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This Shortcut is designed to simplify the activation or deactivation of wifi, data and bluetooth connections. In fact, from the selection menu you can: - switch from wifi to cellular data and vice versa; - activate and deactivate the bluetooth. - activate and deactivate the wifi Everything will happen automatically based on what you have already activated.
Log Driving km/miles then get directions
This shortcut requires ifttt.com to be setup. You will use maker and google sheets in ifttt.com When you run shortcut it will scan for a calendar invite with a valid address. If found you will be asked if you want to use calendar. If yes you will be prompted for which one. If no or no calendar invite you will be taken to search for business then that location will be used. Your current location and distance to address will be calculated and sent to ifttt which will add to sheets for tracking purpose. Once this is done you will be promoted if you want driving directions. Currently set as waze but you can change. Any issues please let me know.
For when you have a bad WiFi connection and you need to turn WiFi on/off repeatedly to reset your receiver, this shortcut is for you. It simply turns it off and on a bunch of times, then gives a 10 sec buffer. If it doesn’t work the first time just keep doing it until your connection comes back. 3 times is the most it’s taken for me.
sPower is the all-in-one solution to access some of @mrjoshdeakin's most popular Siri Shortcuts. From Dictate to... to Post to Instagram to many more of Josh's shortcuts. You can even get YOUR SIRI SHORTCUT included! Send an email along including in the email body either the iCloud download link or a .Shortcuts file, also follow this up with a brief description of how your shortcut works and what it's purpose is. Also include your Name and your RoutineHub username url (For Crediting.) Email: Shortcuts@joshdeakin.com (When you click the email address. The Subject line is formatted already with "sPower:" then you can put your Shortcuts name.) This shortcut supports UpdateKit, allowing for frequent and small updates to fix any bugs and add new enhancements. Website: http://joshdeakin.com