Alfred 0.7.2 Brings Clipboard History

The new release brings a brand new feature – Clipboard History – as well as several marked improvements to features that have already been aiding your productivity. Alfred 0.7.2 will make you faster than ever, helping you reclaim all those lost minutes that you spent trying to re-discover information you had saved to your clipboard just minutes ago. Not anymore!

New: Clipboard History

  • Text-based storage of items copied to the clipboard
  • Hotkey access and quickly searchable history
  • Paste selected history item directly into current app from Alfred
  • Persistent (including reboot) for a user-defined amount of time (24h/1w/1m)
  • Easy-to-clear history which ignores user-defined apps (e.g. 1Password & Keychain)

Learn more about using Clipboard History with the Powerpack.

Improved: File System Navigation

New functionality includes:

  • show last browsed path in File System Navigation
  • show Result Actions panel for selected item in Finder
  • the behaviour of Tab has been changed to auto-complete
  • the Result Actions hotkey is now the right arrow, ctrl or fn (not Tab)
  • new actions, including Open folder in Terminal.app, Show package contents for applications, Copy path to clipboard

Improved: iTunes Mini Player

  • ability to ‘Play all songs by Artist’
  • Improved ‘random’ algorithm for random albums
  • Overhaul database structure to improve efficiency and performnce
  • Show Alfred core if using hotkey from iTunes mini player instead of hiding Alfred
  • Toggle to turn off Alfred using its own Playlist when selecting songs

For a complete list of what’s new in 0.7.2, have a look at our updated changelog.

With so many features, don’t forget to check out all that the the Alfred Powerpack can do.

One thought on “Alfred 0.7.2 Brings Clipboard History

  1. I suggest iTunes to autohide when MiniPlayer have to launch it and MiniPlayer to keep displayed once iTunes launched and hided ;)

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