Things 3.4 Introduces Automation →
A robust URL scheme, app integrations, and more stuff I can’t seem to find a use for
I have something of a love/hate relationship with Workflow and iOS automation in general. As an iOS “power user”, there’s an expectation that I should use Workflow to speed up various aspects of my daily routine.
Yet try as I might, I cannot find many opportunities where Workflow actually improves my productivity, speeds up my workflows, or helps me accomplish things any faster than I can without it. This is a failing on my part, admittedly, because it seems everyone else gets it.
And that isn’t to say I don’t enjoy trying.
I’ve been spending the past few weeks teaching myself Workflow, largely by de-constructing the Workflows of others and trying to build variations. It’s fun, but beyond the geeky satisfaction of it I’m left with little more than a collection of Workflows that replicate things I...
Continue reading →