Get a list of my shortcut names

Using a text field populated from “List Folder names,” lets you select multiple folders, grabs the shortcut names from all of the folders, and lets you copy out the titles.

Actions Used

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Copy to Clipboard
Copies the result of the last action to the clipboard.
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Repeat with Each
Takes a list of items as input, and runs the contained actions once for each item in the list.
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Combine Text
Joins text together, inserting the separator between each join.
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Split Text
Separates text passed into the action into a list.
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Get My Shortcuts
Gets the shortcuts stored on this device. For example, you could use this action with the Make Archive action to zip up your shortcuts.
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Choose from List
Presents a menu of the items passed as input to the action and outputs the user’s selection. Prompt The instruction provided when the list is presented. Select Multiple When enabled, multiple items may be chosen from the list.
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Ask for Input
Prompts the user to enter a piece of information.
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Stop and Output
Stops execution of the current shortcut, and outputs content. This action is useful when: • Running a shortcut from another shortcut (using the Run Shortcut action). The output will be used as the output of the Run Shortcut action. • Running a shortcut from Quick Actions in Finder on macOS. The output will be saved as a file alongside the files selected in Finder. • Running a shortcut from Services on macOS. The output will replace the selected content, if applicable. • Or, when running a shortcut from another location that supports output, like the command-line or the Shortcuts URL scheme. No more actions will be run after this action.

Extra Details

Run Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://run-shortcut?name=Get%20a%20list%20of%20my%20shortcut%20names
Open Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://open-shortcut?name=Get%20a%20list%20of%20my%20shortcut%20names
AppleScript code
tell application “Shortcuts Events” run shortcut “Get a list of my shortcut names” end tell

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Open my Automations

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Works well from the Shortcuts widget or using Siri when you want to set up a new Automation.

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Open a folder

Prompts you to type in a folder name, then opens that folder in Shortcuts. Assigned to Shift + Control + O as a keyboard shortcut on macOS, and placed in the iPad dock.

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