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Takes URLs from input and saves them immediately into Pinboard.
Saves a story to reading list if one is found, otherwise opens the Reading List section of Safari.
Saves URLs from the shortcut input for Pinboard, asking whether you want to add tags, save privately, or mark as unread.
Gets the length of an article from input and divides the words by 200 to get a rough reading estimate.
Takes an article from input and calculates an average speaking speed based on the words-per-minute, then reads the article out loud in its entirety.
Uses the Open App action to open into Reeder where I can check my RSS feeds synced with Feedly.
Takes a screenshot, reformat the name to the style used on macOS, then saves it to /Shortcuts/Screenshots/ in iCloud Drive.
Takes a full window screenshot and leaves out the background.
Takes a custom screenshot using the sizing tool.
Opens into the Desktop folder in iCloud Drive in the Files app.
Opens the Downloads folder in iCloud Drive using the Files app.
Opens into the Documents folder of iCloud Drive using the Files app.
Gets the Documents folder contents and lets you pick which item to open.
Pulls the files in Slugline’s iCloud Drive folder and opens the chosen file in the screenwriting app.
Pulls the contents of MindNode’s iCloud Drive folder and asks you which mind map you want to open.
Pulls files from Linea’s iCloud Drive folder, lets you pick from your groups, then opens the corresponding sketch.
Grabs the GarageBand for iOS folder and asks you to pick a file to open.
Presents Bywor’ds documents from iCloud Drive and opens your choice in the app.
Grabs files from Pages in iCloud Drive and opens one of your choosing.
Pulls your Numbers spreadsheets from Files and opens the chosen you choose in the app.
Opens the local UserMedia folder from LumaFusion in the Files.
Presents the contents of the Keynote folder and opens the chosen presentation in the app.
Gets the contents of Pixelmator Photos’ iCloud Drive and asks which file to open.