Shortcuts Library

Welcome to my Shortcuts Library!

Check out the collection below to get started with Shortcuts — there are over 700 total across the free and members-only collections.

Members also get bundle shortcuts, which compile each folder into single shortcuts so you can get all the benefits in one download.

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All shortcuts

Browse the latest shortcuts available for free or members-only.

Free shortcuts are easier to understand, solve a simple use case, or ideas that everyone should have in their collection.

Members-only shortcuts are more complex, solve specific use cases very well, and represent my unique ideas.

In general, an entire folder of shortcuts are either all free or all members-only — except the bundle shortcuts available on each page.

Members-only shortcuts

Free starter shortcuts

Folder groups

All shortcuts are collected into the same folders that I use in the Shortcuts app, color-coded by the larger category groups.

This section shows both free and members-only shortcuts together in the same lists, unless otherwise specified.

Productivity shortcuts

Lifestyle shortcuts

New Posts

Member content

Blog posts

Custom Views

The following sections contain views that filter the Shortcuts Library by custom categorizations I’ve applied on top on my shortcuts.

Shortcuts by Difficulty Level

Some actions are more straightforward, while some take a bit to learn about and implement in your shortcuts.

Browse them depending your current comfort level, then move up a level to see what else is possible next:

Simple

Shortcuts with just a few steps –good to learn from.

Average

Shortcuts with more actions, a bit of scripting, or variables.

Complex

Deeper workflows that solve a problem well.

Shortcuts by Device

Some actions are more straightforward, while some take a bit to learn about and implement in your shortcuts.

Browse them depending your current comfort level, then move up a level to see what else is possible next:

iPhone

Designed for iPhone. Make use of your pocket computer.

iPad

From iPad Pro to Mini. Hold your shortcuts right in your hands.

Mac

Works well on Mac — or using remote control via SSH.

Watch

Run right from your wrist or Watch face.
Ask Siri hands-free.

AirPods

Have a convo with Siri or get things done while out in the world.

HomePod

Shout into the air and get things done – Shortcuts at its finest.

CarPlay

Get in the car and go – use Siri or automate when you connect.

Home

Manage your Apple Home and control the spaces around you.

Apple TV

Remotely control your whole home TV setup with Shortcuts.