Log my Water!
With Log My Water you can log your consumed drinks and synchronize them through the Health-App! At first you get an overview of your last entry, about the amount you drunk as well as at the time of your last entry. You will also get an overview of the total amount of drunken water for the day. You can then enter the amount of water you have drunk freely and synchronize it with the health app. Only the unit of the liquid (e.g. ml or oz) must or can be adjusted. Much thanks to /u/chefchip1965 on reddit for helping me out on this one!
If you are a person that cares about health and calories intake, This tiny shortcut is basically a calculator that calculates the nutrition facts per 100 g. ( nutritional percentage ) it also can calculate the custom serving (Desired serving) if you’re given the nutrition facts per 100 g.
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Bread maker shortcut
This is my handy breadmaker shortcut, it reads out ingredients needed for making bread using morphie Richards pro bread maker...who doesn’t like making bread? Used to work great on Apple Watch but no longer supported 😟 If you run into problems using it as widget try changing display timeout settings or running from shortcuts app
Tip Calc/Bill Splitter
Use the tip calculator to calculate the tip. With the tip calc put in the cost of the meal and the tip percent you want and BAM it is right there! Use the bill splitter to split any cost among people. With the bill splitter put in the meal cost and how many people are there and BAM it is right there!
Short Stay Car Parking 60 mins
Set the location in this Shortcut, stored in the Calendar app as Parked when you park up. When it’s time to go back to the Car press Return to Car, the Shortcut returns the location and starts a Walking Map for you. Duration is set to 1 hour but still returns you before or after the time. a notification is activated at 45 mins.
Let’s Get Carryout
This is my first published Shortcut. Basically expanded dietwedge's Pizza shortcut to allow a choice of carryout options locally. Just click the type of food you want, then click the restaurant and the shortcut will make the call and then create a reminder for you to leave your house and arrive at the restaurant just when your food is ready. Includes UpdateKit. Version 1.1 adds a few more choices and delivery option
Calculate Tip & Split
This is a revamped version of the standard tip calculator. You can generate a tip based on 10%, 15%, 18%, and 20%. This tip will be ROUNDED UP to the nearest dollar and the grand total will be displayed. In addition, if you are then splitting the bill, it will take the total (including the tip) and split it evenly between the amount of people you have specified.
You can use this little shortcut to keep track what you have drunk. Very useful if you go out with some friends. Feel free to translate the drinks in this shortcut to your own need. Before the first use you have to reset the coaster once. Note: This is the first Shortcut that I have created. There may be a lot of room for improvements... German: Mit diesem kleinen Shortcut kann man schnell und einfach dokumentieren, was man getrunken hat. So verliert man nicht den Überblick, wenn man mit Freunden was trinken geht. Bezeichnungen der Getränke können auf den eigenen Geschmack angepasst werden. Vor der ersten Nutzung musst du einmalig den Bierdeckel zurücksetzen.
Apple Health Macro Nutrients Tracker
This is the Apple Health Macro Nutrients Tracker. It keeps a library of added food in your iCloud Drive. This needs a modified version of the Shortcut "libStorage", which can be found here: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/42d749c5acbf4f68b421caae71f26d1c The original version of libStorage was shared on r/shortcuts by user chilaxan. Functionality should be pretty self explanatory. First choose a food from the Library, or add a new entry. Adding a new Food requires kCal, carbs, fat and protein per 100gram. To add a food consumption to Apple Health, the amount and date needs to be entered.
This does what it says on the label - making it easier for you to order pizza, and get there as soon as it’s ready. When run, it will search your contacts to find any with the word pizza as the note. You’ll then be presented a list of those contacts, and you pick which one you’re going to call. Once the call is done, select from the list how soon it will be ready, then it will add a reminder for when you need to leave to pick it up on time. Comments are included in the shortcut so you can understand how it works, and make modifications accordingly - for another type of takeaway, different keywords to search for, the possibilities are endless. Enjoy,
Receipt / General Purpose Cataloguing Tool
In order to use this, you will need: - A Photos album called "Receipts" - A folder called "Receipts" inside the "Shortcuts" folder in iCloud drive - A calendar called "Calendar" or otherwise you may redirect the calendar to one of your choice This shortcut will automatically save photos with your desired filename and current timestamp to the "Receipts" folder in the Photos app, create a calendar event with the location, name of receipt, and number of photos taken, and upload the photos to iCloud automatically. You will also be prompted with the option to take additional photos in case you misjudged how many photos you needed to take during the first prompt. Once all is done, a notification will be shown at the top of the screen telling you how many photos were taken. While the shortcut is called "Receipts" it is a general purpose cataloging shortcut.
Pizza Size Calculator
This shortcut can be used for comparing 2 different sized pizzas. You have to input a currency (that's only formal, as it doesn't really matter in terms of calculating), and the diameters and prices of the 2 pizzas. It determines, which is worth buying based on price per cm2, and which is bigger by how many times. Note that this calculates in centimetres, but if I'm correct, you can input inches too, the only problem is that it's outputting "cm", but the numbers should be right.