Let’s Go! Conditional driving Shortcut
This will pull up your calendar and determine if anything in your day is coming up. It then pulls the location of that event and with Siri’s voice tells you about your commute (eta, name of event, arrival time, and weather conditions) pulls up navigation, then plays audio. If you don’t have anything on your calendar, it will navigate home. If you are home and have nothing, it just plays audio 🙂 Use case? CAR PLAY AUTOMATIONS BABY! Just plug in your phone and go! Or, if you are poor like me, use an NFC tag in your car mount for your phone 🙂 either works well! Set up is simple. The import questions take care of most of this. Just make sure your calendar has events with locations on a map. There is a single configuration to an “if” condition that requires you go inside and modify. Just follow the directions and you will be good to go! I would love people to try this and give feed back. This is version 1.1.0, and has room to grow including iMessageing people your eta. Also, I know there is a redundancy, (sort of) this redundancy is just get it to play something if you are at home and have nothing coming up but you are going to drive somewhere. This way, if you don’t have your calendar updated, it can still service you 🙂
How annoying is it to save your car's location so you don't get lost in the city? With Pollicino you can do this really easily. In the first step, save the position and in the second step brings you back to the position of your car. To use this shortcut correctly, you must have an Evernote account.
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If you love Star Trek and need to know where to boldly go, this is for you. Input the address when prompted and select a Spotify list if you don’t want to hear Star Trek scores. Siri, your number one, will boldly go to wherever you need. I put in a couple fun effects, so have fun and show your friends so they can laugh at you like mine do me. 😉
🖼 Photo Location📍
Sometimes you'd like to to go again to some place but you don't know how to go there, or even you don't know the address there. Well, if you took a photo, here you have this tool to get the address or the gps location and an easy way to find and share the place.👍 __________ Powered by David Villanueva
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.
Park & "Find"
This short cut does the following: - Remember the parking spot (uses iCloud drive to store the location) - Find the parking spot and show google maps walking directions - Find nearest Parking Garage - Find nearest gas station - Find nearest Auto repair and Service stations - Find nearest towing services - Find nearest McDonald's - Find nearest Burger King - Find nearest Service Area - Find nearest Restaurant
Get Pin Latitude and Longitude
Getting the lat and long of a place to reuse can be painful. For example, Siri might struggle with a location you frequently get directions to, such as not recognising the name or address of the place. So, find the lat and long of a place in maps easily. Once installed, find the location in maps, and run this shortcut from the share sheet. The lat and long will be pasted to your clipboard ready for you to use. Note: This shortcut only accepts locations and map links as input.
Get Public Transport
Using the power of Shortcuts and Google maps, this app uses Public transportation only to get you where you want to go to. Example type in Street Fontana Di Trevi and in City Rome and this instantly finds the way. I’m in the UK and it works all over Europe for me, but just as well in the UK. Give it a blast. Enjoy Tony Dudley
Designed by a photographer for photographers store you PhotoLocations in a calendar idea for trip planning or retrieve it locations you have been to before. Just search google maps and copy the location to the clipboard, then follow the shortcut to add it to your calendar Please note the instructions inside the shortcut and create a calendar called PhotoLocations. Trip planning and revisiting places you know and love has never been easier.