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I wanted a workflow to add reminders. the one called "Reminders for Alfred 3" is quite popular but I'm thinking of using one called "Apple Reminders"

It's a workflow divided into 4 steps

1- add the name of the reminder

2- add a date

3- add a time

4- add a list

If you just press return, then there is no date, no time and it goes to the default list

These actions are made in a static sequence

Now most of the time I add a reminder to a specific list, but do not necessarily want to set up a time and date

So the idea is to relocate the action "add a list" in the second position of this sequence in order to get something like

1- add the name of the reminder

3- add a list

and type (3)enter, (4)enter

 

In the screenshot below, the variable to choose a list is highlighted in blue. I want to place this action before the date. Is that possible? I tried right-clicking but i'm not quite sure what to choose afterward. i'm not even sure this is something that can be done without digging into the code.

Thanks for your help

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If you have a question regarding a specific workflow, please post it in that workflow's thread: that's where the people who can best answer your question are.

 

If there isn't a thread, and more generally, you're not going to get a particularly useful answer—if any—if we can't run the actual workflow for ourselves. So please post a link to the workflow, not just screenshots of it.

 

Without the workflow, all we can do is guess, which is a waste of everyone's time (including yours), and isn't going to get you a useful answer very quickly.

 

The answer to your question is, "Yes, that's probably possible." But without the workflow, I can't give you a more useful answer than that.

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58 minutes ago, deanishe said:

If you have a question regarding a specific workflow, please post it in that workflow's thread: that's where the people who can best answer your question are.

 

If there isn't a thread, and more generally, you're not going to get a particularly useful answer—if any—if we can't run the actual workflow for ourselves. So please post a link to the workflow, not just screenshots of it.

 

Without the workflow, all we can do is guess, which is a waste of everyone's time (including yours), and isn't going to get you a useful answer very quickly.

 

The answer to your question is, "Yes, that's probably possible." But without the workflow, I can't give you a more useful answer than that.

 

Thanks, i actually contacted the author and got an answer via DM. You can close that topic

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2 hours ago, Gee said:

You can close that topic

 

Will do.

 

It's worth considering asking in the thread, rather than by DM: there may be other people interested in doing the same thing.

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