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  1. Description Alfred 2 workflow to search and create notes in Evernote. Search Keywords ens to search in every note field ens @ to search in a selected notebook ens # to search notes with a selected tags You can use ent (search in titles only) or enr (search in reminders) or entodo (search to-do notes) or enrec (search notes updated within a week) or enu (search notes with a source URL) instead of ens. You can select multiple tags to fine tune your searching. Just add a second hash sign and select or type the tag e.g. ens #tag1 #tag2 :my query In addition, you can select a single notebook then tags too e.g. ent @notebook #tag1 #tag2 :my query Note that, if you want to select a notebook and/or tags, the query goes after the colon sign as seen above. Actions Return key to open the note Shift key to preview the note Option key to set a reminder Control key to paste the note text content to the top most application Function key to open the note URL Command key to append text (from clipboard, selected text or typed) or selected file(s) in Finder. After pressing the Command key a new Alfred window will be shown so you will be able to select the text source and the action: Return key will append without date Option key with append with current date Hint: You can also use the Command key to only add tags to a note. To do so, type or select a tag and don't type anything after the colon then select the source "Type a Note" e.g. enn #tag : Note that Alfred Fallback Search is also supported (you have to add it in Alfred 2 Preferences>Features>Default Results, then click Setup fallback results button). Create Keyword enn You can optionally type the note title or, for a more complex creation, follow the syntax below: @Notebook #tag1 #tag2 !reminder :Title @notebook: after typing @ a list of notebooks will be displayed then select one or type it; the default will be used if omitted #tags: after typing # a list of tags will be displayed then select one or type a new one (multiple tags are supported, type each one after a hash sign) !reminder: after typing an exclamation point a list of reminder suggestions will be displayed then select one or type a custom reminder such as in 4 days or 05/01/2014 or 05/01/2014 at 2:00 Title: at the end, after a colon (or the second colon if you are adding time in your reminder) Note that items of the syntax are optional, however the syntax has to end with a colon, with or without typing the note title e.g. #tag1 : Note Content Source From clipboard From selected text Typed directly in Alfred From Safari or Google Chrome URL From message(s) selected in Mail app From file(s) selected in Finder app: you can create one note with files or one note for each selected files. Alfred File Browser also supported. Type a Note also supports multiple lines and, in this case, the first line will be the title of the note e.g. enn Line 1 /n Line 2 /n Line 3 Actions Return key: create a note Control Key: create a note and open it Command key: append text or file to a note Option key: append text to a note with current date How to Append Highlight one of the note content source e.g. From Clipboard Optionally type tags and a reminder e.g. #tag1 #tag2 !tomorrow hold command key and hit return key select a note from the list (search by title only) and hit return key Mail Message subject as the note title Message received date as the note creation date Message Link as the note source URL A short header (e.g. sender) A plain text version of the email content Preferences Bring Alfred and type the keyword enpref: Quick Look: select Card (Evernote default) or HTML (entire note content) Search wildcard: select Manual (type an asterisk after the query string) or Automatic (may be slower) Download Evernote 9 beta 2 Release date: 09 Aug 2016 Made in OS X 10.11.5 Requires Evernote 6 from evernote.com Requires Alfred 3 Download now For Alfred 2 Version 8.992 Release date: 20 Feb 2015 Made in OS X 10.10.2 Requires Evernote 6.06 from evernote.com Requires Alfred 2.6 or later Download now What's new? 9 beta 2: bugs fixed and Evernote API updated 9 beta 1: Alfred 3 support 8.991: Evernote 6.06 initial support 8.9: Yosemite beta and note templates support 8.7: interface bugs fixed 8.6: enn issue fixed Improved reminder time support e.g. Tomorrow at 2:00 Added support for tags that start with a hash sign e.g. #Home Added support for tags that start with an at sign e.g. @Work Added support for notebooks that start with an at sign e.g. @Notes Workflow should be faster in most of cases When appending from a search result now you can hold Option key to include current date Type a Note supports multiple lines (first line will be the title) e.g. enn Line 1 /n Line 2 New Keyword enl and its hotkey to load the last search query Added support for some of Alfred 2.3 new features Workflow version history here.
  2. Has anybody found a good solution to search across multiple cloud platforms from within the Alfred search bar? I came across Findo today and like what it can do, but it would be so much better if we weren't forced to log into the chrome extension or website, but rather search from the Alfred search bar. Has anybody had a positive experience with any of these types of services? Thx
  3. I downloaded the Evernote workflow described on this page: https://www.alfredapp.com/blog/productivity/evernote-with-alfred-workflows/ But when I try to search Evernote for specific notes using the keyword "ens," nothing pops up. It should pull up the different notes with that word in the title, instead of only giving me the option to search Google etc.. Here's a video of what's happening specifically: http://recordit.co/nLsHzYCPY9 On the help article it says it's created for Alfred 2.0, and I'm using Alfred 3.0. Do you think that's the reason it's not working? Is there any version of this workflow for Alfred 3.0? If not, can I revert to Alfred 2.0? This workflow is one of the only reasons I purchased the power pack. Thanks to anyone who has insight on this!
  4. Problem and Solution I'm heavy user of Evernote. During internet surfing, I collect enormous amount of links. But copy and paste process consumes too much time and keyboard labor. I just needed titled link in plain format from web browser. I used many clipboard managers such as Clipmate(for windows), Copied, Paste and so on for that reason. Finally, I met Alfred and made this workflow. Problem solved. Lazy Link replaces following process into one hotkey(Ctrl + Option + Command + v). Copy the title of web page on the web browser Paste it as plain text on your rich text editor (eg. Evernote) Copy the link of web page Select title text on the text editor and add link Please, don't waste your time. Default Hotkey Ctrl + Option + Command + v: Paste lazy link Shift + Ctrl + Option + Command + v: Paste lazy link starting with "via: " In rich text editor, it pastes plain HTML link. If you use plain text editor it pastes the link in Markdown format. Links Download GitHub Packal Lazy Link currently supports Safari and Chrome web browser. 저장저장
  5. Example: log My new journal entry! Download: http://goo.gl/FWx92 (.alfredworkflow file) Here's a sample of what this command creates: The script will auto-create the notebook and dated note if they don't yet exist. The bold time text will automatically be added to the note every time you log a new entry. Note that right now, the notebook will always be named "Work Journal."
  6. Wikify Your little Evernote Wiki-Helper Version 2.6 Download at Packal This is a workflow in progess, but Version 2.0 adds a tone of super helpful functions for dealing with Evernote for Markdown lovers. This is aimed at making it easier to create a personal wiki on your computer, using Evernote as the backbone. New complete documentation on my blog: http://bit.ly/1xA0D44 Current Features: Version 2.0 adds four features to 1.2's functionality. Meaning these are the new functions: Markdown to Evernote (mden)document-specific text snippets (use ^^^snippet^^^ syntax) auto-linking to pre-existing Evernote notes (no special syntax) auto-linking to new Evernote notes (use [[double bracket]] syntax) Evernote to Markdown (enmd) Auto-Link to pre-existing notes for Selected Evernote note(s) (wfy) Auto-Link to new notes for Selected Evernote note(s) (ensel) See the posts below for more detailed accounts of these features. NOTE: In order to use a number of these features, you will need the Satimage OSAX Scripting Addition. I've set it up such that this is remarkably easy to install. Simply use the keyword in Alfred wfy:install and the Satimage installer will boot up and walk you through the process. Markdown to Evernote The first feature allows you to write in any editor on your Mac in Markdown, and simply and easily send that data to Evernote as formatted HTML. In order to assign Note Title, Notebook, and Tags, you can use simple MultiMarkdown Headers, or simple symbols: Title: or # for the note's title Notebook: or = for the note's notebook destination Tags: or @ for the note's tags At import, Wikify comes with a Hotkey or a Keyword to launch this functionality. Simply select your text (ctr + A) and then hit your user-defined hotkey, or pop-up Alfred and type mden, and Wikify will instantly send you Markdown text to Evernote as fully-formatted HTML. Evernote to Markdown Have you ever wanted to edit your Evernote notes in the plain-text glory of Markdown? If so, this is the feature for you. Using Aaron Swartz's glorious html2text Python script, Wikify will convert the currently selected Evernote note to a Markdown plain-text file. Wikify will save the .md file in its storage folder (~/Library/Application Support/Workflow Data/com.hackademic.wikify/). You can create a Markdown file of an Evernote note, edit it, and then send it back using the twin function. Let me know if you have any issues, and keep posted for further functionality. stephen
  7. forked from shaoshing's workflow (or packal), support Yinxiang Biji (Chinese edition of evernote) GitHub: https://github.com/hangyiwu/alfred-evernote
  8. I've been a long time Evernote user but I've never really used it constantly until a few days ago. I spent quite some time figuring out a system that works for me and after watching many tutorials, listening to a lot of podcast and reading many blogs on best practices for Evernote I can now say I'm very efficient in it. I'm using it everyday, and overall I feel like a more productive person. I've modified a wallpaper I found online and use it as my wallpaper to remind me to use Evernote every day. And of course, being the geek that I am, I created an Evernote theme to go with my wallpaper to reinforce the behavior even more. I hope you guys like it. Enjoy and if you have any suggestions on how to to make it better let me know! Download here.
  9. Description Generate an Evernote List of Movies and TV Shows that you can watch later from files on your computer. Easily keep track of where you are up to. Requires Evernote Account Evernote Desktop Client - In order to load the videos directly from the Note How to Use Formats File Firstly let's look at the formats file. Type everlistformats in Alfred. This will open the formats file which contains a list of file extensions that EverList will search for. It is pre-populated with a comprehensive list of video and audio file extensions. Feel free to edit this list as required Configuration File Type everlistconfig in Alfred to open the configuration file. You can enter your Evernote Production Developer Token here so that EverList can upload Notes to your Evernote Account. (optionally) If you would like EverList to upload to your Evernote Sandbox Account instead you can enter your Evernote Sandbox Developer Token and change SANDBOX_MODE to true This configuration file is auto-generated for you at the following location /Users/{user}/enml/config.ini This is outside of the workflow directory so in the event that you ever export this workflow your API details will always remain safe Run EverList! Use the Finder to navigate to the directory that contains your Movies or TV Shows and type everlist {title} in Alfred, where {title} is the Title of the Note that EverList will create. EverList will search through the Finder directory and all its subdirectories that match the file extensions in the Formats file. Wait a few seconds and you should see a Mac OSX Notification and hear a beep sound after successfully uploading the generated Note to your Evernote account. Your New Note Go to your Evernote Desktop Client and press the Refresh button. You should see your new Note. If you click on the checkbox next to each video, in addition to marking the video, it will also open the video for watching. How awesome! Additional Information EverList has a known incompatibility with TotalFinder and any other application that replaces the Finder. You will need to quit these applications first If the files are moved or renamed the links will be broken and the note will need to be regenerated Download Link & Screenshots
  10. So I have a Workflow on an iOS app (Drafts 4) that will define a word for me in Terminology iOS app then automatically add that to an Evernote notebook named "Lexicon". I am trying to do this on OS X with Alfred but cannot figure out a way to do so. Any ideas? Thanks!
  11. First off, I am new to programming. My interest in such things was sparked by the discovery of Alfred, and the Skimmer workflow which I use daily. This project began as a simple format change of the Evernote export Skimmer offers to suite outlines. I’ve looked at code from some workflows here, and I’m not fooling myself, in many ways what I have is still simple and is still very much based on Skimmer. What I have thus far is a functioning Applescript which builds off of the Skim export to include exporting to OmniOutliner, as well as Evernote. I take my school powerpoint lectures, convert to pdf, and mark it up with annotations. When I’m finished I export with options specific to the lecture pdf. For example, I’ve included image extraction, text correction, word frequency, etc.. Description & Screenshots GitHub Repository Short Term Goals: 1. Move the Applescript into an Alfred Workflow where I can pass option selections directly. Examples: export -oo = Export to OmniOutliner export -en = Export to Evernote export -oo -i = Export to OmniOutliner & Extract Images 2. Shorten / Clean up the Applescript I can’t help feeling like there is a better way to accomplish some of ideas in the script. The problem is that I’m blind to these areas. I don’t know there is a more optimal way to do xxx. 3. Evernote Images I’m having difficulty adding images sequentially in Evernote. It seems that I’m only able to append a note if it directly follows note creation. This makes it near impossible to loop through the annotations adding them in sequence. Instead, I have to make a list of images (from grabbing boundaries of a Skim box note), create the note with html, and then repeat through the list of images adding them all at the end of the note. I found this post which describes this limitation. The line is 373 in skim-2-oo-n-en.scpt (repository). Does anyone know a way around this? Long Term Goals: 1. Speed up the option “Find Spaces” Some PDF’s, converted from .pptx, have mangled text. In some instances when text is copied & pasted from the PDF all the spaces are removed. I’ve tried many different ways of converting the .pptx (Mac & PC PowerPoint, Online Converters, Office Online, etc.), but the issue persists. I’ve implemented this python code into Applescript with a few additions, but I imaging that it would be faster if I had the .py in its own file and pass arguments to it from the script. Is there a simple example, using Alfred, that I can study? The whole process is dependent on a word list sorted by frequency. Without factoring computer specs, the speed is a function of the number of words in the list and the amount of annotated text, and the quality is dependent on the type of words. I’ve pieced together a medical word list using Corpora whereby I made individual searches of nouns, verbs, etc. filtered by Medical, Speech and Academics. The results output a list with the word and the overall frequency of the word. I combined all the searches in a spreadsheet, sorted by frequency, and then removed duplicates. This list is good for PDF’s with medical terms, but not so good if the text is not medical. For those I used these extensive lists here. I would like to call up Alfred, type in export -oo -fs, and then in the Alfred dropdown be able to select which list I want to use. Also, the .py function breaks the string if number are contained in the annotation. Every character after a number is separated by a space (There are 7 d e a d l y s i n s). I need to figure a way to pass over numbers and resume after the number. 2. Find a new way to determine word frequency in the PDF This frequency is not related to the above. This is the top 50 words contained in the entire PDF presentation. I use it to get the gist of lecture. Currently I’m using Applescript to accomplish this, but even though my journey began with Applescript I’m finding it less appealing every day. Good for some things, but unnecessary for most. I would like to use something different, preferably python because in my uneducated state seem to think it is intuitive. However, I still need to incorporate a list of words to ignore, so that I don’t get “The word “the” appeared 147 times in document X.” 3. Change export format via Alfred Similar to my short term goal, yet different, and not needed immediately. I’ve noticed many workflows allow the user to set default options by doing something like export -d which brings up a different menu. In this menu I could see Define Default Font or Define Default Font Size then select my option and type in the font I’d like to use. I’m looking for any ideas, suggestions, examples, documentation, or forums for python similar to macscripter.net. Alfred has really changed the way I work and study, and I’m still surprised more people don’t use it or know about it.
  12. Here's a workflow that will backup all of your Evernote notebooks into individual .enex files with a date stamp. Useful for saving the state of your notebooks and for recovering from data loss. Double click the .enex file and that notebook will be imported into your EN. Confirmed working on Evernote 6.0.5 on both Yosemite and Mavericks. In line 3 of the script, enter a valid path to your desired backup location. Usage: Type enbackup Get it here: http://cl.ly/2N3b3D081j1V
  13. Just finished up a work flow that lets you add to-dos and to-do lists to Evernote. Let me know what you think. Find it here.
  14. Trying to install workflow and get message it is incompatible; created with a newer version of Alfred. Checked updates/using latest version of Alfred. What am I doing wrong. Evernote 8.5: Search, Create, Append, Preview, set Reminders... All within Alfred
  15. I"m looking for a "send to evernote" workflow. Specifically to send web page text and files to evernote via alfred. Does anyone know if this exists?
  16. Hi - I wanted to try to make at least one significant contribution to the beta, so here's a workflow that allows you to send selected markdown formatted text to Evernote via a hotkey. Not all my own work I'm sorry to say, but a flow I've wanted for a while and only investigated properly recently. (I spend a lot of time taking notes and writing up reports. Markdown support in Evernote would be ideal, but until then - Alfred comes to the rescue) It requires the installation of multimarkdown - available here: http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown It reuses a script available here: http://nsuserview.kopischke.net/post/6223792409/i-can-has-some-markdown Evernote note title, notebook and tags can all be specified via markdown metadata. All other text is then imported to Evernote as HTML. Workflow available to download here: http://d.pr/f/2pUe Updated: Corrected issue with non-escaped double quotes
  17. Hey all, Total newbie to the scripting world (I like to get in over my head sometimes though) but found a really useful applescript here for my workflow: http://www.tuaw.com/2013/04/15/applescripting-omnifocus-send-completed-task-report-to-evernot/ Bascially I want to call this applescript up when I type in "log" into alfred. I have the workflow laid out, but it doesn't seem to be firing. See here: http://cnrad.pw/p3WK And the script I just pasted into the applescript window like so: http://cnrad.pw/LWzU Must be something I'm missing. Probably really simple. Thanks in advance for the help.
  18. I usually take two kinds of notes: meeting notes in plain text files (markdown) and richly formatted notes in Evernote (e.g. web pages, PDFs, formatted text, etc.). My ideal system would let me create a note as a file or in Evernote, and use Alfred to search both sources simultaneously. I'm familiar with the Evernote 5.1 search workflow, but I'd like to combine that with file search. Is this possible using a workflow?
  19. I really like the file browser function in Alfred, specially for the ability to send files to Evernote. The problem is it won't send PDFs, but just stand there. If I try with a DOC file it works just fine. Any ideas? Thanks!