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  1. ALFRED TODOIST WORKFLOW Add and search Todoist tasks straight from Alfred. It uses Todoist v8 REST API. Getting started For this workflow to work you need version 3.x of Alfred and a powerpack licence. Node.js Installation Download and import workflow. Configuration Name Notation Explanation token ^[0-9a-fA-F]{40}$ (default empty) The todoist API token. language en, da, pl, zh, ko, de, pt, ja, it, fr, sv, ru, es, nl(default en) The language for natural language date processing (by todoist) and to calculate time to complete a task. cache_timeout A positive number (default 3600, an hour) The time (in seconds) until the cache is refreshed (until that time todoist information is stored locally to make things a little faster) anonymous_statistics true or false (default true) Doesn't do much at the moment but I intent to use it to track installs todo:setting token {api token} Example: todo:setting token 2d2e2a334c5f36e7a7c43b46e todo:setting language {language} Example: todo:setting language nl todo:setting cache_timeout {time in seconds} Example: todo:setting cache_timeout 13 todo:setting anonymous_statistics {true or false} Example: todo:setting anonymous_statistics false Usage Name Notation Explanation task Any text except , The task title. date A date string See the Todoist documentation for supported date formats. project Either #personal or #[next actions] Use either the hashtag notation or bracket notation if the project name has spaces in it. The project name is case insensitive. label @label Label names can't contain any whitespace characters. Labels are case insensitive. priority Either p2 or !!2 A value between 1 (urgent) and 4 (normal) Search for tasks todos {query} Query Any search query one character or longer. Uses fuzzy search to find the tasks. Example: todos car => returns (because of fuzzy search): Rent car New cat recipe's Cut Gras tomorrow Create task todo {task}, {date} Example: todo Get things done, tomorrow @ 9 Example: todo Build tree house #home !!2 @15min, tomorrow @ 9 Changelog View CHANGELOG.md Contributing Instructions - Fork and clone the repo - Install dependacies - Symlink to project workflow folder git clone https://github.com/YOUR-USERNAME/alfred-worflow-todoist npm install npm run setup:dev Build Create a new build with npm run build Run tests Run Jest test suite with: npm run test npm run test:prod Or run a watcher with npm run test:watch Commits For commits I follow the angular commit guidelines and use semantic release to automate builds, semver version updates and changelog creation. The way to make sure this all works is to run: npm run commit Which guides you through the motions Code of conduct code-of-conduct.md License License MIT © Martien Oranje
  2. My first shared workflow and can most likely be improved. Recently switched from Toodist to Tick Tick but was frustrated by lack of Alfred (and Google Assistant) integrations. Also using the same script with IFTTT to enable basic Google Home support for Tick Tick. Instructions: Add to Alfred. Add your email adress and password in the workflow settings. Default is that they are created in the inbox. If you prefer, you can change the bin/bash script to python tick.py -t '{query}' -p PROJECTID to place it in a specific list. List/projectid can be found in the url while using web version of Tick Tick. File: https://jmp.sh/Q161DZS Questions? Questions ask away and I will do my best to answer. No plans (nor knowledge) for any more advanced features but if anyone would like to use any of it to build something more advanced then feel free to do so!
  3. Streaks \ Streaks is a task list workflow for maintaining task streaks. A streak is the number of days a task has been active. Download It can be used as todo list that helps you to maintain a desired habit, or to keep track of outstanding ideas. The keyword to activate the workflow is streaks. Once activated, you will be show your Today List - this is a set of tasks that are active for today. Usage Type streaks into Alfred to activate the workflow. You will be presented with the Today List. The general format of a task is 'task name #tags @schedule' where tags and schedule are optional. You can type in text in the Today List, which allows you to create new tasks or search for existing ones. You can also modify existing tasks by selecting them from the Today List view. Example use cases Tracking Orders I just ordered a keyboard from Amazon, and I add in a task. keyboard #orders #pending This is an example of a daily task whose streak is automatically incremented every day. Such tasks will always appear in your Today List Gym Days I decided to start going to the gym on specific days of the week. go to gym @tu,th,sa This is an example of a tracked task that requires you to confirm the task every scheduled day. In this example, go to gym will appear in your Today List every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Streaks for scheduled tasks will only be incremented when you confirm them. If you missed to confirm a scheduled task, you can restart the streak by resetting it.
  4. Wunderlist Workflow for Alfred Create tasks in Wunderlist more effortlessly than ever before with this Alfred workflow (requires Alfred 2 or 3 with Powerpack license). Beginner and advanced approaches to adding a monthly repeating task beginning the following week: Setup Download here After downloading, simply double-click to install the workflow in Alfred. Use the wl command in Alfred to activate the workflow, or assign a hotkey in Alfred preferences. The workflow will guide you through securely logging in to Wunderlist and will even let you know when an important update is available. Documentation and Examples My apologies, but it is not feasible to keep documentation in this thread in sync with the project page.
  5. Todo Workflow This workflow is for working with todo lists using TaskPaper. Since TaskPaper uses plain text files for everything, it is easy to write scripts to add functionality that the program does not have. You can also use a different text editor than TaskPaper to edit the files. So far, I have the following keywords defined: t:settodo This command allows you to set the directory for your todos. It will setup the supporting files and sub-directories as well. This is the first action to perform with this workflow. t:createtodaytodo This command will take the everyday, weekly, and monthly todos and combine them to the left over todos from the last time you created todos. It will also archive the finished todos. t:showtoday This command will open todays (or the most current) todo list in TaskPaper. t:showyesterday This command will open yesterdays (or the one before the most current) todo list in TaskPaper. t:showfinished This command will open the archived done tasks in TaskPaper. t:addmonthlytodo This command will ask for the day of the month and the task. It will then place that in the monthly todo directory for that day. When a new todo list is created, then it will pull in that days tasks. t:addeveryday This adds a task to the everyday task list. Every task placed in this list will be added to the current todo list everytime it is created. t:addweekdaytask This command will ask for the day of the week and the task. It will then place that it in the weekly todo directory for that day of the week. When a new todo list is created, then it will pull in that days tasks. t:doing This creates a new dated entry for the current journal. It will ask which journal to place the entry into. The standard doing.txt journal will automatically be created. t:showdoing This ask which journal to open in and open it in the editor setup. t:showprojects This opens the projects task file in TaskPaper. This is for ongoing projects and their tasks. t:sortdone This command takes the topmost TaskPaper list and sorts all of the done tag entries to the bottom. t:seteditor This command is for setting the text editor to use. t:newjournal This command will allow you to create new journal files. t:showjournal This command is for opening a journal in the editor. It will ask which journal and give you the current list of journals. t:settz This command is for setting the time zone. A list of time zones will be given and you select the one you are in. t:showtz This command will show the currently set time zone. t:next This finds the tag @next, marks that task done, and adds it to the next task. t:adddatedtask This allows you to add a task on a particular date that can repeat also. You can repeat by days, weeks, months, or years. It also shows all dated tasks and allows for deleting them. t:managemonthly This allows you to pick a monthly task and edit the file or delete the file. t:manageweekly This allows you to pick a weekly task to edit or delete. t:editeverydaytask This allows you to edit the everyday task file. t:addtask This allows you to add a task to a project that you select. Version: 1.6 Date: 04/02/2016 Download here: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred Or on Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/todo-workflow
  6. I created this workflow recently and wrote about it at Alfred Workflow to Capture Thoughts and Ideas to a Text File Without Disrupting Your Flow. From the README: This workflow for Alfred captures what you type and appends it to a text file of your choice. It’s very useful to capture quickly any thoughts or tasks that surface while you’re working and don't want to be distracted. 1. Double click the downloaded Capture to text.aflredworkflow file in Finder to install. 2. Double click the Run Script action and replace the file name ~/Desktop/cap.txt in the Script with your preferred file path. The file will be automatically created when the workflow runs if it doesn't exist. 3. Click Save. To use it, type capture, hit return and then any text and hit return again, and your input text will be appended to the text file. Go through the text file in batches when you are ready. Download link: http://motionobj.com/blog/alfred-workflow-to-capture-thoughts-and-ideas-to-a-text-file-without-disrupting-your-flow/
  7. I was a little frustrated by the solutions to add tasks to Wunderlist and decided to try it myself. Very basic and can probably be done way more efficient but might help someone and decided to share it. Keyword triggered, in my case "wun". Triggers command to send mail to me@wunderlist from my email with the new query. The new task is added to Wunderlist's Inbox without opening Wunderlist. Script: mail -s "{query}" "me@wunderlist.com" -f jacob.leander.olsson@gmail.com <<EOF Added from Alfred EOF Link: https://db.tt/ES8t3PEL Feedback, thoughts and improvements are always welcome!
  8. Hi, What do Alfred power users use as their favorite ToDo management app? I have been using Toodledo, which is great but I don't see too much integration with Alfred, and I would be willing to switch. I could only find a workflow for RTM (beta) and I was curious how people manage todos with Alfred. Thanks! Giovanni
  9. Here is Todo. My version of a todo list management workflow using Alfred. This allows you to add quick entries to a list of todo items, view them, delete one or all of them, and highlights items that have been pending too long Detailed documentation is available at GitHub. Getting Started Keywords: todo this is the main keyword, and lets you get started todo <new task> will add a new task todo will display the list of tasks todo # will display the list of tags add <new task> will add a new task done will show you all items that have been marked as done clear to remove items Adding todo items Typing add a new task will create a new task titled 'a new task'. This will be tagged #default Typing todo #work sign off document will create a task titled 'sign off document' and tagged #work Typing add !! this is sticky will create a pinned item titled 'this is sticky', tagged #default When adding items, add and todo keywords are interchangeable, although the key difference is add allows you to add items with the title twice; todo provides a more informative feedback on screen If you wish to load todo items in bulk, use the import keyword, described later below under Advanced Options Hotkey Support: If you set a hotkey (Alfred removes configured hotkeys when you install a workflow) by opening up the workflow, then you can use the hotkey to import the selected item in Mac OS. e.g. select some text, press the hotkey, and the selected text will be parsed and added as a todo item ---- Select this entire line of text and trigger the hotkey to create a pinned item, tagged !! #forum Command modifiers: Pressing fn key when selecting an item will enable edit mode for that item - this works for both todo items and tagsIn edit mode, use the same syntax that you use to create a new todo - e.g. #newtag new todo text. Todo will identify which portion you need to change and update them accordingly Pressing Shift will allow you to mark an item as done. You can view all done items with the done keyword Pressing Cmd will help you delete either a todo item, and all items that match a specific tag Pressing Alt will help you list out all items that match the currently selected items tag Pressing Ctrl will help you pin/unpin a todo item. Pinned items will always be displayed first (they can be deleted as usual) If you press the Tab key against a todo item, you will be shown all todo items with the matching tag Pressing Enter will copy the text content of a todo item to the clipboard Download Download the workflow from here and give it a try. This theme works well with the workflow. Documentation Detailed documentation is available at GitHub. Screenshots Default todo setup with a few items: What's new? 26 April 2013 - v2.2 Beta support for Remember the Milk. Read about it in this post.
  10. Here is a TODO and note capture workflow for emacs org-mode (i use emacs 24.3.2): https://github.com/alexandergogl/alfred-org-mode-workflow It is very simple to use (see syntax). It adds the entered todo or note to the specified inbox.org as a new line to the bottom of the file. Feel free to extend it You have to adjust the path to your org-mode inbox file of the applescript (that's quite easy). Syntax: todo the title of the todo entry:: the note of the todo entry note the title of the note:: the note of the note entry The ":: " separates the title from the note of the entry
  11. Hello, I would be very grateful if someone would be willing to put together a workflow that allows you to interact with the text file created by the Listacular iPhone app. The ideal workflow would be able to: - add tasks with a due date and reminder - add headers, bullet points and text to a task list - mark a task as completed - display the tasks in a particular list - open a particular list in a text editor - display a list of tasks due today or tomorrow I'll have a go myself in the next few weeks if I have time, but I suspect this might be somewhat beyond my ability. If anyone could give me any tips and suggestions, I'd be very thankful for that too. Thank you for reading
  12. This is a small workflow set allowing you to create new notes or tasks and save them in your Pagico Inbox. It's set of keyword-based workflows. For new tasks, use "ptask {task-title}", or "ptask {due-date} {task-title}". For notes, use "pnote {note-body}". Here's a screenshot of it: In addition to using those keywords in Alfred, you can also select a portion of text and trigger the action with a global keyboard shortcut. Here's the link for detailed instruction and download: http://www.pagico.com/blog/pagico-workflow-for-alfred-2-is-now-available-for-free.html Hope you'll enjoy! Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Ryo Developer of Pagico
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