Using Hook with Merlin Project
With Hook you can link Merlin Project items to and from anything that is also linkable!
Merlin Project is cross-platform project management software developed by ProjectWizards. First released in 2007, Merlin Project is used by customers in over 150 countries in all kinds of industries such as Architecture & Construction, Media & Agencies, Research & Development, Education and others. Customers use this flexible app to plan, manage & control their small and large projects. It is available for Mac, iPad and Windows.
Copy Link, Copy Markdown Link and Hook to Copied Link
When you use Hook to copy a link to a Merlin item, the link includes a URL of the form:
merlinproject:///<link-path>, like this one
You can paste those links anywhere. You can even use them on your iPad , iPhone or Windows PC.
If it is a shared project, you can share copied links with others. That’s very handy for project managers! Use Hook’s ‘share’ feature, or simply copy the link and paste them in emails, messages, Slack, forums, or other software.
You can of course bidirectionally link (i.e., ‘hook’ them) Merlin Project activities and other items to anything linkable. Here’s an example of a project activity that is linked to a file and three web pages:
Hook to New > Merlin Project
You can use the
Hook to New command to create a new Merlin Project file that is hooked (bidirectionally linked) to the current resource.
If you are using a version of Hook prior to Hook 3.2, you’ll need to add a Merlin Project file in Hook’s templates folder to do this.
Search for Merlin Project bookmarks in Hook
Hook has an awesome search utility that leverage is the fact that any link you copy or ‘hook’ with Hook is bookmarked by Hook.
To find Merlin Project items you’ve processed with Hook, simply
- invoke Hook
- enter search mode (with ⌘F or a click)
url:"<AppURLScheme>"and hit the return key
Your Merlin Project bookmarks will show up in the search results.
Merlin Project is discussed and illustrated elsewhere on this website. To find out more:
- Click on the search icon in the top right corner of the website and search for “Merlin project” there,
- Search for “Merlin Project” on the Hook Productivity Forum