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  1. deanishe

    Google Calendar View

    Google Calendar View View your Google Calendar events in Alfred. Download the workflow from GitHub (source repo). Usage gcal — View upcoming events for the next few days gdate — View events for a specific date today / tomorrow / yesterday — View today's / tomorrow's / yesterday's events gcalconf — Change workflow settings Actions ↩ — Open an event in Google Calendar (change CALENDAR_APP in the configuration sheet to use a different app to your default browser) ⌘↩ — Open an event's location in Google or Apple Maps ⇧ / ⌘Y — Quicklook event details See the README on GitHub for more details.
  2. This workflow will query both or either Exchange Office 365 or Google Calendar to pull down a daily list of events. They will be organized by time and - if configured - it will extract online meeting information from either Skype or Hangouts and allow you to jump right into the meeting Usage You can use the following commands Available Commands: Today (shows the today list) Tomorrow (shows tomorrows list of events) tc Loads configuration options tcrest Restes data to default Download the Latest Release * Github Link (Documentation & Source) * Packal Link Version History: - 2.0.1 - Fixed a bug in exchange credential loading - 2.0.2 - Added Dateutil into the included libs - 2.0.3 - Fixed event sort order - 2.0.4 - Google calendar will now prompt for initial authorization (in theory) - 3.0 - Background fetching and significant speed up on UI - 3.1 - Changed the sort order so past events show up at the bottom of the screen now - 3.8 - Huge refactor of internal code base. Better debug logging and background processing - 3.8.1 - Minor bug fix where tomorrow was returning today and today tomorrow - 3.8.2 - Fixed a bug in the internal cache - 3.9.1 - New Fancy Help, and remove CA_CERTS requirement which was causing auth issues.  Manual Auth support in documentation -3.9.2 - SSL Toggle ability - by default SSL is enabled - if you have troubles you can turn it off - 3.9.3 - Minor patch in SSL Stuff - 3.9.7 - Major bug fix in google authentication and SLL toggle support. - 4.0 - Multi Calendar mode for google - 4.1.0 - Updated quick look templates and enhanced protection for out of sync settings files - 4.3.1 - Fix for auto update mechansim - 5.0.1 - Ability to disable All Day Events (Outlook Only - google coming soon!) - 5.0.2 - All Day - Outlook and Google (BE HIDDEN) - SOON HAS COME! - 5.0.3 - Google Calendar Auth Fix - 5.0.5 - Client Secret errors resolved
  3. Hi all, I have an issue with Google agenda since quite a long time now : with more than 25 agenda, when I focus on one Agenda with the menu "Display this only", there is no simple way to display back all the Calendar. I have to click one by one on the 25 checkbox to have a complete view again : I had a workaround with the previous version of Google Agenda, that does not work anymore. This is a quite popular request on the Forum of Google Calendar : https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/Cg2LZc9nuG0;context-place=topicsearchin/calendar/display$20all$20calendars https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/6ciIqqfXc1A;context-place=topicsearchin/calendar/display$20all$20calendars https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/doxVBHIOVck;context-place=topicsearchin/calendar/display$20all$20calendars https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/_svCRstr2Go;context-place=topicsearchin/calendar/display$20all$20calendars https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/I7FWG_ZStMw;context-place=topicsearchin/calendar/display$20all$20calendars https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/VkMluKdJJd8;context-place=topicsearchin/calendar/display$20all$20calendars https://productforums.google.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=footer#!msg/calendar/doxVBHIOVck/sqK66CjqBQAJ I was wondering if it could be achieved via a Alfred Workflow ? (A workflow that would check all the checkboxes from the calendar list). If someone know how to to that, I can pay for the time spent of this, as it would really help me Thanks, Michaël
  4. 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!
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