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  1. I Sheet You Not Create auto-updating workflows from Excel worksheets. Works like a List Filter but using an Excel file as the data source. I Sheet You Not is a workflow generator/template for Alfred 3. It reads data from an Excel workbook and displays them in Alfred. You can specify which rows and columns the data are read from, and changes to the data are picked up automatically by the workflow. Download and installation Download the workflow from Packal or GitHub releases and double-click the downloaded I-Sheet-You-Not-X.X.X.alfre
  2. Hi all, I often track numeric values (e.g. weight, hours worked), or strings (e.g. food items etc), in a spreadsheet or Evernote, often multiple times a day. It would be great to use alfred to quickly do that. A great workflow would have a [keyword] [value] syntax, so that a [value] (plus maybe a timestamp) would be appended to a google spreadsheet (or Evernote note) specified by [keyword]. For example, entering "hours 5" in Alfred would result in appending the value 5 and corresponding timestamp to a google spreadsheet named "Hours Worked". Has anybody thought of something lik
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