Text and screenhot by Frank van Exter
One of my best apps for productivity is Workflow. With Workflow you can step-by-step automate your workflows in iOS 8/9.
I’m not a code-guy, but with Workflow even I could manage to build a proper workflow.
Yes, after some learning and looking into the workflows of some smart people.
Federico Viticci – editor-in-chief from Macstories.net – is one of those people. In his guide he targets on readers who are looking for a helping hand with this powerful app.
Workflow is the most powerful app on my iPhone and iPad. I wouldn’t be able to work without it, and, almost two years after its release, I’m still discovering its infinite potential.
Whether it’s sending a message to a group of people or organizing documents, you’ve likely come across a task on your iPhone or iPad that you’d like to speed up. Our iOS devices have evolved into powerful modern computers, but there are still some areas where we can be slowed down by app limitations, or, more simply, by the tedious process of performing the same task over and over.
Read the rest of his article here.
Want some inspiration? Look here.