The following are a current, alphabetical list of workflows I’ve installed for Alfred 2. Enjoy the rabbit hole! 🙂
Caffeinate is a native OS X command line utility that solves the problem of your Mac constantly falling asleep on you. […] Caffeinate was introduced in Mountain Lion (10.8)[…]
Chrome Bookmarks by Marat Dreizin: I remember seeing this workflow, and I’m glad I finally installed it.
Faves by David Ferguson:
Mark a folder/app/file as a favorite and then provide you with quick access to those items by a keyword.
Results from the workflow are actionable (marked as file items), they can be opened it by pressing Enter, browsed in Alfred by pressing Cmd+Enter, or removed from the favorites list by pressing Ctrl+Enter.
Netflix Search by Dorian Karter: “Search, autocomplete and launch Netflix.”
Non-Secure Empty Trash by Arthur Hammer: With the Empty Trash securely option checked in Finder Preferences, the default Alfred command to empty your trash (“Empty”) means the files will be deleted securely. If you don’t have anything sensitive that requires a secure file deletion, this workflow will save that time.
OS X Toolbox Workflow by Sayz Lim: The “tb” keyword gives you eight options in Yosemite:
- Relaunch Finder
- Toggle Desktop
- Toggle Hidden Files
- Memory Purge
- Reset Launch Services
- Toggle WiFi
- Reset Launchpad
- Relaunch Dock
Random Choice by Clinton Strong: Leave indecisiveness to chance. Options include:
- Get a yes or no response to, “Should I…?”
- Flip a coin.
- Choose a random number using a minimum or maximum value.
- Choose ‘…’ from a comma separated list of values.
- Roll the dice
Rate iTunes Track by David Klem: “Assign a star rating to the currently playing track in iTunes.” I use Smart Playlists. Most of those have a rule which require songs to have ratings, and a couple of them only play songs that need a rating. For the latter, this workflow speeds up that process. (Related post from March 2006: How I use the Grouping field in iTunes.)
Rdio by David Ferguson: “Control your local Rdio application, search for tracks, artists or albums to play, and also provide you with information about the currently playing track.”
YouTube by Simon Støvring: Search YouTube videos with Alfred 2 and the “yt” keyword. Includes eleven commands, which you (fortunately) don’t need to remember. 🙂
Add to Things by Kim Franken: Add new tasks to your lists in Things. I don’t use this because I prefer the Quick Entry window to add context immediately.
Sometimes, when you’re replying to an email or browsing the web, you might think of something you want to jot down. Things makes it easy to do that before you forget, and without losing focus on what you’re doing. You can even automatically link to a website, email, or file, and capture snippets of text that you need to refer to later.
You can see more details on the support page from Cultured Code, “Creating To-Dos From Other Apps“.
PingPong by Vítor Galvão: Hold the ⌘ (Command) key, look for the word “Pong”, and press the corresponding number to hit the ball. There are three difficulty levels.