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Shortcuts Adds Support for SSH Keys
A recent update to Shortcuts has added support for SSH keys when using the Run Script over SSH action.
Automators 33: Packing List Extravaganza in Drafts
It's no secret that I love to travel - and I also love to be organized! Making a packing list is great fun, until you forget something so in this episode of Automators David and I decided to find as many ways as we could to solve the problem of creating a packing list. Naturally our techniques overlapped in a few places, but we still came up with a variety of solutions - which you can use to solve other problems too.
Nested Folders 6: Is It Worth Automating?
As many people know, automation is a topic near and dear to my heart - therefore I often think about automating something before I really know what that something is! Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Really it depends on the circumstance - so Scotty and I talked about it!
Create Your Own Services Menu Items for Files on macOS using Automator
How to Enable the Camera Grid on Your iPhone to Apply the Rule of Thirds
A Roundup of Health Features to Check Out in iOS and watchOS
How to Scan a QR Code on iOS
Nested Folders 5: How We Weekly Review
In episode 5 of Nested Folders Scotty and I dived into our weekly review routines. It was also good to review traps we've both previously fallen into with our reviews - I've been considering making a printed list of how I do my weekly review and if I do so I'm also going to make a list of "not to do" on it - as a reminder of those lessons that I've learned over the years!
Latest Shortcuts Beta Allows You to Get Links to Shortcuts with Shortcuts!
Something I've been hoping for for a long time is the ability to get a (sharing) link to my Shortcuts with Shortcuts - and with the latest developer beta of iOS and iPadOS (beta 2) it can be done!
Automators 31: Making Your ScreenFlow Flow and More with J.F. Brissette
In this episode of Automators David and I got a chance to dive behind the scenes of ScreencastsOnline and into the Terminal app (not at the same time) with J.F. Brissette. David and J.F. met years ago at Macworld!