To use these for yourself, you have to download the following three shortcuts from your iOS device. The first two are function-like dependencies of the third one, which is used to add a transaction.
If you’re not into categories, you’d probably have to edit the Add Transaction shortcut and remove the steps where it deals with them. A fair bit of trial and error should probably give you what you want.
Note that, to be able to import shortcuts from outside the app gallery, you have to go to Settings > Shortcuts and enable Allow Untrusted Shortcuts.
While adding these shortcuts, you’d be prompted to enter your firefly URL and Personal Access Token for each of the shortcut. The URL is where you’ve hosted the app, complete with the protocol and without a trailing slash (like
https://demo.firefly-iii.org). You can generate the token from Firefly by going to Options > Profile > scroll down to Personal Access Tokens and click on Create New Token.
After spending 3 hours creating these 150-step shortcuts on a very tiny screen, I was wondering if it’d have been easier to create a basic iPhone app itself. Not really, I don’t know Swift yet.
- Sid Verma | Home | needs a job