Former Workflow team member Matthew Cassinelli recently shared a fantastic idea for both backing up and organising Shortcuts on iOS, on his new podcast (which he co-hosts with Alex Cox, called Supercomputer.
I’d planned on sharing this idea here in a simple blog post, but I thought a short video would perhaps work a little better in explaining the process. To that end, I recorded and edited a short video which you can see below.
While this was fun to make, I clearly have a lot more to learn on this front. I also need a new background image of the 2018 iPad Pros. This one looks pretty dated …
About a week ago, someone from the Pocket Sized Podcast Slack group mentioned that he’d like Scott and I to talk about Drag & Drop on iOS. We ran out of time in the episode after this request came up, unfortunately.
In order to make amends, and also to give me an excuse to have a play with a new app (Luma Fusion) I recorded a short tutorial / walkthrough of how to use Drag & Drop and shared it privately with the group. Now that I’ve launched this blog, however, I thought I may as well publish it here also.
If you’re reading this blog, chances are you’re already familiar with Drag & Drop, but I saw this video as more something you’d perhaps share with a less tech savvy family member.
All in all, it’s a lighthearted first stab at a tutorial with some, interesting shall we say, editing via Luma Fusion on iOS, let me know your thoughts.