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  1. Things for Alfred Interact with Things 3 using Alfred. Download and Installation Download the workflow file from GitHub releases and install it by double-clicking on Things.alfredworklow. Usage Use the keyword todo to show Things lists and action any of them for displaying the corresponding to-dos. Action a to-do to display it in the Things UI. Try the modifier keys either in lists or in to-dos to know other actions. Contribute To report a bug or request a feature, please create an issue or submit a pull request on GitHub. Credits This workflow relies on qWorkflow library by Ursan Razvan and OneUpdater by Vítor Galvão. The to-do icon is created by Jason Zigrino and released under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 license. License Things workflow code is released under the MIT License.
  2. Add to Things workflow. Supports date parsing for easy input. t title #tag @t|n|s ::note >duedate (ex. fri, 3d, 2w, 12/31) - create things todo tm title #tag @t|n|s >duedate - create todo with clipboard contents as a note - Syntax - #tag : tag - Focus : default location is 'Inbox' - @t : @Today - @n : @Next - @s : @Someday - ::note : note - > duedate - > : today - > 2d : two days after - > fri : next friday - > -1d : one day before - > 11/23 : November 23 ex) t test > fri (next friday) t test > 2 (2 days after) t test > 1w (1 week after) GitHub Link - latest version
  3. Hi All, I have a workflow in place that makes it easy to add a todo to the Things.app. BUT it leaves the Things app open. Then I added a Applescript that tells the app to close. This works but I found that that it closes too fast, meaning that the Things app does not have time to sync the new changes to the server, meaning I can't view the newly added todo on iOS... Is there anyway I can build in a delay, or force Things to sync before quitting? Maybe any other ideas? Thanks!
  4. Do Things

    Do Things An Alfred Workflow for controlling Things by CulturedCode. There's not much to say, other than that it does what it says it does! You can: Add new tasks to "Inbox" and "Today" List and mark as completed the to dos in the "Inbox" or "Today" lists Log all completed tasks Empty the trash More information is available at the Github page for the Workflow. You can find it here on Github. Please let me know what you think, and if you have any suggestions, I would love to have them. I'm new to Alfred Workflows and programming in general, so any kind of suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Much thanks, Alex LaFroscia
  5. Another quickie from my own personal self, a Things workflow for adding tasks that also, thanks to Alfred's feedback system, searches them. I've been pestering Cultured Code to add this to the Quick Entry panel for ages, since I have a tendency to add one task five times (the number of incomplete "Watch and return Netflix DVDs" tasks I have floating around at any given time is absurd), but now Alfred will handle it for you! Just enter "things" to see a list of all projects, areas, and tasks; keep typing to start entering a task using the plug-in syntax (see below) while searching through pre-existing tasks. Select any item to show it in Things. You can also skip searching new items by adding a plus sign to your input (e.g., "things +Get this done"). The format for new tasks is as follows: #tag1 #tag2 name [project/area] ::note >duedate …with duedate specified in the format MM/DD/YYYY. Give it a try and let me know if anything else breaks!
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