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13 hours ago by umeruma
Getting Started with Shortcuts | iMore
Shortcuts can be a powerful tool for getting things done on your iPhone or iPad, but it can seem intimidating at first.
The Shortcuts app, first introduced as an official Apple app with iOS 12, got a big boost with the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. Now a built-in part of the system, Shortcuts offers powerful tools for connecting first- and third-party apps with both each other and system features to help you get things done without a lot of hassle. In many cases, you just tap a button, a complicated series of actions take place, and you go about your day.
But Shortcuts can be intimidating to get into. There are so many options, it's hard to know where to begin (hint: it's the gallery). Even building a basic shortcut with one step can seem like an undertaking. But it's actually easier to get into than you might imagine (seriously, use the gallery).
Intro to Shortcuts
Shortcuts allows you to perform one or more tasks using both first- and third-party apps. Control HomeKit accessories, set up specialized, unique workflows with multiple apps, have Siri read out results of a particular action, and more. With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Shortcuts is becoming exponentially more powerful thanks to its integration directly into the system, rather than existing as a standalone app in the App Store.
Shortcuts can be simple and complicated. They can involve easy steps or a lot of variables and even some math. You can press the button for a shortcut to activate, or activate it using Siri.
siri  shortcuts  ios13  automation  workflow  101 
22 hours ago by rgl7194
A GUI application for Handbrake on Windows, macOS and Linux with an emphasis on batch conversion (including recursive folder scans and folder watching). Can also perform a basic scan for corrupt videos.
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Free self hostable workflow automation tool
zapier  free  opensource  tools  workflow 
2 days ago by seb_collet
iOS Shortcuts Ultimate Guide: Reviews, Examples, Libraries, Tutorials...
Right now, in your pocket (or perhaps in your hand), you have access to the best-kept secret on your iOS device: An app called Shortcuts.
The iOS Shortcuts app originally began as a third-party app, Workflow. Then, Apple bought it and re-released it in 2018 as Shortcuts — headlining it as a significant part of iOS 12.
However, at the time, Shortcuts was still an iOS app you had to download on your own. And while the future of Shortcuts was very bright, it was still limited in certain areas.
But now? So much has changed and improved with Shortcuts on iOS 13 and iPadOS.
Shortcuts is now a default app. It comes automatically installed on every iPhone and iPad running iOS 13 or iPadOS, just like Apple’s other default apps such as Safari, Mail, and Reminders.
Not to mention that this new version of Shortcuts has many amazing new things you can do and ways that you can run Shortcuts and automations.
But with all of this awesomeness, it may feel daunting. Perhaps you are wondering…
How do I get started with Shortcuts on iOS 13?
What are things I can automate with my iPad?
How do I run Shortcuts?
How do I make Shortcuts?
Wait, what are automations?
Heck, what are Shortcuts!?
If you’re asking any of these questions. You’re in the right spot.
Or perhaps you already have a handful of Shortcuts set up, but you want to take things to the next level and discover more of what’s possible.
In this guide, we are going to give you a big-picture overview of all the cool things you can automate with iOS 13 and iPadOS, and also provide you with links to the best resources out there so you can learn more.
Introduction to iOS Shortcuts
Triggering Shortcuts and Automations
Home Automation Gear (HomeKit and iOS 13)
Examples of Clever Shortcuts
iOS Shortcuts Libraries and Galleries
Reviews, Tutorials, and Guides
ios13  shortcuts  siri  workflow  automation  guide 
2 days ago by rgl7194

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