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  1. Upload to a myriad of file hosts directly from Alfred. Pick paths to upload via the Upload file File Action. Directories and multiple paths will be zipped prior to upload. You can check your upload progress with ufp. It will auto-refresh the progress. Press ⌘↵ to cancel the transfer. You’ll get notifications of the various phases, with a sound when it’s complete (or canceled). The download URL will be copied to your clipboard. You can change the upload host in the upload_file_to Workflow Environment Variable. Supported hosts are: 0x0.st, bayf
  2. Perform a Google Image search based on files on your computer. The images are uploaded to Google, and the list of search results is shown in your browser. Download Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal. Usage Google search supports PNG, JPG, GIF and BMP images only. This workflow is available as a File Action for any of these filetypes in Alfred. There is also a Hotkey to search based on the current Finder selection. If more than one image file is selected, only the first will be used. Licence This workflow is released under the MIT License.
  3. Hello, I am taking a lot of screenshots and I prefer using the standard mac's screenshot grabber tool, it works great, but there are a few key points that can be automated for a better life =) I tried doing this workflow by myself but it didn't really work out. Upload the image from clipboard to imgur and get .png link copied to clipboard Trigger Alfred Write the keyword ("upload" for example) The first option you have is "Upload the image from clipboard to Imgur.com" The link (preferably the direct link to .png image) is copied to clipboa
  4. Upload to imgru 1.2 Goal Upload a selected Finder image file to imgru. Triggers Hotkey: select an image file in Finder, hit the hotkey and it will be uploaded and the link copied to the clipboard Keyword: select an image file in Finder, bring Alfred and type upimgur then hit return key and it will be uploaded and the link copied to the clipboard Keyword + option key: select an image file in Finder, bring Alfred, type upimgur, hold the Option key then hit return key and it will be uploaded, the link copied to the clipboard and the URL opened in the default Browser File Action: select an
  5. I have no idea how to even go about starting to write the scripts necessary to do this, but if someone else could, that would be awesome. Id really like a workflow that would upload the currently selected Finder image file to the Imgur hosting service, and then copy the url for that uploaded image to the clipboard. Possibly an additional function could be alt+enter would not only copy that url to the clipboard but also open the url in your default browser.
  6. Transmit: Upload + URL to the clipboard Usage select a file in Finder bring Alfred and type the keyword tup select a Transmit favorite and hit return key You can also use Alfred File Action to upload a file with Transmit. After selecting a file you will be prompted, within Alfred, to select a Transmit Favorite. You can also open a Favorite in Transmit by holding fn key. Note that you can search a Transmit favorite considering not only the its name but also its properties such as protocol, user name, address, remote path and port. URL to the clipboard After the upload is finished, t
  7. Hey alfred community I just got used to some of the new alfred workflows and I already think about some that I would love to use. Unfortunately, I'm not the best scripter nor do I have any experience creating some of these little tasks. I found an older workflow that enabled me to upload one file to the dropbox public folder and copied the (shortened) url to the clipboard. My wish would be that I could also choose a folder/file or maybe a bunch of files (which wouldn't be a must have feature since the folder thing should do the job), zip that folder or that file, move it to the public folde
  8. About Simple workflow to upload file(s) to CloudApp. It uses the new CloudApp 2.0 AppleScript support. Usage Select file(s) in Finder then bring Alfred then type the keyword cl You can optionally type a new name (useful if you want to upload a screenshot that is already in your desktop). A hotkey is also available. Note that the link or direct link is copied to the clipboard by CloudApp 2.0 itself. You can select what kind of link you want in the app preferences. To Do - check for new name errors Download I couldn’t test the workflow a lot becau
  9. This workflow lets you upload selected files to Cloudup. If you don't have a Cloudup account, I can highly recommend it if you want to share files with other people very fast. It's owned by Automattic (the company that also owns WordPress.com) and is free to use! You can upload a maximum of 1000 files with a max. filesize of 200mb. It currently is invite only, but you can register with this link (I think, haven't tested this). You have three options: Download Github Ideas and questions are very welcome .
  10. Hi, attached is a workflow for Droplr app (download) "Upload" keyword and then type the name of the file you want to uploaddi Or use as a file action inside Alfred's file browser Btw, a little Droplr tip, you can hotlink any image on d.pr by appending a "+,png" at the end of the URL. Enjoy
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