Dan Moren, writing for Six Colors: What I really wanted was for iOS to be a bit more intelligent. For example, it could realize that when I turn off my bedside light (which is a HomeKit-compatible Philips Hue bulb) I’m going to bed. And then, when I pick up my phone in the morning it […]
Using the Share sheet and Add People to copy a direct link to a file in iCloud Drive, without exposing your data to the outside world.
How do you stay aware of the passing of time? With Siri, of course – and a little date/time math.
When your podcast turns into a video podcast, what do listeners do if they want to watch along? For our show, I’ve build a custom Shortcut to turn Overcast links into YouTube deep links, so you can tune in regardless of the medium.
There’s a new action for the Shortcuts app, courtesy of your friends at Adobe. But what about RAW?
How I fixed my Twitter List shortcut – and how to put a bunch of shortcuts in your Today View as a widget.
While trying to automate my podcast posts here on my blog, I came up with a helpful shortcut – and wrote 3,000 words explaining my thought process.
Learn how to build your own Siri-based Shortcuts – starting with a look ahead at your schedule for the day.
“To me, whether Jobs intended it this way or not, the “bicycle for the mind” is the tool that empowers you to repurpose it for your specific needs, not just to consume things with it, or use it in the same way as everyone else. “
Sharing my first “Shortcuts in under 3 minutes” video, plus some improvements that I could make. Please excuse the lack of blinking 🙂