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  1. This readme could be outdated. Here there's the updated one. Create new tasks, mark tasks complete, and track the hours spent on each task. Installation 1. Download the latest release of the workflow. 2. Double click to add it to Alfred. 3. Run any command and follow the instructions for the setup. Reports If you want to generate reports of what you have done, you need to install QLMarkdown, a QuickLook plugin to preview Markdown files. To install it, open a terminal and run the following command brew cask install qlmarkdown Usage Commands asn create — Create a new Asana task asn complete — Mark an Asana task complete asn start — Start the timer for an Asana task asn stop — Stop the timer for an Asana task asn cancel — Cancel the timer of an Asana task asn reset — Reset Alfred's knowledge on an Asana task asn report — Show a report of what you have done. You can specify a time frame asn set token — Set your Personal Access Token asn set workspace — Set your default workspace asn set project — Set your default project New tasks are created on your default project. When you start a task, you'll be asked to select the field where you want to track the spent hours. Please note that when you stop or complete the task, this field will be overwritten by Alfred. When you reset a task, the history that generates the reports won't be affected. Examples asn create feed the hamster asn complete learn ballade no. 1 in g minor asn start prove p=np asn stop find the x asn set project conquer the world asn report week asn report 8 hours asn report 2 days GitHub
  2. I developed a fairly robust workflow for Asana. Its main purpose is to allow for the fastest possible adding of tasks. You can read more about it and the instructions for its use on my site: http://mannieschumpert.com/quicktask/ And you can download the workflow here: http://bit.ly/1afnipH There are also instructions in the workflow Readme. It has fairly comprehensive error handling, but if you find any bugs, please let me know! Credit to David Ferguson for his workflow PHP class, without which I probably couldn't have pulled this off.
  3. Hi dear Alfred people! This is my first post, even though I've been using Alfred Workflows for many years now. I'm on a journey to easily integrate my ever expanding number of client communication channels into my task management workflow. After trying really many systems I give up – almost! Finally I thought: Wait a moment, there's one tool that might hold the power to solve that issue. What I dream of: I copy text (or maybe even an image!?) from anywhere (mail, whatsapp, skype, slack, etc.) I open Alfred and start typing to find the task Fuzzy search results show Asana tasks I decide for one of them and that's it: My content is pasted as a comment into that task. I'm no coder, I don't have the patience or time. But I would pay somebody to solve that for me. Let's say US $ 200,– ? Very kind regards Tobi
  4. Hi everyone, here is a workflow for Alfred integration with Asana. It integrates through concept of GTD. Also it integrates with AnyBar and Atlassian Jira. It is quite advanced so check the documentation here: https://jotc.herokuapp.com/software/alfred_workflows#asana_workflow. It basically looks like this: It is written in Ruby, dependencies are listed in readme with guidance. THE WORKFLOW IS DEPRECATED. I use now an alternative written in Golang but it doesn't include a cloud solution (thus not synced between mobile and computer) so I don't offer it yet. Have a nice day Joe
  5. I'm trying to create a workflow where I type "task {query}" which then sends an email via AppleScript to x@mail.asana.com which would add a new task to my account. I'm struggling with the AppleScript. All I need to do is set the recipient to x@mail.asana.com and subject to {query}. Please help. Here's my code: on run {input, parameters} set recipientName to "Asana" set recipientAddress to "X@mail.asana.com" set theSubject to "{query}" set theContent to "" tell application "Mail" set theContent to theContent & (content of msg) set theSubject to theSubject & (subject of msg) set theMessage to make new outgoing message with properties {subject:theSubject, content:theContent, visible:true} tell theMessage make new to recipient with properties {name:recipientName, address:recipientAddress} -- send end tell end if end tell return input end run
  6. Created a simple workflow that allows you to quickly add a task to an Asana workspace or project. I just tweaked their Hello World sample from their API documentation so nothing fancy. It does require some setup to get your API Key and figure out your workspace and project ID that you want to add tasks too. I'll try to add those features as time permits. I'll also add it to Github so you can track updates easier. In the meantime, if you want to try it out: http://d.pr/f/SLhF. Feel free to provide feedback.
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