Sorry, terrible title to this post, and I’m sure this is a rookie question, but I found myself doing something quite repeatedly and was wondering if there was a workflow tip I haven’t learned yet…
Here’s what I find myself doing repeatedly:
- Select folder in Finder.app, invoke Hook.app, copy Hook URL to that folder with ⌘C.
- Select OmniFocus project, invoke Hook.app, link the Finder.app folder to OmniFocus project with ⌘V.
- Anything else I want to link to both the Finder.app folder and the OF project, I have to copy with Hook, and ⌘V / link with Hook to both the folder and the project manually.
Is there a way to have anything I link to the OF project, for example, also show as linked to anything that was linked to the OF project before (like the Finder.app folder)?
I would just like to have to not worry about linking third, fourth, fifth, and so on, items to all of their previous counterparts manually, if possible.
I’d like to be able to invoke Hook on any of a project’s URLs and see all the links to and from all of those links, if that makes sense.
Is this already possible with Hook? Thanks in advance for any and all’s help!