Abstract Background The medical problem list is an important part of the electronic medical record in development in our institution. To serve the functions it is designed for, the problem list has to be as accurate and timely as possible. However, the current problem list is usually incomplete and inaccurate, and is often totally unused.
You can insert these variables anywhere in a line but always after the task titleomit them, include spaces in the name of projects and tags, or write as much as you want in the note field.
You can even include URLs and emoji in a task's note with this system. You can enter multiple tags, but only one project and one heading per line.
Again, for context, here's what some actual lines of text I used for my Things setup look like: There are three minor limitations I should point out. Projects or tags with emoji in their names are not supported because I couldn't figure out a way to encode them reliably in JSON using Workflow.
Wherever possible, don't use those in fields other than the ones they already mark up. Perhaps more importantly, the natural language date parsing is subject to Workflow's built-in date and time recognition feature.
Generally speaking, the Workflow team has done an amazing job at recognizing a variety of English date strings such as "tomorrow at 1 PM", "next Wednesday at noon", or "in 2 days". However, there may be Natural language automation cases when a complex date or a non-English sentence returns an error.
For instance, "tra 3 giorni" which means "in 3 days" in Italian throws up an error in Workflow: I've had great results with all my typical dates in English, but your mileage may vary. I recommend using this workflow to test natural language dates and times in Workflow.
I tried to come up with a syntax that would feel familiar to TaskPaper users who have been relying on similar workflows for yearswhile retaining the simplicity of Todoist's Quick Add panel.
I've been typing lists of tasks in Bear using this syntax for about a week now, and the system is pretty natural for me at this point.
It's not as clever as I'd like it to be, but I think it strikes a good balance of legibility and the customization granted by TaskPaper. The Workflow Now onto the good stuff. The underlying concept of my workflow is that, by the end of a repeat loop that iterates over multiple lines of text, we should end up with a JSON array containing tasks we can send to Things.
This is largely made possible by Match Text actions that use regular expressions to isolate different parts of a line and assign them to different attributes of a task.
At a high level, this is what the workflow does: The workflow starts by splitting input text at new lines, creating a list of lines ready for a repeat loop. You're free to choose the kind of input text you want to use: Personally, I just copy lines of text from Drafts and use a Text action with a Clipboard variable to read whatever is in the system pasteboard.
I usually run the workflow from a widget. Change the variable in this Text action to modify the workflow's input text. Once the workflow has split the text in multiple lines, it discards the empty ones with a conditional block. This is done by counting the characters contained on each line; if the count is 0, it means a line is empty and shouldn't be parsed.
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ADL will generate natural language representations of your test cases (for documentation / stakeholder review). I don't know of a tool that will go the other way.
I don't know of a tool that will go the other way.
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Things Automation: Building a “Natural Language” Parser in Workflow By Federico Viticci One of the Todoist features I miss the most as a Things user is the service's natural language parser.