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Hi Everyone, I was hoping for some information about whether or not I'd be able to use Alfred to accomplish a task. I'm not a developer and just learned about Alfred (and made this account) today when searching for ways to complete this task. I'm hoping someone could tell me if what I'm hoping to do is possible and how difficult it would be for someone with no background before committing to further research or purchasing anything. What I would like to do is: 1) Create pages and subpages in Microsoft OneNote for Mac named from the fields of the csv file. 2) Paste certain bullet points and text in all those newly created pages. A quick search for workflows that do something similar to what I'm looking for or how I could go about doing this didn't reveal anything immediately helpful, so, as mentioned, I wanted to check in to see if someone had any information they could share to help me decide whether I should pursue this further. Thanks in advance for any replies, Leonn
Hi, I am a avid MS OneNote user. Unfortunately, I am unable to use Alfred Snippets in OneNote when "Restore clipboard contents" is checked. When that option is checked, the snippets do not create/expand, it only pastes the previous copied text into OneNote. When "Restore clipboard contents" is unchecked the snippets work properly. Out of all the programs I use, OneNote is the only program that displays this type of behavior with snippet expansion. I have tried multiple different settings and variations of the "simulated key event" and "Restore After" settings. If "Restore clipboard contents" is checked and applied the for either "After Auto Expansion" and or "After Snippets Veiwer or Keyword" the snippets are not created/expands, only the contents of the clipboard are pasted into OneNote. Info: Alfred 3.4.1 Build 860 Mac OS 10.12.5 OneNote Fast Build Version 15.37 (170718) Please let me know if you need any additional information or would like me try any additional troubleshooting steps.
OneNote (Mac App Store version) does not open linked files (i.e. file:///folder/file.ext) because "The application Microsoft OneNote does not have permission to open <it>". Is it possible (with Alfred / other tool) to open such linked files from OneNote? Thanks & Regards, Jiri 1. A linked file in a OneNote: 2. After clicking the link: