Member Shortcuts

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Opens menus for controlling my HomeKit scenes, controlling my Mac via SSH, setting up environment-type scenes or actions, activating other smart assistants, or controlling Sound Recognition.
Takes the current contents of your clipboard, stores it, and presents it alongside values from iCloud Drive previously stored with this shortcut to copy later.

If more than the preset Number of items are stored, the shortcut will only present number of recent items.
Presents a menu for you to:
• Open the handwriting folder in Notes
• Create a new document with today’s date for writing in
• Copy the text out of a note in the folder
• Open the Pencil page in Settings
Presents a series of actions for Craft, including:
• Opening workspaces, docs, or My Documents
• Adding to existing docs
• Making new docs from scratch, by combining notes, or using Markdown templates
• Opening into specific docs I’m working on
Presents a series of menus, starting with length of the workout to set Do Not Disturb, which device to set the Apple TV up or to pick Noise Control & then opens into a workout type of your on the current device using a deep link.
Presents options for health activities like meditation, showering, and brushing teeth, logging water and caffeine, opening the Fitness app or setting manual stand reminders, performing anxiety awareness checks, setting nap timers, or setting your alarm by the sunrise time or changing your sleep schedule.
Presents a large list of actions for Safari, including searching the web for topics, opening URLs, deep links, or into Safari reader, adding articles to Reading list/Reminders or speaking them aloud, getting the original link for shortened URLs/redirects, running pages through Snopes or the Wayback Machine, viewing source code, grabbing header images, or utilizing RSS feeds, running Javascript on current Safari pages, or doing keyword research.
Presents a menu for actions to take using Twitter, including: opening your Timeline, News, & Lists, tweeting & live-tweeting with a hashtag, searching for Links, your own Tweets, & via People You Follow, opening “Followers You Know” for a person, grabbing a Markdown version of a tweet, and extracting every tweet shared into a simpler dictionary.
Presents a menu for options related to the Get My Location action and the GPS coordinates associated with it, allowing you to copy them, share them with someone, or log the spot in Notes. Also includes an option to open Find My Friends and see where your devices/friends are located.
Shows options for using Maps:
• Searching, getting driving directions, getting travel time
• Picking destinations halfway, logging mileage
• Driving to specific places or picking types of locations
• Using biking directions, transit resources, and rideshare actions
Speaks out the weather, reminders, & your calendar events, shows any notes created the day before, and then presents options for media to begin your day with.
Add or open content to Day One, from creating templates & rich media entries to searching through your journal.
Presents a menu for controlling podcasts in Overcast, including changing episodes, starring the current episode, switching chapters, changing speeds, setting the Sleep Timer, seeking playback, starting up playback, saving quotes, copying links from show notes, and opening into the Podcasts app.
Presents a menu of various activities for preparing to record a podcast, including contacting your cohost, researching stories, reading up on those stories later, grabbing the titles & links and formatting them for Google Docs, opening said Google Doc, and more.
Shows options for various ways to watch video, whether picture-in-picture on the current device or using an Apple TV setup. Includes scenes for TV mode and movie mode, a way to quickly put lyrics onto an Apple TV, and a quick link to the latest $0.99 rental in iTunes.
Presents a menu for various gaming apps, HomeKit scenes, chatting with gaming friends, or for sharing your game codes.
Presents a menu for opening the /Shortcuts/Screenshots/ folder in iCloud Drive, plus a method for moving screenshots from Photos to the same folder.
Presents a series of options for photographers to utilize Lightroom, pick selects, clear shots, or organize photos from the day, and check Golden Hour so they can get out and take the best photos. Also includes option for specialized camera manufacturer apps.
Allows you to perform a series of calculations, either by typing it out, using a tip calculator, checking the percentage change between two values, counting or splitting up lists, and doing conversions like timestamps to seconds, time between dates, and MPH KM per HR or Miles Kilometers.
Includes a menu of various deep links into the Settings app, curated for my personal needs/most common use cases; also includes a way to reset any connections if you’re having issues.
Contains deep links to various iPad settings, including multitasking controls, keyboard backlight brightness, and other keyboard settings. Also includes a subroutine for my Handwriting shortcut, plus the ability to open Luna Display.
Multitool for managing Shortcuts, including learning more about the app, organizing & understanding your collection, and sharing shortcuts quickly.
Takes any data coming from the share sheet or clipboard and opens into the Shortcuts app to the Content Graph viewer, a mode that exposes the underlying components of content that’s being passed through each step of your shortcuts.
Debug your shortcut by taking the input and displaying it in an alert so you can see what type of content is being passed through.
Runs a script on my Mac over SSH that wakes the Mac (in case it’s not on), opens the Music app, and presses the keyboard shortcut to open the Mini Player.
Using a given database ID, pulls posts from the database where a field “Link” is not empty, then open into that post page.
For a given Notion bot hooked into your databases, this will tap into the API and return the ID of any database that’s been hooked up.
Creates a new page inside the chosen Notion database and creates a mobile link to the new page that opens immediately.
Presents a menu for each of my 18 Focus modes with each option timed to activate for a general length related to the task at hand.
Presents a menu of the six options for Background Sounds available in Accessibility—balanced noise, bright noise, dark noise, ocean, ra, and stream sounds—then activates the choice, turns on the sounds, sets the volume to 20%, and also allows sounds during background media at 10%.
From a given dictionary of channel titles and their usernames, this lets me pick from a set of creators, grab the RSS feed for their channel, and pick from one of their videos to open immediately.
Activates the YouTube action for “Search YouTube with Voice” which opens the app and triggers Google’s dictation feature for immediately speaking your query and getting video results.
Pauses any current media, lowers the volume and brightness to a reasonable amount, turns off any extra network activity, turns on DnD, then presents a menu of actions to take in the YouTube app, including a custom Queue playlist, Watch Later, the Subscriptions tab, your History, and more. Also includes option to Shazam a song into YouTube or AirPlay from the current device to a TV set.
Takes a screenshot, reformat the name to the style used on macOS, then saves it to /Shortcuts/Screenshots/ in iCloud Drive.