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  1. I first released my Sonos Workflow back in 2015 (!!), and then Sonos split their app into S1 and S2 and so I took the opportunity to update my workflow with new iconography and to make some other improvements. It's still pretty basic, but it meets my needs (which is primarily controlling playback). @karimkaylani made a much more powerful workflow called the Alfred Sonos Controller if you want to be able to interact with your Sonos system. 🎩 Get the workflow here This workflow supports the following keywords: previous, pause, play, shuffle, next,
  2. Github Link Alfred Sonos Controller Installation Download Download and open the alfredworkflow file to install the workflow Features Play, Pause, Next, Previous Set/Change Volume View Queue Play Songs from Queue (only tested on Spotify playing through Sonos app) Switch to line-in playback (if supported on device) Control Shuffle/Repeat Usage Type soco into Alfred, select or search your device, and then control it on the following screen Hotkeys Hotkeys are added by adding a hotkey trigger on the workflow f
  3. I've whipped up a little workflow which will allow you to send TTS (Text to Speech) phrases to various Sonos devices (assuming you have more than one). I primarily use it to send messages to my kids room telling him to clean up. Directions are available at the GitHub Repo. The plugin works by using lame and say to generate an .mp3 file (called tts.mp3) which is stored somewhere on a sonos accessible path (such as //imac/share). Once the file is generated the plugin utilizes SoCo (a python lib) to tell sonos to play the mp3 file. You can get the latest re
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