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The QuickGoogleKeep workflow for Alfred 4 on macOS allows you to add notes to your Google Keep fast and easy.
Just type "k" followed by the content of the note to add a new note to your Google Keep.

QuickGoogleKeep is not supported nor endorsed by Google.






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Edited by stevensolleder
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  • 1 year later...

@stevensolleder - thanks for making this, it sounds like just what I want, but how do I install it?

I ran `pip install gkeepapi && pip install keyring` since I see them listed as libraries.

In alfred "k test" shows your icon, so it seems to be running your bash script, but nothing happens.

Am I supposed to edit `${python3_path} QuickGoogleKeep.py ${username} ${password} "{query}"` to place my Google username and password in plaintext in place of these variables !? Feels like quite the broken security model, but I get it since it's circumventing Google's refusal to give API access. So where do I set those variables?


The modules appear to be installed correctly...
$ python3

>>> import gkeepapi

>>> import keyring

>>> import dsfgdsfgdsfg

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>

ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'dsfgdsfgdsfg'

Sorry I'm such a n00b,  but thanks if you can help

Edited by GeorgeChungus
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