sylumer Posted October 16, 2022 Share Posted October 16, 2022 Say if you’re the author or submitting someone else’s workflow. I am the author of the workflow. Share a link to its thread on the Alfred Forum. Not aware of any thread. Share a link to its main page (e.g. GitHub). https://www.thoughtasylum.com/alfred/alfred_bypass_for_shortcuts/ If it has dependencies, say what those are unless they are explicit in the About or README. This workflow is for controlling the Shortcuts app, so that app is technically a dependency, but that probably comes down more to an OS dependency (Monterey+). Provide screenshots, unless valid ones are in the About or README. How to use it The readme directs users to refer to the download page where the workflow is fully documented. It allows you to run, run delayed, edit, copy information (various formats), copy run code (URL, AppleScript, shell script, PopClip install snippet), and even a few thinsg to help with working with Shortcuts and an Elgato Stream Deck. It has 25 keywork triggers, 2 universal actions, 20 snippets, and 20 external calls - hence it having its own page of cross-referenced documentation rather than a simple readme. From the readme: Bypass is an Alfred workflow for working with Apple's Shortcuts app. Its primary purpose is to allow you to launch your Shortcuts workflows (known as shortcuts) from Alfred, potentially even passing in content to be processed. It also supports a number of other functions to help you work with and trigger shortcuts. Bypass contains a number of keyword, external trigger, snippet and universal action triggers to enable this functionality. --- Documentation: https://thoughtasylum.com/alfred/alfred_bypass_for_shortcuts/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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