Did you know that you can use a single snippet keyword for multiple snippets?
Alfred's Clipboard History feature is invaluable, allowing you to copy as many items without having to worry whether you've pasted the previous clipboard content.
You can save a clipped item as a snippet with cmd + S in the Clipboard Viewer
Today, we released Alfred 4.1, which brings a whole heap of new features and improvements in a free update to all Alfred 4 users.
With a workflow, you can create snippets which includes formatted text and links.
In this post, I'm sharing five productivity booster changes you can make to the way you use Alfred. Each one should only take you a couple of minutes to set up, and could save you far more time over the year.
Alfred 3.4 is a stunning release; It's so feature-filled, that it's challenging to summarise all the new additions in one blog post!
Snippet auto-expansion is new to Alfred 3, and is an evolution of the existing Clipboard History and Snippets features we already loved in Alfred 2.
Boost your productivity with in-line snippets expansion, a new Alfred 3 feature!
Clipboard History is a Powerpack feature that has saved me hours of searching for links and re-typing text. More than once, it also saved my bacon when my browser or text editor crashed.
Release notes for Alfred 0.8 (December 2010), adding Clipboard Snippets, the "Eject" command, the ability to customise fallback searches and the much-loved usage stats!