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  1. With the "new normal", many of us are working from home and jumping from one virtual meeting to the next to the next: from Zoom to Google Meet to GoToMeeting, etc. To save the pain of scrambling to open your next meeting link, I have written a workflow just for that! It's called "Open Conference URL", and its usage is simple: type conf to see your upcoming calendar events. Hit Enter to launch Zoom/Meet/etc. immediately. And even if you are 15 minutes late, the workflow will know what to do. (Download Workflow) If there are no nearby calendar events, the workflow displays all events for today: Download Workflow For documentation on all the configurable preferences, see the project's GitHub page: https://github.com/caleb531/open-conference-url
  2. I do a lot of screencasting and screen sharing on Zoom, and I also use Alfred's Snippets feature, which displays the expanded text on screen when it's invoked. I'm afraid I will someday soon expose some sensitive data on my screen when I use snippets while sharing. I'd really like the ability to mark certain snippets as "hidden" so they do not display like the example below. I think this would greatly enhance the security of the data we store in Snippets. Thanks for considering.
  3. I wanted to share a couple Zoom Scripts I made: https://github.com/BradDuns/ZoomScripts Tested with Zoom Version: 5.2.0 (42634.0805) Leave Zoom Leave a zoom meeting with Alfred... Keyword: LZ This uses Applescript GUI scripting to leave the active zoom meeting. I didn't see this one posted to the site but it's by Aaron Saray from https://www.aaronsaray.com/2020/leave-zoom-with-alfred Dial Into Zoom I prefer using my phone vs computer audio on zoom so this will dial my phone for me... Keyword: dialin Dial-in Setup: You need to be able to dial phone numbers from your mac to your iPhone. Similar to if you click a phone number in Safari and have the option to "Call using your iPhone" I believe this is by having both logged into iCloud. The Zoom Phone number is set to San Jose. If you would like to pick a different local number edit the 2nd line of the applescript. Join the meeting but don't pick computer audio, select Phone Call and you should see a dialog with the dial-in numbers, Meeting ID & Participant ID. This is where you run the workflow. It will pull the meeting and participant Id and dial it on your phone.
  4. I created a simple workflow that opens your personal Zoom.us meeting using your Personal Meeting ID. Quickly Launch a Zoom Meeting using your Personal Meeting ID To Get Started 1. Get your Personal Meeting ID ({personalMeetingID}) 2. Paste PMI into personalMeetingID value column ----> 3. Trigger Alfred type `zm` and press `Return` Expected Behavior * Alfred will launch Zoom.app * Alfred will spawn a new tab in Chrome * Alfred navigates to your Zoom Meeting URL * Zoom does it's thing * The Zoom Meeting URL is copied to your clipboard Note I Chose chrome, but it should work with the browser of your choice I haven't tested this without Chrome being open. https://www.dropbox.com/s/jasi3gt243s6o4y/Open Your Zoom Meeting.alfredworkflow?dl=0
  5. Following are some Applescripts that allow Alfred Remote to control the zoom on your screen. First go to System Preferences > Accessibility > Zoom and make sure "Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom" is checked. You will probably also want to check the Smooth images checkbox. Then for each of the following scripts, go to Alfred Preferences > Remote > System Commands (or wherever you want on your remote) > + > Run Script > language: /usr/bin/osascript then paste in the corresponding Applescript. Zoom In: tell application "System Events" key code 24 using {command down, option down} end tell Zoom Out: tell application "System Events" key code 27 using {command down, option down} end tell Toggle Zoom: tell application "System Events" key code 28 using {command down, option down} end tell These scripts are pretty trivial but it took me a bit of searching to realize that using Applescript's keystroke command doesn't work, but using key code # does.
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