Remind Me Extensions

Create Mountain Lion Reminders.

To install just download and doble click the .alfredextension file.*

There are different ways to use the extension.
To start type “rm” keyword in Alfred bar.

The predefined format of the request is:

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rm reminder,date,hour -- parameters must be separated by comma

For date field you can use:

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today
tomorrow
next week
8/24 -- no year
August 24 -- in that order (month day) and with no year!

For hour field you must do it like this:

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5:00am
2:22pm
1:00 -- will set to 1:00am
14:00 -- will set to 2:00pm
00:30 -- will set to 12:30am, don't use 24th hour, use 00

NOTE: If you enter an invalid hour the reminder will be setted to 12:00am


Some tips creating reminders:

Case 1: Just the reminder

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rm This is my first reminder

A reminder will be created with due date today in 1 hour

NOTE: If the 1 hour later is a new day, the reminder will be created with today’s date, so your reminder will be outdated. Sorry for that.

Case 2: Reminder and day

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rm Remember the milk, tomorrow

The reminder will be created with due date tomorrow but the absense of hour will cause to make it 1 hour later than current hour

NOTE: If the 1 hour later is a new day, the reminder will be created with today’s date, so your reminder will be outdated. Sorry for that.

Case 3: Full reminder with date and hour

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rm Remember to pick up the dog, 9/12, 4:00pm

The reminder will be created with due date September 12 at 4:00pm

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rm Dress like santa, December 24, 23:00

The reminder will be created with due date December 24 at 11:00pm

Case 4: Simple reminder with no due date

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rm Remember to pick up the dog, none

The “none” parameter will make the reminder dateless

*You need to get a Powerpack Alfred License to install extensions