There are may folks that have requested a way to create a way to link multiple items at one time. I’ve been looking for a way to copy all the urls from my browser (This is done with TextBuddy). I can then paste all the thinks.
Not sure how doable this is but it would be great to create a singular hook file containing a bundle of links. My current workaround is to save all the links to a file and create a hook to that file.
My goal is somewhat of a session manager. I copy all the links hook to them all, then finally use hook to recall the entire stack of urls.
My logic would be to just enter the multiple urls in a single.hook file. These URLs would be one per line.
# MyHookedBrowser.hook https://discourse.hookproductivity.com https://hookproductivity.com
When I open Hook and search for “MyHookedBrowser” (or I hook that file to something else), Then selecting the hook will open all the urls.
By saving the output text to drafts and running a simple drafts action to open all the urls on the line I can get a single hookable url to match add. I still need to write the logic to create the
drafts://x-callback-url but once that is done. I can just hook the url to open the requested draft and execute the action.
I made the
Copy Open URLs action. It will create a new url and add it to the clipboard. In the future it will just write the path to a prompted filename in the hook folder, adding it to hook.
Sandboxing prevents saving the file to the hook folder in that manner. I’ve added Keyboard Maestro into the mix. This is a little extreme but further explains the need to just build the ability in natively.