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.
In a new type of post, I detail some of the bugs resolved in the developer betas of Shortcuts that public users might still be experiencing – check here to see what fixes are on the way.
Matt Galligan has published a collection of Shortcuts on Notion – including a handy one for dialing in to meetings. Seems like a great way to share shortcut if you don’t have a website.
When you have a bad habit you just can’t break, setting up some Siri Shortcuts can help. I put together two custom shortcuts for logging when my food expires into Trello and Reminders – plus I can ask Siri to let me know the status of my kitchen.
When you meet with someone new, you don’t want to fumble with your phone trying to capture important information. So I built 7 shortcuts to help with just that.
Julia M. on her blog Rampant Procrastination: 1. Open the information tab in Overcast of a podcast you wish to log to Airtable. 2.Select the text of the information tab from the podcast title down, grabbing as much of the episode description as you would like to be included in the notes field in Airtable. […]
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.