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Note Taker — Keep small bits of text

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Create new notes via the Add Note Keyword (default: nadd). Type a name and press ↩ to open the file for editing. Use ⌘↩ to save a file with the clipboard contents.


With the Universal Action, save selected text or an item from Clipboard History.


Search your notes with the View Notes Keyword (default: nview).


  • ↩: Open in your text editor.
  • ⌥↩: Copy contents.
  • ⌘↩: Copy contents and delete note.
  • ⌘Y (or tap ⇧): Quick Look the file.

⤓ Install From the Alfred Gallery | Source



Edited by vitor
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18 minutes ago, firesofmay said:

Only issue is when I select cmd+enter, it gets copied but I don't see it being deleted till I retype nview.


That’s by design. It’s so you can delete multiple notes in a row and don’t lose your place. You may disagree with that choice but it’s not an issue, it’s working as intended.

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  • vitor changed the title to NoteTaker — Keep small bits of text



Added option to create and edit new empty note (or populated with Universal Action text) in one step. When using nadd, that’s now the default and ⌘↵ is the previous behaviour of using the clipboard.

To update, download the latest version (same URL) or wait a few days and it’ll prompt you to on next usage, since it uses OneUpdater.

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