Quickness supports input and output parameters, which can be useful when you want to chain together 'shortcuts' from different apps. Each of the Quickness shortcuts will output a "QuickContact" object that contains the information for the new contact, so you can pass that into another app.
Here are some example integrations, with links to the full shortcut that you can import directly into the Shortcuts app. You would need to first enable importing of shortcuts from 3rd party sources. See instructions below on how to do this.
Integrate with Messages
You can connect the Quickness shortcut to the Messages app, and send the contact you just added your own contact information, all in one action.
Here is a link to the full shortcut that you can add to your library: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/1a220875ae69421e9c0317d1b3f30be1
Integrate with Reminders
You can connect the Quickness shortcut to the Reminders app, and set a reminder with an alert to call or email that contact after a few days.
Here is a link to the full shortcut that you can add to your library: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/2ce237e4d28446b4b4250c9f87cddb7f
Enable Import of Shortcuts
To enable import of our linked shortcuts, you need to:
- first, run a couple of shortcuts in the Shortcuts app
- go to the Settings app -> Shortcuts -> enable "Allow Untrusted Shortcuts"