Writing for iMore about the keyboard shortcuts available to the Shortcuts app on iPad (or iPhone, if you’re cool like that). Plus, I made a wishlist for full keyboard control in the future.
Sharing a quick video I produced in fall of last year – how to make animated GIFs on your iPhone in just a few minutes. Plus, I want your feedback.
In another guest appearance on the iPad Pros podcast, Tim Chaten had me on to talk all about the next version of Shortcuts that is built into iOS 13. (Make sure to listen to episodes 41 & 42 for last year’s recap as well).
While Alex was away, Matthew interviewed developer Greg Pierce, creator of Drafts and the x-callback-url spec that kicked off deeper interest in iOS automation.
My friend Brian Matiash was kind enough to have me on his photography podcast—the No Name Photo Show—to talk Siri Shortcuts.
After a few weeks, Alex & Matthew are back to talk about the beta experiences so far. Matthew hung out in Apple Business Chat, Alex gets excited about Automation triggers, and everyone is assigned a book for summer reading.
Guides you through the process of filing Feedback to Apple (previously called Radar). This explains the process in a pop-up, has you type up the problem through a series of prompts before even starting a new ticket, then guides you again on how to easily fill out the form, before finally opening into Feedback.
New shortcut Copy Checklist from Taskpaper for iOS 13 beta users: Takes any TaskPaper-formatted text coming from the share sheet or clipboard and strips out the extra details, getting just the names of the checklist items in a rich text unordered list. Built this for myself today, after I found an OmniFocus template I had created…
With about 2,500 words and 24 screenshots, I covered everything that’s new in the betas so far for iMore
Alex and Matthew are back from WWDC (for real this time) and are VERY excited about Shortcuts. Alex also briefly shouts about the Mac Pro, and Matthew needs a monitor.