Shortcuts User Guide

  • Intro to Shortcuts
  • Discover shortcuts in the Gallery
  • Run a shortcut from the app
  • Run shortcuts with Siri
  • Run suggested shortcuts
  • Run app shortcuts
  • Run shortcuts from the Home Screen widget
  • Run shortcuts from the Search screen
  • Add a shortcut to the Home Screen
  • Launch a shortcut from another app
  • Run shortcuts from Apple Watch
  • Run shortcuts by tapping the back of your iPhone
  • Adjust privacy settings
  • Intro to how shortcuts work
  • The flow of content
  • Action connections
  • Control the flow of actions
  • Shortcut completion
  • The Content Graph engine
  • Create a custom shortcut
  • Ideas for custom shortcuts
  • Navigate the action list
  • Order of actions
  • Get actions
  • Transform actions
  • Share actions
  • Test your actions
  • About actions in complicated shortcuts
  • Intro to editing shortcuts
  • Organize shortcuts in folders
  • Change the layout
  • Reorder shortcuts
  • Rename shortcuts
  • Modify shortcut icons
  • Duplicate shortcuts
  • Delete shortcuts
  • Sync shortcuts
  • Share shortcuts
  • Add import questions to shared shortcuts
  • Add a shortcut to Reminders using Siri
  • Intro to personal automation
  • Create a new personal automation
  • Enable or disable a personal automation
  • Delete a personal automation
  • Event triggers
  • Travel triggers
  • Communication triggers
  • Transaction trigger
  • Setting triggers
  • Intro to home automation
  • Create a new home automation
  • Enable or disable a home automation
  • Delete a home automation
  • Home automation triggers
  • Intro to variables
  • Variable types
  • Use variables
  • Adjust variables
  • Use list actions
  • Use the Choose from Menu action
  • Use If actions
  • Use Repeat actions
  • Intro to Find and Filter actions
  • Add filter parameters
  • Intro to using prompts
  • Use the Ask for Input action
  • Use the Ask Each Time variable
  • Use the Show Alert action
  • Use the Show Notification action
  • Input types
  • Limit the input for a shortcut
  • Receive onscreen items
  • Advanced Shortcuts settings
  • Intro to the Run JavaScript on Webpage action
  • Use the Run JavaScript on Webpage action
  • Intro to URL schemes
  • Open, create, and run a shortcut
  • Run a shortcut from a URL
  • Open or search the Gallery from a URL
  • Use x-callback-url
  • Use another app’s URL scheme
  • Intro to web APIs
  • What’s an API?
  • Request your first API
  • Intro to using JSON
  • Parsing JSON
  • Handling lists
  • Get Dictionary Value action
  • Create contacts
  • API limitations
  • Format Date timestamps
  • Dictionaries
  • About date and time formatting
  • Date and time formats
  • Dates as written language
  • Technical standards
  • Custom date formats

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Travel triggers in Shortcuts on iPhone or iPad

Use a travel trigger to run an automation based on your location.

The Arrive trigger has the following options:

Location: Tap Choose, then select a location from the list, or use the search field to find a location to trigger your automation.

Tip: Drag the blue circle on the map to adjust the boundary of the location.

Time: Further hone your trigger by adding a time option:

Any: Triggers your automation any time you arrive at the specified location.

Time Range: Triggers your automation if you arrive at the specified location during a specific time period, which you set by choosing a start and end time.

The Leave trigger has the following options:

Location: Tap Choose, then select a location from the list, or use the search field to find a location. Leaving this location triggers your automation.

Any: Triggers your automation any time you leave the specified location.

Time Range: Triggers your automation if you leave the specified location during a specific time period, which you set by choosing a start and end time.

The Before I Commute trigger has the following options:

To Work: Triggers your automation at the time you typically start your commute to the address set as Work in your contacts.

Back Home: Triggers your automation at the time you typically start your commute to the address set as Home in your contacts.

Time: Triggers your automation at a specified number of minutes before you typically leave your home or workplace. Choose a time option from the list.

Note: To use Before I Leave triggers, you may need to set your contact card in your device Settings. For more information, see Add your contact info on iPhone .

The CarPlay trigger has the following options:

Connects: Triggers your automation when your device connects to CarPlay.

Disconnects: Triggers your automation when your device disconnects from CarPlay.

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How to make an iPhone Shortcut to automatically text your time to destination

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Whether you commute to work or would just like to send a text with your ETA to a partner, this Shortcut calculates your travel time in minutes and sends that via text with a single tap. You can download this Shortcut at the link below or learn how to build it step-by-step in our video.

Sharing your ETA is possible with third-party apps, and it's built-in to Apple Maps as well, but those methods require several steps to share each time. In Apple Maps, users would need to get directions to Home or Work, start a turn-by-turn navigation session, and then share their ETA with a friend.

Using a Shortcut like this allows users to send their ETA in one step, and can be triggered via Siri , Apple Watch , home screen widget, or icon. Once created, you also have the option to calculate Driving, Walking, Transit, or Bicycle travel time to an address of your choice.

Download the Home ETA Shortcut Here

Building the Home ETA Shortcut

  • Open the Shortcuts app on your iPhone. If you don't see it, you can download it for free from the App Store .
  • Tap the + icon to create a new Shortcut
  • Tap in the search box and type "Street Address". Tap the action by that name to add it to the Shortcut
  • In the action you've added, input the home or work address to use when calculating your travel time.
  • Tap in the search box and type "Get Travel Time", then tap to add that action.
  • By default it will calculate travel time by "Driving", but users can tap that variable and change to Walking, Transit, or Biking
  • Tap in the search box and type "Text", and add the plain Text action.
  • Inside this text box you can customize the wording of the text that will auto-send. For example, type "Be home in" inside this box.
  • Once you've typed your custom text, tap the variable in the horizontal scroll listen directly above the keyboard called: "Travel Time".
  • Once more, tap in the search box and type, "Send Message". Tap that action to add the final step.
  • In the Send Message action, tap the "Recipient" box, search for the contact you would like to receive this automated text, and tap their name to add.
  • On this final action, tap the "Show More" menu. If the toggle is ON for "Show When Run", the text will appear as a banner notification when run and users will need to confirm the message being sent. Turning OFF this toggle for the text to send automatically.

Once you've created this Shortcut, you can tap the three-dot menu and add an icon to your home screen for quick access, add it as a widget, or title the Shortcut something memorable like "Going Home" and you can have Siri activate it with that key phrase.

For advanced automation, users can run this Shortcut based on criteria such as connecting to a Bluetooth car device, when leaving work, or at a specific time each day. Tap the "Automation" tab in Shortcuts and create a new "Personal Automation" to find those triggers.

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20 of the Best Siri Shortcuts for iOS Power Users

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Say what you will about Siri, but shortcuts are among the most useful features that have found their way to Apple’s AI assistant over the years. They’re also a rare case where Apple has ceded its typically tight control over its mobile operating system, letting savvy people develop their own shortcuts and share them with fellow iOS users.

It’s a really neat system, and to help you dive deeper into it, here are some of the best Siri shortcuts you can use.

1. Play Favorites

2. fast charge, 3. calendar assistant, 4. cooking aid, 5. intelligent power, 6. directions to next event, 7. travel time to address, 8. destiny 2 assistant, 9. news reader, 10. remind me at work, 11. speed dial, 12. pulled over by police, 13. keep me alive, 14. water eject, 15. do not disturb with timers, 16. receipt/document scanner & storage, 17. dark mode v2, 18. share wi-fi, 19. morning wake-up call, 20. back up your shortcuts.

Play Favorites is very simple, but indispensable for music lovers everywhere. It uses your favorites playlist from Apple Music to shuffle all your greatest tunes right away. Not much more to it than that, but if you just want to kick back with your best beats then that’s all you need.

As an accompaniment, there’s a shortcut to “ Add Current Album to Favorites “, which chucks the entire album you’re listening to into your favorites playlist.

If you quickly need to juice up your iPhone as efficiently as possible, then that’s where Fast Charge comes in. A little bit like battery saver, but for plugged-in phones, this shortcut does several things.

It disables background apps, switches off WiFi and Bluetooth, lowers your screen brightness and sets your phone volume to minimum. Through all these little things it preserves battery and helps your iPhone charge up faster.

Calendar management is something you want to be able to do with minimal interaction – dictating to your phone like a secretary from the 1950s. This shortcut gives you tons of options for interacting with your calendar, letting you book appointments, get your schedule for the day, creating events and showing your friend’s birthdays (among other things).

Siri Shortcuts Power Users Calendar

Calendar Assistant lets you do more than the default calendar interactions with Siri, organizing yourself in batches rather than just through individual commands.

Managing the pantry can be a tedious and complex task – remembering every ingredient for a recipe, preparing for batch cooks, and trying to remember when foods in your fridge will expire.

With Cooking Aid , many of those finer details of culinary organization are sorted for you. It helps you plan meals, shop for groceries, and interacts with your kitchen smart devices to keep you posted on food expiry dates, defrosting times and discovering new recipes.

Of course, you’ll get most out of this if you have a smart fridge and use it every day.

iOS has an existing “Low Power” mode function, which preserves your phone’s battery by disabling features such as mail fetch, background app refresh, and reducing the number of on-screen effects.

Intelligent Power gives you more control over this process by letting you say exactly what percentage of your battery life you want to enable the “Low Power” and “Super Low Power” modes (switching off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile data – preserving your battery in an even more dramatic way).

Power users aren’t afraid to take full advantage of any iOS app. With that said, your Calendar app is probably hectic, with numerous events. This shortcut integrates with your Calendar app, allowing you to get directions to a specific event within seconds.

Siri Shortcuts Travel Time To Address

Activating this Directions to Next Event shortcut brings a pop-up menu of your upcoming events (with set location, of course). Tapping on any event will open your favorite maps app, so you’ll be ready to go in an instant. This Siri shortcut works well on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch and can be a real lifesaver at times.

Thanks to this Siri shortcut, there’s no more copying between Safari and your favorite maps app. Once you install and activate the Travel Time to Address shortcut, you just need to select an address in any app and then activate the shortcut from the Share Sheet.

Make sure to add this shortcut to your Shortcuts app first, then highlight any address on your device and tap on “Share.” This will open the Share Sheet where you can activate the “Travel Time to Address” command.

This one is for the gamers who may not be aware that there are people out there writing Siri shortcuts that can offer crucial information about events in online games. For example, one person wrote a Siri shortcut that tells Destiny 2 players where the mysterious merchant of rare in-game items, Xur, hangs out each week.

All you have to do is say:

Siri, where’s the Agent of the Nine?

Siri will report back to you on the merchant’s whereabouts. This is a nice demonstration of Siri’s potential as a video-game assistant, and if you’ve found or made similar game-related shortcuts, we’d love to hear about them in the comments section below!

Did you know that you can use Shortcuts to create a dedicated RSS feed? Simply use the RSS Reader shortcut in the Shortcuts app, then add whatever news sources you follow from all over the Web.

Siri Shortcuts Rss Reader

You can tweak the RSS reader to take up as much or as little screen space as you want, even having it unravel down your entire screen to show you the latest articles from the sites in your feed. (You can control how many articles are listed.)

One of Apple’s ready-made shortcuts, Remind Me at Work , gets you to enter your work address when you first set it up. After that, any reminder you set that corresponds with the address you entered into this shortcut will automatically trigger as soon as you arrive at that location.

Whether it’s a trigger you want when you arrive at home or at work, sometimes a location-dependent poke is just what you need.

It’s true that your iPhone already has a “speed dial” function. However, power users know that there’s always a better solution around the next corner. That’s why we’d like to introduce you to the Speed Dial shortcut.

Using this shortcut, you can add multiple contacts, which will then show up in a pop-up menu (each time you voice-activate the shortcut). You can see how helpful this can be, especially if you have a few contacts that you call often.

Also, you can avoid setting a number, which will force the shortcut to ask you each time you trigger this action. This way, you’ll get to choose any contact from your Contacts app.

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The name of this shortcut may be a little ominous, but in truth, there are many situations where it may come in handy. You may urgently want to record a video of a situation you find yourself in and send it immediately to a pre-programmed contact.

With Pulled Over by Police , telling Siri “ I’m getting pulled over ” turns on the front camera, starts recording a video, then sends that video to a contact of your choice. You can change the actual command, of course, but there’s something to be said for a shortcut that can quickly capture events in a situation where you feel that evidence will be required.

As its name implies, Keep Me Alive takes power-saving to an extreme level. While iOS has its own built-in low power mode, Keep Me Alive turns off everything it can to help keep your phone running until you can get somewhere to charge it. This Shortcut turns off Wi-Fi, cellular data, Bluetooth, music, and pretty much anything else it can.

Another handy utility-style shortcut, Water Eject plays a certain tone to get water out of your phone’s speakers. The iPhone has been water-resistant for a few generations now, but getting it wet can still cause unexpected problems.

Siri Shortcuts Water Eject

This shortcut gets rid of the water using the same tech as the Apple Watch. That means you’ll hear a low-frequency sound for a couple of seconds, indicating that the shortcut is doing its job. It’s really simple yet very helpful in many situations.

It’s a fairly common problem to turn on “Do Not Disturb” on your iPhone, then forget to turn it off. Yes, iOS lets you schedule Do Not Disturb, but what about one-off situations where you just want your phone to be quiet for an hour?

The Do Not Disturb with Timers shortcut lets you turn on “Do Not Disturb” mode without worrying about remembering to turn it back on.

There are multiple ways to scan receipts using your iPhone . However, nothing beats the Receipt/Document Scanner shortcut, which is incredibly simple to use, yet also hugely powerful. The biggest advantage of this add-on is the ability to automatically sort receipts and auto-upload them to Dropbox or iCloud.

Upon activating this shortcut, you’ll get to pick a category, add more information about the receipt and price, and more. This takes your organization to a whole new level, making the tedious task of organizing receipts somewhat enjoyable.

The original “Dark Mode” shortcut came years ago when using a dark mode on your iOS wasn’t even possible. However, considering iOS now offers that option, the original “Dark Mode” shortcut went through an evolution and now focuses on translating websites into their own “dark mode” visuals.

To use this shortcut, tap Share when visiting just about any website in Safari. Select “Dark Mode Version 2” using the Shortcut icon. After a few moments, the website you’re visiting will receive a visual overhaul – no matter if that functionality is natively available. It’s quite handy, right?

Does someone need to connect to your Wi-Fi, but you aren’t comfortable just sharing your password? That’s where the Share Wi-Fi shortcut comes in handy.

Siri Shortcuts Share Wifi

This shortcut creates a QR code that the other person can scan with their phone in order to connect without ever having to know what your password is. This shortcut is also handy if you just have a really difficult-to-type password.

Morning Wake-Up Call lets Siri shortcuts act as a personal assistant. The shortcut wakes you up and lets you know when you need to leave to make it to work on time. The “Morning Wake-Up Call” shortcut can even read you your horoscope if you’d like it to.

A meta shortcut if there ever was one, Backup Your Shortcuts does exactly what it says. It backs up all your shortcuts to your iCloud Drive. If you rely heavily on a few key shortcuts, something like “Backup Your Shortcuts” will certainly come in handy in numerous situations.

Also read: How to Unlock Your iPhone If You Forgot Your Passcode

Lastly, Don’t Forget to Create Your Own Siri Shortcuts!

While pre-made Siri shortcuts are great, they’ll only take you so far. You’ll get the best results if you try your hand at making your own . It may sound daunting at first, but we promise that your effort will soon pay off!

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Stress-Free Travel With Siri Shortcuts

Traveling? Set up a few Siri shortcuts before you leave. That way, when you’re midpanic wondering whether your flight is delayed or where your bags are, a simple Siri request will bring up the information you need in an instant. If you’re running iOS 12 or later, try all of the following.

“Hey Siri, flight status.”

Once you’ve booked a trip, link App in the Air to your email and other services such as TripIt to automatically pull in flight details and keep them updated in one place. Set up a custom voice shortcut such as “flight status” to bring up the latest info without having to open the app.

If you’re nervous about your luggage fitting in the overhead bins, set up a “Will my bag fit?” shortcut and Siri will go right to the tool in the app that uses your iPhone or iPad’s camera to measure your bag with AR (augmented reality).

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“Hey Siri, find my bag.”

You probably know Tile as a small tracker that helps you find your lost keys or wallet, but it works with larger objects too. If you’re nervous about an airline losing your checked luggage, stash a Tile in a secure suitcase pocket. Then set up a shortcut like “Find my bag” and Siri will display your Tile’s last location without your having to open the Tile app. If your bag doesn’t reach your final destination, enabling the Notify When Found feature in the app allows your Tile to privately ping the Bluetooth-enabled phones and tablets of other nearby Tile users who have the app installed. If the Tile in your bag is able to connect, you can get its location, possibly even before the airline does.

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“Hey Siri, rain report.”

The sarcastic weather robot in Carrot Weather may refer to humans as “meatbags,” but its irreverent humor makes an excellent travel companion. In addition to providing granular weather information, the app lets you set up dozens of custom Siri shortcuts for topics like “Current weather,” “Extended forecast,” and “Rain report.” Do this for as many cities as you need by adding a city name to your shortcut when prompted. For example, “Paris extended forecast.”

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“Hey Siri, cartoon time.”

Looking for kid-friendly content for your flight? PlayKids offers little ones unlimited access to more than 4,000 fun and educational activities, books, shows, and games, all in a safe, ad-free environment. Set up Siri shortcuts before you leave to ensure quick access to all the videos and other features. For example, “Hey Siri, read stories” will automatically open the app to the books section. A phrase like “Hey Siri, cartoon time” will shuffle and play all the videos you’ve saved. In the app’s settings, parents can opt to automatically download everything their child watches or plays at home so it’s accessible even at 35,000 feet.

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“Hey Siri, show parking pass.”

If you’re headed to a city in the U.S. or Canada and will be driving, try ParkWhiz . It lets you book spaces in advance and quickly and securely pay for them with Apple Pay. To get directions to your parking spot, set up a Siri shortcut like “Get me to my car.” For fast access to your parking pass, say “Show parking pass.”

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“Hey Siri, open my door.”

When you arrive at your destination dead-tired and just want to sleep, Marriott Bonvoy can get you to your pillow just a little faster. Check in through the app, get notified when your room is ready, and even unlock your door with your iPhone or Apple Watch. Set up a shortcut such as “Open my door” and Siri will automatically go to the mobile key section of the app.

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How to make a "go home" directions shortcut on iphone.

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If you’ve never used the iphone shortcuts app, here’s the best way to get started, live photo lock screens are the best iphone feature you’re not using, quick links, but first, know that siri can already take you "home", how to make a "go home" directions shortcut.

If you frequently need directions to go to a certain address from your current location---say, from work or the grocery store to your home---it's easy to make a quick shortcut that can always give you directions to a pre-set location in Apple Maps. Here's how.

In some cases, you might not even need to make this shortcut. If you have "Significant Locations" turned on in Location Services, your iPhone will automatically learn your home's location by analyzing your travel history. If you're in the car, you can quickly ask Siri something like "Take me home," and you'll get turn-by-turn directions to your home.

But if you don't have a "home" defined or would like to frequently get directions to another custom destination no matter where you are, you can set up the shortcut below.

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To perform this magic trick, we'll need to use the Shortcuts app, which comes built in to your iPhone by default. If you can't find Shortcuts, navigate to the home screen and swipe downward with one finger toward the middle of the screen . Type "shortcuts" in the search bar, then tap the "Shortcuts" app icon that appears.

In the Shortcuts app, tap "My Shortcuts" at the bottom of the screen, then tap the plus (+) button to add a new shortcut.

When you see the New Shortcut page, tap the ellipsis button (three dots) beside the name. On the screen that pops up, set the shortcut name to whatever you'd like. For our example, we used "Go Home." When you've set the name, tap "Done."

Now you're back on the main shortcut screen. Tap "Add Action."

In the panel that appears, search for "Maps," then tap "Show Directions."

After that, the "Show Directions" action will be added to your shortcut. Next, tap "Destination" in the action bubble to set the destination address.

By editing this action, you can also change the directions from "Driving" to another mode of transportation like "Walking" or "Bus." Also, you can tap "Maps" to change the navigation app to another one on your iPhone, such as Google Maps.

After tapping "Destination," you'll see a new pop-up panel where you can set the destination address. Enter your home address (or wherever you'd like to go), then tap it in the search results list.

And that's all you need to do to set up the shortcut. Very short and simple. If you'd like to add an icon to your home screen that will launch the shortcut, tap the ellipsis button beside the "Go Home" name.

In the panel that appears, tap "Add to Home Screen."

Configure the icon if necessary, then tap "Add." Next, return to your home screen and find the "Go Home" shortcut icon. Tap it.

The shortcut will run, and you'll see directions from your current location to the address you set in the shortcut.

Very handy. You can also launch the shortcut using your voice: Just trigger Siri , and say "Go Home." Use the shortcut as much as you want wherever you go, and it will always guide you home. Safe travels!

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Travel Plans at Your Command with Siri Shortcuts

July 26, 2020

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We know health and safety concerns are at the top of travelers’ minds right now. Touchless technology can help minimize your contact with surfaces as you travel. With TripIt's newly enhanced Travel Plans shortcut , Siri will respond with the most relevant details at any point in your itinerary—whether that's your flight, hotel, road trip pit-stop , or other plans.

Touchless travel just got easier

The TripIt Travel Plans shortcut for Siri automatically adjusts to the part of the trip you’re on, giving you the information you need most, in that moment. Simply say “ Hey Siri, Travel Plans ” to receive an update on what’s next in your itinerary.

The TripIt shortcut for Siri can be used to ask for specific details such as:

  • The status of your next flight*
  • Terminal and gate information for your upcoming flight *
  • The details of your connecting flight*
  • Baggage claim carousel for your flight *
  • Information about your upcoming hotel accommodations

* For TripIt Pro users

So, the next time you’re walking through the airport and want your flight details hands-free, or you’re in the driver’s seat and don’t remember the next stop on your road trip, keep your hands clean and just ask Siri for the most up-to-date information from TripIt.

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12 Google Shortcuts Every Traveler Should Know

Sheila at Geeky Traveller noted the other day that “Google could put out toilet paper and I’d use it.” Because the fact is: Google rules.

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But did you know the plain ol’ Google search box you use every day is good for a whole lot more than you’re likely asking of it? Forget going to ten different sites to get your travel info quickly. Just Google it!

Here are twelve essential Google travel shortcuts you might have missed:

#1: Get Local Weather

Type: “weather [city name or zip/postal code]”

Example: “weather 02818” or “weather london”

Google Shortcut: Weather

#2: Check Flight Status

Google automagically pulls flight data from FlightStats.com. All you have to do is enter the flight number.

Example: “aa123” or “united 959”

Google Shortcut: Flight Status

#3: Currency Converter

Type: “[amount] [first currency] to [second currency]”

Example: “1000 usd to euro”

Google Shortcut: Currency US Dollars to Euros

… or:

“500 yen to pesos”

Google Shortcut: Currency (Yen to Pesos)

#4: Find the Local Time Anywhere

Type: “time [city/state/province/country]”

Example: “time tokyo”

Google Shortcut: Time

#5: Identify People, Foreign Objects, and More

A great tip from Lifehacker :

Google Image search results show you instead of tell you about a word. Don’t know what jicama looks like? Not sure if the person named “Priti” who you’re emailing with is a woman or a man? Spanish rusty and you forgot what “corazon” is? Pop your term into Google Image Search (or type image jicama into the regular search box) to see what your term’s about.

A while back, someone told me of a fruit I’d never heard of called “rambutan”. Plugging the phrase into Google image search revealed that it’s a bright red, quirky looking fruit that’s not likely indigenous to the U.S.:

Google Shortcut: Identify Peope, Foreign Objects, and More

#6: View Airport Conditions

Type: “[airport name/code] airport”

Example: “logan airport”

Google Shortcut: Airport Status and Conditions

#7: Convert Temperatures

Type: “[temperature] [C/F] to [F/C]”

Example: “40 C to F”

Google Shortcut: Temperature

#8: Convert Distances

Type: “[value] [first distance unit] to [second distance unit]”

Example: “400 kilometers to miles”

Google Shortcut: Distance

#9: Convert Driving Speeds

Example: “70 kph to mph”

Google Shortcut: Speed

#10: Find a Phone Number

Find a person:.

Type: “[person’s name], [city or zip/postal code]”

Example: “john smith, london”

Google Shortcut: Personal Phone Number

Find a Business:

Type: “[business name or type], [city or zip/postal code]”

Example: “apple store, manhattan”

Google Shortcut: Business Phone Number

#11: Find Local Food and Restaurants

Type: “[food type], [city or zip code/postal code]”

Example: “pizza, london e1”

Google Shortcut: Food

#12: Track Your Packages

Wondering where that extra pack of socks Mom was supposed to forward you is?

Example: 706479610009807

Google Shortcut: Track Packages

Voilà! No longer must you login to each shipping carrier’s official website.

Bonus: Google Translator

Google’s online language translation service is fast, free and a breeze to use.

For example, asking Google to convert Vagabondish’s “What We’re About” statement:

Vagabondish is an online magazine that discusses offbeat backpacking and travel news, advice, how-to tips and tall tales from around the world.

… to Russian reveals:

Vagabondish Это онлайновый журнал, что обсуждает offbeat backpacking и новости, советы, как на советы и высотных сказки из разных стран мира.

Sure, it’s not perfect but if you’re in a pinch a thousand miles from home, it beats paying $300 for Rosetta Stone software.

What other Google shortcuts or hacks do you use in your travels? Feel free to share them with us in the comments below!

Great list! I was just trying to remember how to use Google to convert currency this afternoon. It’s nice to have this all in one place… I’ll be referring back!

Great idea for a post, Mike! Meredith is right, it is nice to have all of this in one place. Thank you!

Meredith + Stacy : Thanks! Most people probably already know about many of these but I thought it might provide a helpful “cheat sheet” for travelers.

Great post. I use heaps of these already but was pretty impressed with the package tracking idea!!!! Now I’m trying to think of other random numbers that Google might be clever enough to convert into what I’m really looking for. Hmm …

Great info! I can use all the travel tips I can get!

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I consider myself a long time web searcher but some of these are gems! Thanks for the great list.

Haha! Great stuff Mike.

Just don’t make the mistake of these two Googlers on “Google Maps Gone Bad”!

http://cartophilia.com/blog/2008/01/google-maps-gone-bad.html#links

you can use “define:” in front of any word or term and you will find definitions. E.G.: http://www.google.com/search?q=define%3Arainforest

Keep track of your travels with your very own google map: goto maps.google.com and go to the tab “My Maps”.

On google maps, you can get driving directions by typing “city1 to city2”: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=amsterdam+to+paris

On google finance you can find the trends for currency conversions for e.g. USD to EUR (you will also get useful news links explaining why exchange rates changed): http://finance.google.com/finance?q=EURUSD

You can use “location:” in front of your search to localize it

You can find easy flight info by typing “city1 to city2” in normal google: http://www.google.com/search?q=amsterdam+to+new+york

for gmail users: use searches like “label:labelname” or “is:unread”. More tips here: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=7190

There, that should keep you busy for now ;)

Hey, Walter: all great tips. Thanks for sharing!

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Good article. I found a way myself to do a quick translation from google search, type:

translate [word] to [language]

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Some results return are not exactly correct in my area but your tutorial is really useful.

Whenever I travel abroad, Google Translate is my best friend. It came in super handy on a recent visit to Kiev, Ukraine. English speaking folks (in my experience) were few and far between, and being able to learn a few quick phrases on the fly beyond the basics is beyond helpful.

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Accessible:  Usable by all people . Whether a hotel, restaurant, or attraction can by enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities, regardless of physical or other limitations.

Assets: The attractions, hotels and restaurants within a given region . Assets are what that area has to offer guests who visit.

Buyers: Travel Trade professionals who sell to consumers . They are tour operators, receptive operators, travel agents and OTAs (online travel agents). They look for destinations and attractions to package and sell to their customers.

CVB :  Convention and Visitors Bureau.  Primarily the same thing as a DMO or TPA (see below).

DMO: Destination Marketing Organization.  A destination marketing organization is an entity that promotes a town, city, region, or country to increase visitation. It promotes the development and marketing of a destination, focusing on convention sales, tourism marketing, and services. The primary goals of a DMO are to create and implement strategic marketing plans around tourism, to bring local tourism businesses together and to help them work collectively. This transforms a set of attractions, activities and services into a cohesive and compelling travel experience. For example, Break the Ice Media works with several DMOs, including Cayuga County Office of Tourism , Genesee County Office of Tourism and Visit Syracuse .

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FAM : Familiarization Tour . FAMs are marketing initiatives, inviting either media or travel trade professionals to tour a region or destination . Experiencing it helps them write about it or sell it as a product to their customers.  The activities on a FAM are typically shorter than what the actual visitor experiences. They provide a sampling of what is offered.

FIT:  Foreign Independent Traveler .  An international family or small group travelling to the USA. They arrive by airplane and usually rent cars for transportation.

Fly drive:  A v acation package that includes air transportation and a rental car . Many international tourists (FITs) prefer to buy these types of packages to explore a destination.

Front-line staff:   People who interact with and give service to customers, guests and visitors. For example, front desk staff at a hotel or a cashier at an attraction.

Group Leader:   The p erson who accompanies and/or leads the people on a group tour . They work for the Group Tour Operator who sells the tour.

Group Tour Operator: A person who puts together vacation packages for groups .  They sell these packages as products to consumers. They also fit into the category of Buyers.

Tourism generated by visitors from foreign countries

Inbound operators:   Agencies that specialize in providing tour packages to international travelers visiting the United States.  Also known as Receptive Operators. Travel agents from foreign countries will work with an inbound receptive operator to find a travel package that suits their customers. A couple of examples are TourMappers and ATI , who we’ve worked with.

Inbound Tourism:   Tourism generated by visitors from foreign countries .  This does not include domestic travel like visitors from drive markets and in-state visitors.

Itinerary:  The planned route for a trip.  This is what travel trade professionals sell to their customers. It’s a pre-planned experience with where to go, when, and what to expect when you get there.

Motorcoach:   Large passenger bus.  This is the vehicle most often used for people travelling with group travel tours.

Net Rate:   Hotel room inventory sold via a third-party distributor at prices subject to commission. The  Net Rate  is the price for a hotel room without the commission of the third-party distributor. These distributors could be a travel agent, receptive operator or online travel agent. (See also, Rack Rate)

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Partners:  The people who own or manage the assets of a region.  These partners work closely with their region’s DMO and benefit from tourism dollars spent at their establishments.

Rack Rate:   Standard daily rate established for hotel rooms.  This rate is typically public, printed on hotel brochures and listed on websites.

Suppliers: Tourism or Travel professionals who sell to businesses aka Buyers . They sell B2B (that means business to business). They work with tourism companies to promote their attraction or destination.

TPA: Tourism Promotion Agency. This is basically the same thing as a DMO. A government agency that promotes tourism in a specific county or region within a state.

Travel Advisor: Someone who assists consumers in booking trips. Previously called travel agents, travel advisors do more than book travel for people. The term agent switched to advisor to demonstrate how these professionals coordinate trips and help groups, families or individuals plan and book their travel.

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Having a pre-populated packing list is one of the greatest “travel hacks” I’ve ever done.

It takes all the guesswork out of packing. And it saves me quite a bit of time as well. I just follow the list and when I’m done I don’t have to worry if I forgot about anything.

I used to keep my packing list in the Apple Notes app. It was easy to use because you could toggle the to-do state of the whole list by selecting all items and then tapping the “checkbox icon” in order to uncheck them in one fell swoop so you can start over with the list.

But with iOS 12, I thought it’d be nice to set up a Shortcut for this instead.

So I built a very simple Shortcut that will create a new note for me with my packing list ready to go.

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The way the Shortcut works is very simple: It takes a block of pre-written text (my packing list that I wrote) and then passes it into Bear as a new note filled with check-box items.

The reason I prefer to have the list created in Bear is because then, once I’m done packing, I can just delete the note.

One important thing to note when building this shortcut is that you want to write your list text in Bear’s flavor of Markdown so that it will create your packing list as to-do items so you can check them off as you pack them.

That syntax looks like this:

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WP Travel offers you several shortcodes that can be used to display trips and itineraries, filter trips according to price range, date, location, etc., and display available widgets inside posts and pages.

On this page, you will find a comprehensive and advanced collection of various useful and functional trip shortcode elements.

With over 20 beautiful WP Travel shortcodes that you can implement on your post editor, text widget, or even in the template files.

A simple and easy-to-understand WordPress shortcode is listed below.

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1. cart page, 2. checkout page, a.itineraries limit, b.itineraries type=featured, c.itineraries types, d.itineraries type=location, 4. trip filters, 5. currency exchange rates, 6. trip weather forecasts, 7. global faq’s, wp travel shortcodes, 3. itineraries.

Note: The maximum no of itineraries that a plugin can display by default is 20. But you can show more trips bypassing the limit parameter.

You can add the Shortcode either in page/ post. With the addition of the shortcode, you will be able to view the itineraries in page/post, depending on where you have to use the shortcode.

There are two special features that you can manage using Shortcode.

  • Limit the no of the itinerary to display.
  • itinerary_types
  • travel_locations

Using shortcode you can limit the no of the itinerary to display at the front end.

Using this Shortcode you can limit the no. of the itinerary to 1 i.e you will be able to display only one itinerary at the front end.

Note:  The default value of the limit is set to 20.

Basically, there are 3 different types according to which you can display the itinerary.

If you include the featured type in the shortcode all the itinerary that is marked as featured is displayed at the front end.

If you include the itinerary_types in the shortcode, you have had to enter the id or the slug of trip Type. Only then the itinerary associated with that trip type will be displayed at the front end.

  • Using Slug :

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If you include the travel_locations in the shortcode, you have had to enter the id or the slug of Locations. Only then the itinerary associated with that location will be displayed at the front end.

WP_TRAVEL_ITINERARIES type=travel_location

Note:  Not just ID but you can control the display using the Slug attribute.  i.e in place of ID, you can place “slug=” name for  itinerary_types  and  travel_locations. 

If you wish to display a trip type of a certain location then you can do so by adding the shortcode as given below:

If you want to display single trips only using the shortcode then you can do so by using the id of the trips.

For eg: You can paste the below-given shortcode :

This shortcode will display the trip with id “8852” only.

Filter widget shortcode is an amazing feature that is released with version 1.2.1.  You can add the shortcode in a page, posts, or text widget.

The Shortcode that you have to Add is

wp_travel_trip_filters

This shortcode will list all the filters that are available in the plugins.

Further, there are multiple types by which you can display the filter section using the shortcode.

  • Trip Filters: Keyword
  • Trip Filters: Trip Facts
  • Trip Filters: Trip Type
  • Trip Type: Trip locations
  • Trip Type: Price Order By
  • Trip Type: Price Range
  • Trip Type: Trip Dates

A.Trip Filters: Keyword

If you want to filter the trips according to keyword then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="keyword"]

B.Trip Filters: Trip Facts

If you want to filter the trips according to facts then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="fact"]

C.Trip Filters: Trip Type

If you want to filter the trips according to the trip type then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="itinerary_types"]

D.Trip Type: Trip locations

If you want to filter the trips according to the trip locations then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="travel_locations"]

E.Trip Type: Price Order By

If you want to filter the trips according to the Price Order then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="price"]

F.Trip Type: Price Range

If you want to filter the trips according to the Price Range then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="price_range"]

G.Trip Type: Trip Dates

If you want to filter the trips according to the Trip Dates then add the below given Shortcode.

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="trip_dates"]

H.Trip Type: Showing more than two filters using the Shortcode

If you wish to display more than two filters using the shortcode then you add the filter by adding a comma.

Eg: If you wish to display the keyword and trip type filter together then add below given shortcode:

[wp_travel_trip_filters filters="keyword,itinerary_types"]

Inquiry details can be organized more conveniently with the help of shortcodes with the recent release of “WP Travel Version 1.8.0”.

The enquiry form added via shortcodes will appear as :

[wp_travel_trip_enquiry_form]

Shortcode with parameter

Currency code: USD, NPR, AED etc…

Trip Weather forecast: Primary shortcode:

For more details regarding the shortcode, please refer to our official Documentation .

For more details regarding using the shortcodes, please watch given below YouTube video :

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Why travel feels longer on the way home

The vacation is over. You’ve soaked up sun in the Caribbean, and now you must embark on the slog back to reality. On the way there, you were jazzed and distracted (did I pack enough underwear ? Did we turn off the heater ?); the travel day went by in a scramble.

Going home is another story. The same three-hour journey seems to drag on between layovers, traffic and rest stop food . The Biscoff has lost its novelty; the in-flight movies fall flat. As the minutes drip, you start to wonder “How did we ever do this?” and “Why god, why?” You swear to never to leave the house again.

How can one way feel so different than the other?

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When they say “it’s the journey, not the destination,” it’s the trip there we romanticize, not necessarily the trip home.

Yonason Goldson , an author and ethicist, says when we travel to a new place, we’re in a better head space. “There’s the expectation that something more exciting, something more interesting, something new, something fun is waiting for us,” he said. “That makes the trip part of the experience.”

By contrast, the trip home feels anticlimactic, Goldson says.

Neuropsychologist Sanam Hafeez , who practices in New York City, says it’s similar to the experience of your daily commute. On the way to work, you’re starting the day fresh with a lot on your plate. But when you’re exhausted at the end of the day, the sentiment is more, “I just want to get home already,” she said.

Hafeez experiences this after long weekends at her vacation home in the mountains. She’s done the drive enough that there’s no mystery as to how long it takes; just the mounting pile of chores looming in her future.

“That’s been my experience, especially flying coast to coast,” Gary Small, chair of psychiatry at the Hackensack University Medical Center and author of “The Memory Bible.” “You’re really anticipating getting home, seeing the family. You’ve had enough.”

Small likens it to being back in school. Toward the end of the day “we were always looking at that clock and waiting for it to hit 3:15, and those last minutes seem to take forever,” he said. “We wanted to get out and go home and play. The psychological component really colors it.”

Or maybe it’s the oncoming weight of post-vacation blues . The Germans even have a word for it, says travel planner Sandra Weinacht: Post-Urlaubsdepression. Translation: the depression after the vacation. As the saying goes: time flies when you’re having fun. Perhaps time crawls when you’re sad.

When the trip home doesn’t feel longer

In a highly unscientific poll I conducted on Instagram Stories , 126 responders said travel feels longer on the way home, while 41 said it feels longer on the way there. A handful of participants from the latter camp sent messages emphatically defending their experience.

Sometimes the journey back feels shorter because it is shorter thanks to the phenomenon of tailwinds — particularly when flying east — which can speed planes up. This could obviously work in reverse, making the trip there shorter.

But sometimes, it’s just a feeling. Hafeez and Small point to the “ return trip effect ” which argues that the first leg of a trip can feel longer because of our tendency to inaccurately predict how long it will take. We may guess the way there will go by quicker than it does, and end up having a “ violation of expectation ” as a result.

“On the way back, because you’ve already experienced the longer trip, the return can actually feel shorter by comparison,” Hafeez said.

It could also be that by the return trip, you’ve had some practice. The way there may feel mentally strenuous, but once you’ve gotten to know the route, Small says it can feel less challenging.

No novelty, no shortcuts

The return trip effect usually occurs when you’re traveling somewhere for the first time. So if you’re taking your usual summer vacation — the kind of trip you know so well you could get there with your eyes closed — the return can seem to stretch.

Small recommends introducing some novelty into the trip home to take the edge off. “That’s where the time distortion comes in,” he said. “Focusing on the anticipation of getting there rather than focusing on the moment and enjoying it.”

As a brain health and memory expert, Small often recommends people “train but don’t strain your brain.” He says that can be doing puzzles (if you’re not driving, obviously), engaging in conversations or taking different routes to challenge your mind during transit.

“When you don’t know the route and you’re discovering it, you’re kind of in the moment rather than anticipating the future,” Small said.

Hafeez recommends downloading plenty of podcasts or audiobooks , or arranging phone dates with people you’d like to catch up with if you’re going to be in the car a long time.

Or you can tweak how you travel altogether. Susan Sherren, founder of the travel agency Couture Trips , encourages clients to plan trips with a “bell curve” itinerary. Ease into the vacation, crescendo into the exciting, action-packed days, then slow down the pace before it’s over so you’re not left feeling as frazzled.

You can also plan activities to look forward to when you get home to soften a crash landing back into your normal routine. Every time I pad my trip with a buffer day , I am eternally grateful.

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Members of This Private Charter Airline Can Now Earn Elite Delta Status — Here's How

Wheels Up members can receive Diamond Medallion status through reduced spending requirement.

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Flying with private charter airline Wheels Up just got more rewarding, as members have an enhanced shortcut to achieving top-tier elite status with Delta Air Lines. With this limited-time promotion, Wheels Up members can receive Diamond Medallion status through reduced spending requirements:

  • $100,000 spent on a prepaid fund for future Wheels Up or Delta flights, or
  • $125,000 spent on eligible Wheels Up flights

Meeting either of these thresholds grants Delta Medallion status for the remainder of 2024 and all of 2025. Wheels Up account holders with several members can earn a maximum of 4 Diamond Medallion status per calendar year, as outlined by the fine print of the promotion.  If the qualifying spend is met before Aug. 19, members will gain access to one of the most valuable perks of Diamond status: Choice Benefits. These include options like confirmed upgrade certificates, a $2,000 Wheels Up flight credit, and many more. (Diamond Medallion Status earned through spending after Aug. 20 won’t include Choice Benefits but can be unlocked after earning 12,000 Medallion Qualification Dollars with Delta.)  Beyond Choice Benefits, there’s a reason Diamond Medallion is a highly prized airline elite status by many travelers. Delta fliers will enjoy perks like top priority of complimentary upgrades, access to a VIP customer service line, and earning 11x SkyMiles on Delta flights.  "We are introducing the marketplace to a new way of flying private , one that further delivers choice to customers and adds to the value of Wheels Up's premium travel experience by capitalizing on our global aviation network, competitive pricing model, and unique capacity to offer guaranteed availability and recovery to our members in areas where they travel most," said Wheels Up CEO, George Mattson, in a statement .  The partnership between the two companies, which began in 2020, combines the perks of private aviation with Delta’s renowned global network and operational excellence in the commercial airline industry. Case in point: Delta upheld its reputation for timeliness in May with the most on-time arrivals of any major U.S. carrier.  This new promotion is just one example of the many ways Wheels Up fliers get rewarded. Within the Wheels Up program, members will also earn 2% in flight credit for every $50,000 spent on private charters .

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Apple Announces visionOS 2 With Ultra-Wide Mac Virtual Display, Travel Mode on Trains, and More

Apple today announced visionOS 2, the first major update to the Vision Pro's operating system. The first visionOS 2 beta is now available for Apple Developer Program members, and the update will be released to the public later this year.

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visionOS 2 also adds a basic feature that was missing on the Vision Pro at launch: the ability to rearrange apps and place them wherever you want.

Travel Mode gains support for trains on visionOS 2, while the Guest User option can now save a guest's eye and hand data for 30 days.

visionOS 2 includes new APIs and frameworks for developers of Vision Pro apps, such as HealthKit for health data and TabletopKit for tabletop games.

Apple's press release outlined some additional visionOS 2 features, such as AirPlay receiving mode and systemwide Live Captions:

- While in Safari, users can watch videos in an Environment, including on popular sites such as YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon. While scrolling through webpages, users can tap on panoramic photos and immerse themselves as the image wraps around them. Siri can also read and speak the content of a webpage while users multitask. - The Apple TV app brings support for multiview to Apple Vision Pro for the ultimate sports-viewing experience. Later this year, fans will be able to watch up to five simultaneous streams so they can keep track of all their favorite sports and teams. - To help users achieve calm and focus, the Mindfulness app includes a new capability called Follow Your Breathing that presents dynamic visual animations and sounds that respond to the user’s breathing patterns. - Systemwide Live Captions help everyone — including users who are deaf or hard of hearing — follow along with spoken dialogue in live conversations and in audio from apps. - Users can view content on their Vision Pro with AirPlay from their iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Apple also announced that the Vision Pro will be launching in eight additional countries by mid-July, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the UK, China, Japan, and Singapore. The headset first launched in the U.S. in February.

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Very much looking forward to the ultrawide virtual display for Macs.

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