an automation that would give me alerts across any of my devices when one was low on battery. The result was pleasingly simple to set up.
some ways to turn my iPhone into what I like to call my ‘TV Sidekick’ using the setup below, which includes the recent addition – the iPhone 15 Pro Action button.
Useful tip, will use this so that I can run my monthly "Music Update" posts automatically.
Forester remote start
Now I tried to create a few Shortcuts to retrieve Highlights from Readwise and share them to other apps. I personally use Obsidian and Readwise has a great official plugin to import the highlights but I couldn’t resist to built the Shortcuts anyways.
Below are the Shortcuts I created. If you have feedback, further requests, or trouble just reach out on Mastodon. If you like the Shortcuts I would appreciate if you share this post and consider to support my work
Shortcut to take output from MagicToDo and create discrete tasks in Things using OpenAI
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that I was getting back into the habit of sharing interesting links here. Over the years, I’ve come up with, and written up, a number of different ways of pulling info from the web and shoving it into posts I want to
But then I accidentally built my own iOS music app using Shortcuts. This was a surprising outcome mostly because I had never built a single shortcut on my own.
A few cool iOS shortcuts for handing off music to homepods and making music part of home app automation scenes.