Thanks to the Shortcuts app and the power of iOS automation it brings to the table, you can now delete all your completed reminders at once without having to wait for Apple to deliver that much-needed feature.
Beware of the Shortcuts you download because there are malicious scripts out there that can and will steal your personal information. Being less trusting of the shortcuts you download is one way to address the privacy and security concerns dealing with iOS automation.
Taking advantage of a feature that some publishers have chosen to turn on, this handy iOS automation workflow for Apple’s Shortcuts app lets you bypass paywalls in Safari to read subscription-only articles from the likes of WSJ, NYT, FT and others for free.
The HTML specification currently lacks support for Dark Mode detection, but you can overcome this limitation and force a darkened appearance on virtually any website you like with a little help from iOS automation and Apple’s new Shortcuts app.
“Hey Siri. OK Google.” No, really. With Siri Shortcuts support in Google’s AI helper, you can now assign a custom phrase such as “OK Google” or “Hey Google” to open the Assistant app just by asking Siri.