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Automate timers for charging your devices
This shortcut allows you to set reminders to let you know when your device has charged to a specified level. For example, if you need a quick 30% charge on your AirPods Pro flat battery use this and get notified when it’s done. You can also add your own devices to the list such as your Switch, laptop or anything else that you know the timings for charging. Visit https://www.smallbites.me/shortcut-timers-to-charge-your-devices/ for full details on how to make this shortcut work for you.
Delete Non-Favorite Photos (or other filters)
Perfect for the trigger happy photographer like myself, who likes to take more photos than necessary to capture the perfect moment. As long as you have favorited or moved the "best shots" to a folder or album, this shortcut will help you get rid of all of the ones that didn't make the cut. When it comes to deleting photos en mass, there did not appear to be an easy way to run through and delete a bunch of them. This Shortcut allows you to delete photos from your phone and exclude specified photos or albums with ease. For confident folks, you can remove the "Choose From" script to breeze through the deletion, but if you would like to double check your selections, it may be a good idea to leave it in. Please note, that this Shortcut can handle about 500 photos at a time, but repeating the action allows for you to pump through the large amount of photos that you may have on your device.
Easily choose your favorite podcast, and select from a recent episode, all from the shortcut widget. When an episode is selected it will begin playing in the background, and you will receive a notification with the title and description of the episode. Tap on the notification to launch the Podcasts app. I wanted a shortcut that would let me choose a podcast without unlocking my phone, and without opening podcasts manually. Everything can done without leaving the shortcuts widget. Cheers! 🍻
Send WhatsApp Message Without Saving Contact Using iOS Shortcuts
One of the most annoying parts of WhatsApp is that you have to add a phone number into your contacts first to be able to send a message to that number. When you are doing house searching or selling something and have to message number of random numbers, this quickly fills up your contact data with junk My v1.9 shortcut that I built Allows you to WhatsApp any number without adding them into your contacts The Workflow is smart so you can customize the country code in the parameter. By default I have set it to 65 which is country code for +65 (Singapore). When you first install the shortcut, it will ask you for your country code. If you have a phone number in your clipboard the workflow will give you a choice to use that phone number or enter a new number You can run it as a widget or add to your home screen as you see fit The latest version now allows you start WhatsApp chat from the iOS share sheet as well Enjoy ! Ps. This requires iOS 12 or above of course as you need shortcuts app!