jy-gh Posted October 19, 2022 Share Posted October 19, 2022 I'm the author of a new workflow called Recent Files. Recent Files finds the most recent files (from a configurable location) and sends them to Alfred. There is no forum thread for this workflow, but there is a GitHub page: https://github.com/jy-gh/RecentFiles Dependencies: Recent Files uses the fd utility (available from MacPorts, Brew, and as a direct download) and Python 3. Here's a screenshot (an animated .gif file is in the README.md file on GitHub): This workflow has become a daily part of my Alfred use. I don't have to think about where a file I just downloaded is, I can return quickly to what I was working on yesterday or the day before, and I don't have to type the filename to find it. Because it uses the fd command instead of the Unix/Linux find command, or the macOS mdfind command, it's very speedy. Users of the workflow can customize where to search, how far back in time to search, whether to include files and directories in the results, and what files/directories to skip when searching. Grug 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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