I posted about this on the Agenda community, but figured it belongs here as well: I made a Shortcut that provides for find and replace of term on the iOS version of the app, since it can’t (yet) be done natively.Continue reading
“You’re not dying, you just can’t think of anything good to do.” — Ferris Bueller
It was just a month or so ago that was thinking I needed a good way to take particular OmniFocus lists with me on my watch, because I love ditching my phone when I can.
Lo and behold, Cheatsheet, an app I love, just added Shortcuts support. This means I can very easily create a list from OmniFocus and put it in a cheat, making it ready to take with me (requires Cheatsheat’s Pro in-app purchase, but well worth it).
- Minor update
- Added Maps as a source for phone numbers in the Phone branch
- Added alert to Bookmarked URLs branch to align to all the others
Download link below 👇🏻
- Added branch for Things, using its
queryparameter to show a particular project, or else the
idparameter to show a built-in list
- Added branch for DEVONthink To Go
- Added branch for Craft (requires choosing the workspace to open when you actually use the URL, but hey, you play the hand you’re dealt)
- Added branches for OmniFocus 4 Beta
- Added branch for Agenda 13.1 Beta
- Added comment actions to capture changelog and protips
I was listening my pals Jay Miller, Rosemary Orchard, and David Sparks discuss Hook on a recent episode of the Automators podcast, and got thinking about how often I benefit from linking across resources on my phone/iPad (or would like to benefit from it, if I actually did it more).
Some real examples:
- Put a phone number in an OmniFocus task
- Reference an OmniFocus project in an Agenda note
- Add a location in a Note
And plenty more.Continue reading