Search Apple Maps
Asks you to enter a destination, then opens driving directions in Apple Maps.
Using you pre-filled home address, displays a notification with the travel time and when you’ll arrive if you leave now.
Takes an input location or your current location and searches for gas stations, then gives you driving directions to your choice.
Gets addresses from the clipboard or shared as input, presents a menu if more than one is found, and then gives options for sharing it, showing it in maps, getting directions, getting travel time, or sharing the Maps URL to that spot.
Takes a location as input or your current location and searches for nearby destinations noted as Landmarks, then opens your selected option in Maps.
Identifies the current song and uses the “Video URL” detail to check if there’s a video available; if so, it opens it immediately, otherwise it throws an alert that nothing was found.
Prompts you to pick from the Blocks, Mutes, Domain Blocks, or Muted Words pages in Mastodon’s settings.
Open a specific page or sub-section of the Settings app. This shortcut contains over 120 Settings URLs, and you can choose which one to open from a list. You can also create standalone shortcuts for each URL.
The shortcut works in the app, widget, and Siri.
Choose from URLs in the Research area to open.
Takes the current episode from Overcast, finds the show in Podcasts, and opens the last episode.
Opens the Tweetdeck app on Mac and uses AppleScript to put it in fullscreen.