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Interview with ActuallyTaylor, the Developer Behind Jellycuts
Interview with ActuallyTaylor, the Developer Behind Jellycuts
In the realm of Apple shortcut development, Taylor Lineman (ActuallyTaylor) stands as a pioneering force. As the creator of Jellycuts, she has redefined the landscape of mobile programming, making shortcut creation more accessible than ever. An active member of the RoutineHub community, Lineman's work has not only transformed Apple shortcuts
·blog.routinehub.co·
Interview with ActuallyTaylor, the Developer Behind Jellycuts
Update in a different way - Martindb
Update in a different way - Martindb
We all know updaters in Shortcuts, they have been there since Workflow was introduced. Like Shortcuts they come in many different variants all with their strengths and weaknesses. Recently a new member on the Discord Shortcuts server published his version of an updater called “ Very smol updater “ this name sounded funny to me … Update in a different way Read More »
·martindb.net·
Update in a different way - Martindb
Threader, a Shortcut to Open Threads Profiles from Mastodon and Twitter Directly in the Threads App
Threader, a Shortcut to Open Threads Profiles from Mastodon and Twitter Directly in the Threads App
Instagram just rolled out Threads, the company’s new text-based social network that’s been advertised over the past few weeks as an alternative to Twitter. I’m trying out Threads (you can find my account at threads.net/@viticci) and in the process of setting up the list of people I want to follow, I immediately run into an
·macstories.net·
Threader, a Shortcut to Open Threads Profiles from Mastodon and Twitter Directly in the Threads App
Introducing S-GPT, A Shortcut to Connect OpenAI’s ChatGPT with Native Features of Apple’s Operating Systems
Introducing S-GPT, A Shortcut to Connect OpenAI’s ChatGPT with Native Features of Apple’s Operating Systems
It’s the inaugural week of the second annual edition of Automation April, and to celebrate the occasion, I’ve been working on something special: today, I’m introducing S-GPT, an advanced conversational shortcut for ChatGPT that bridges OpenAI’s assistant to native system features of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS. S-GPT (which stands for Shortcuts-GPT) is free to
·macstories.net·
Introducing S-GPT, A Shortcut to Connect OpenAI’s ChatGPT with Native Features of Apple’s Operating Systems
Apple Frames 3.1: Extending Screenshot Automation with the New Apple Frames API
Apple Frames 3.1: Extending Screenshot Automation with the New Apple Frames API
Today, I’m happy to introduce something I’ve been working on for the past couple of months: Apple Frames – my shortcut to put screenshots captured on Apple devices inside physical device frames – is getting a major upgrade to version 3.1 today. In addition to offering support for more devices that I missed in version
·macstories.net·
Apple Frames 3.1: Extending Screenshot Automation with the New Apple Frames API
Things 3.17 Overhauls the App’s Shortcuts Actions
Things 3.17 Overhauls the App’s Shortcuts Actions
Things 3.17 is out for iPhone, iPad, and Mac with greatly expanded support for Shortcuts. That opens up a much wider variety of possible automations than ever before. It’s a lot to take in at once, but I’ve been playing with these actions since the end of last year, so I thought I’d highlight what
·macstories.net·
Things 3.17 Overhauls the App’s Shortcuts Actions
What's New in Shortcuts - Issue #54
What's New in Shortcuts - Issue #54
To kick things off, I wanted to start with today's release of my new Mastodon shortcuts — I made deep links out of every section, a handle converter, and a quick way to use Movetodon.org repeatedly.I'm on the platform as @matthewcassinelli@mastodon.social, so you should definitely follow me there — for now, I'm still on Twitter trying to help people move off the platform:
·getrevue.co·
What's New in Shortcuts - Issue #54
What's New in Shortcuts - Issue #52
What's New in Shortcuts - Issue #52
Over on YouTube, I streamed for 6 hours on Monday continuing my work on the Shortcuts Library logging process and sharing the shortcuts I'd built on-stream a few weeks prior. I did some experiments on the stream too, including watching Chris Lawley's videos (who appeared in the chat), testing music, and taking longer breaks.
·getrevue.co·
What's New in Shortcuts - Issue #52
Masto-Redirect, a Mastodon Shortcut to Redirect Profiles and Posts to Your Own Instance
Masto-Redirect, a Mastodon Shortcut to Redirect Profiles and Posts to Your Own Instance
Like many others over the past month, I’ve been thinking deeply about my experience with Twitter and whether I want to align my social media usage with the kind of platform Twitter is rapidly becoming. It’s a complex discussion (if my readers are still on Twitter, am I doing them a disservice by not using
·macstories.net·
Masto-Redirect, a Mastodon Shortcut to Redirect Profiles and Posts to Your Own Instance
Apple Frames 3.0: Completely Rewritten, Support for iPhone 14 Pro and Dynamic Island, New Devices, Multiple Display Resolutions, and More
Apple Frames 3.0: Completely Rewritten, Support for iPhone 14 Pro and Dynamic Island, New Devices, Multiple Display Resolutions, and More
Today, I’m pleased to announce the release of version 3.0 of Apple Frames, my shortcut to put screenshots taken on various Apple devices inside physical frames for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. Apple Frames 3.0 is a major update that involved a complete re-architecture of the shortcut to improve its performance and reliability on
·macstories.net·
Apple Frames 3.0: Completely Rewritten, Support for iPhone 14 Pro and Dynamic Island, New Devices, Multiple Display Resolutions, and More
Apple Finally Gave Us More Shortcut Actions for Books
Apple Finally Gave Us More Shortcut Actions for Books
When iOS 16.0 was still in early beta testing, Apple teased us with a slew of new Books actions in the Shortcuts app, but none of them materialized in iOS 16.0 or 16.1. That changes with Apple's latest software update for iPhone. The only Apple Books action in Shortcuts you'll see on iOS 16.1 and earlier, except for any personal Siri Suggestions that are based on how you use your device, is:
·ios.gadgethacks.com·
Apple Finally Gave Us More Shortcut Actions for Books