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This workflow is designed to make the scheduling of weekly sermons easier. It is based on sermon schedules, but could easily be adopted to other things as well.


 


Use ss:setdirectory to set the directory for sermons (or whatever you want to create schedules from a template). The use ss:seteditor to set the editor you want to use (I use Sublime). You then can use ss:create to make a new schedule by the template (you might want to edit the template first with the ss:edit and selecting the template). Then use ss:edit to edit one of the schedules or the template.


 


The unique thing about the workflow is that new schedule’s name will always be something like: 2014-Feb02-Feb08.md. The current year, first day of the week and the last day of the week. The ss:create gives you names for the current week and the next 4 weeks.


 


This works great for me being a missionary. You can change it to meet your own needs.


 


Download:  https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/SermonScheduler.alfredworkflow


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I can't get to first base on this. I was finally able to get the https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/SermonScheduler.alfredworkflow to download to my hard disk. But Alfred did not respond, and double clicking it does not seem to do much. I am interested in seeing what you are using but do not know how to incorporate this workflow into Alfred.
 

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Just click on the link and it takes you to GitHub account for the workflow. Then right click on the text "Raw View" and click "Save as..." in the submenu. It should download as SermonScheduler.alfredworkflow. Double click on that and Alfred should load it up. Alternatively, you could clone the repository and all the workflow will be copied to your directory. Then you just double click on the one you want. To clone, open a terminal in your Documents folder and type

 

git clone https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred.git

 

When it finishes, you will have a git repository directory named MyAlfred in your Documents folder. Just look in there for the workflow you are interested in and double click on it. If you keep the whole directory on you system, when I make changes you can just use git to update the workflows in your directory with a:

 

git pull

 

I will look into a way to make the Git downloads a little easier.

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If you get this add on to Chrome you can just click on the file to down load it directly:

 

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/github-mate/baggcehellihkglakjnmnhpnjmkbmpkf

 

I just tried it and it worked for me. Just click on the file icon to the left of the file you want to download after loading this extension.

 

Let me know if it helps. Also, any suggestions for improvements on the workflow would be good. I am working on removing name choices that already exist. But, I have not had time to tackle it completely.

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