew’s steep.it website to solve this problem. The website allows you to set a web-based timer for specific types of tea or at minute intervals. I loved using it so much I decided to integrate it into Alfred and created a workflow to let you easily set a timer for different types of tea or for a specific amount of time. Read the blog post for full details.
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