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Add a shortcut to the Home Screen on iPhone or iPad

  • In My Shortcuts in the Shortcuts app on your iOS or iPadOS device, tap on a shortcut, then tap to open Details.

  • Tap Add to Home Screen.

  • Optional: To use a custom photo for a Home Screen icon, tap the icon (in the Home Screen Name and Icon area), then choose one of the following:

    • Take Photo: Use the camera to take a new photo.

    • Choose Photo: Select an existing photo from your Photos library.

    • Choose File: Select a photo from the Files app.

  • Optional: To change the name that appears on the Home Screen, tap the name (in the Home Screen Name and Icon area), tap , enter a new name, then tap Return.

  • Tap Add.

    The shortcut is added to your Home Screen.

  • Sours: https://support.apple.com/guide/shortcuts/add-a-shortcut-to-the-home-screen-apd735880972/ios
    iPhone User Using a Shortcut from the Home Screen

    There is a myriad of ways to launch a shortcut, including from the shortcuts app, Siri, and widgets. But the fastest way is by using a home screen shortcut. Here’s how to use shortcuts directly from the iPhone and iPad home screen.

    There’s a clear benefit in launching shortcuts directly from the home screen. If you are running iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 or higher, you can run and use shortcuts without actually opening the Shortcuts app. If it’s a headless, interaction-free shortcut, the shortcut will just run on its own and you’ll see a notification.

    If it’s an interactive shortcut, you’ll see a compact UI card at the top of the screen where you can make selections, enter data, and more. The Shortcuts widget also provides the same functionality, but it takes up a lot of space. You can have four shortcut icons in place of a single shortcut widget.

    Running a Shortcut from iPhone Home Screen

    You can add a shortcut to the home screen (with a custom name and icon) from the Shortcuts app.

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    Open the “Shortcuts” app on your iPhone or iPad (You can do it quickly using the Universal Search feature.).

    Open Shortcuts App Using Spotlight on iPhone

    Go to the “My Shortcuts” tab and tap the three-dot menu button of the shortcut that you want to add to your home screen.

    Tap Menu from Shortcut Button

    Tap the three-dot menu button from the top-right corner of the screen.

    Tap Menu from Shortcut Editing

    From the “Details” screen, select the “Add to Home Screen” button.

    Tap Add to Home Screen

    On this page, you can customize the shortcut icon and its name. Tap the icon to change it.

    You can add an icon from the Files app, or you can select a photo from the Photos app.  In this example, we will use the Photos app. Tap the “Choose Photo” option.

    Tap Choose Photo

    Select the photo that you want to use as an icon.

    Select Photo

    You can now zoom in or out of the photo if you want. Then tap the “Choose” button.

    Tap Choose

    You can change the name of the shortcut if you want. Once you’re done, select the “Add” button.

    Edit Name and Tap Add Button

    The shortcut will now be added to the home screen. Tap the shortcut icon on your home screen to run the shortcut.

    If you no longer have a need for the shortcut, simply press and hold the shortcut icon, and choose the “Delete Bookmark” option.

    From the pop-up message, tap the “Delete” button. The shortcut will now be removed from your home screen.

    Tap Delete from Popup

    Third-party shortcuts are the best part of using the Shortcuts app. You can add additional functionality to your iPhone or iPad without doing anything! Here’s how to find and add awesome third-party shortcuts.

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    How to customise your iPhone home screen with Widgetsmith and Shortcuts

    (Pocket-lint) - Apple finally lets iPhone and iPad users customise their home screen, with the release of the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 software updates that arrived in September 2020. The updates introduced the ability to add personalised widgets and even change the look of app icons.

    There are examples of users' home screens all over Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, and other social platforms. Just search “#ios14homescreen” to get a taste of what you can do now. But there are a few caveats you should know.

    For instance, the process of customising your home screen is anything but quick and seamless. You have to rely on third-party apps and even implement a hacky workaround using Siri Shortcuts. Confused? No worries. We guide you step by step, below. 

    How to customise your iPhone home screen

    Step one: Update your iPhone to iOS 14

    • Make sure your iPhone is up to date

    Update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS - which is currently iOS 14.4. Here is Apple's support page on how to do that.


    Step two: Choose a colour palette or theme

    • Find a wallpaper and save it to your camera roll
    • Find a coordinating icon pack and save it to your camera roll

    Figure out your desired home screen aesthetic. Do you like nude colours? Do you want something more retro? Check out some examples below for inspiration.

    As part of this process, you'll want to pick a colour palette or theme, find a wallpaper, and download an icon pack or graphics to replace your apps' existing icon art. We recommend combing through Pinterest, Google images, Etsy, and other resources.

    You can go quite simple with this, with a minimalist-yet-lux background image and glittery app icons to pair with it, or you can get complicated and try to do something time-intensive like replicate the PlayStation 2's memory card screen.

    Step three: Download Widgetsmith and Shortcuts

    You need two apps to help you actually customise your home screen's widgets and apps: Widgetsmith and Shortcuts.

    Widgets add quick-access functionality to your home screen, like weather or the calendar at a glance. You'll need Widgetsmith to create a widget with whatever background colour, photo, and font you want. There are alternatives in the App Store, such as Color Widget, but we've used Widgetsmith and can verify it works.

    As for Shortcuts, it lets you get automate tasks via apps or by asking Siri. You can also use Shortcuts to create custom app icons. It's been around for a long time, but with the release of iOS 14 and the ability to add widgets to the home screen, many people are now pairing the two functionalities to create a unique home screen.

    Step four: Clean your home screen

    • Remove all your old apps from the home screen

    Once you've got all your materials handy, start cleaning your home screen. Hold down on each app to access a pop-up menu that will let you remove it from your home screen (select Remove app > Move to App Library or Delete app). Do this until your screen is clear. Apple's support page offers more help if you need it.

    Step five: Set your new wallpaper

    • Go to Settings > Wallpaper > Choose a New Wallpaper

    Now we can begin the process of actually creating your new home screen. Let's start by setting that new wallpaper you picked out in step two. Go to Settings > Tap Wallpaper > Tap Choose a New Wallpaper. Apple also has a support page here with more details if you need it.


    Step six: Change your app icons

    Open the Shortcuts app and follow these steps for every app you want to add to your home screen with a custom icon:

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    1. In the Shortcuts app, hit the + button to create a new shortcut.
    2. Select Add Action on the next page.
    3. Search for the "Open App" option and then select it.
      • Tap the "i" and then favourite this action for quick access later.
    4. On the New Shortcut page, tap Choose (next to Open).
    5. Search and select an app. (Example: Messenger.)
    6. Tap the three-dot menu in the corner.
    7. On the Details page, give your shortcut a name or wakephrase for Siri to recognise.
    8. Tap Add to Home Screen.
    9. Name your shortcut and then tap the icon thumbnail next to the name you entered.
    10. You can then take or choose a photo to replace the app's existing icon.
      • Select Choose Photo
      • From your Camera Roll, select the app icons or graphics you saved earlier.
      • You will be asked to frame the shot.
    11. Preview your changes and tap Add to add the app to your home screen.
      • It will be added to your home screen as a bookmark, but it works like an app.

    Step seven: Create custom widgets

    Open the Widgetsmith app and follow these steps for every custom widget you want to create:

    1. Pick a small, medium, or large widget to add by hitting the Add button.
      • Widgetsmith might show examples. You can swipe to delete or tap to customise. 
    2. Select the widget you just added.
    3. Tap the Default Widget square below the name to start customising the widget.
      • You will see the option to pick a new style, font, tint, and background color.
    4. Tap the Back button when done sorting through the personalisation options.
    5. Tap the widget's name at the top to rename it.
    6. Hit Save to save your changes.

    Step eight: Add custom widgets to your home screen

    Follow these steps for every custom Widgetsmith widget you want to add to your home screen:

    1. Go to the left of your home screen, to the Widgets page.
    2. Scroll to the bottom and tap Edit.
    3. Tap the "+" button in the corner.
    4. Search for "Widgetsmith" and select it.
    5. Tap the size widget you want to add and then select Add Widget.
    6. While the widget wiggles (if not, hit Edit), hold down and slide it to the home screen.
      • If you made more than one widget, hold down on a widget on your screen and Edit it.
      • Choose which Widgetsmith widget you want.

    Step nine: Arrange your home screen layout

    • Put everything where you want it and voila!

    So, now you should have a bunch of custom widgets and apps on your home screen. Hold down on one of the widgets, then select Edit Home Screen from the pop-up menu, and while each of your apps and widgets wiggle, slide them around or to your dock until you get the layout you want. Easy peasy! 

    Are there any caveats you should know?

    Thankfully, with the most recent version of iOS 14, Apple removed the biggest 'gothca'. Any shortcut icons used to load the Siri Shortcut interface first, before taking to the app. With iOS 14.4 it doesn't do that, so if you're updated you're good on that front. If you see the Siri Shortcut screen first you're probably still running an older version of software.  

    Oh, and because you can't see the names of the custom apps you've placed in the dock at the bottom of your phone, you'll have to memorise what you put there, so we suggest using easily recognisable icons for those particular apps. 

    We should also note Widgetsmith has a $2 monthly subscription fee if you use its premium widgets, like Weather. You also see the "Widgetsmith" name below a widget, even if you pay up. Color Widget is the same, unfortunately. The only other downside to using Widgetsmith and Shortcuts to customise your iPhone home screen? It honestly takes a good couple hours to do. You'd be surprised how time consuming it is, but it's also very fun and creative.

    What are the best Widgetsmith alternatives?

    If you're looking for more apps like Widgetsmith, you're in luck, as there are quite a few. Here are some popular ones:

    Color Widgets

    Color Widgets lets you add custom widgets directly onto your home screen. Choose from premade widget designs, or make your own with the built-in editor. 


    Create your own custom widgets with just a few taps. You can combine different "blocks" into widgets, including calendar events, text and images, and more.

    Widget Wizard

    For $2, you can create single or combination widgets. There are ones for agendas, health, clock, stat bar, and more. All are customisable to match your theme.


    Widgetly lets you create photo widgets, solid background widgets, time display, and step count widgets. You can also create custom app icons for your home screen. Yes, it costs $1, but there are no subscriptions, no hidden costs, and everything is included in the app. 

    Photo Widget: Simple

    Photo Widget lets you make widgets out of images. It supports three sizes, two ratios (1:1 / 2:1), and any number of widgets. You can decorate them, too.

    Need some #ios14homescreen inspiration?

    Check out these amazing - and sometimes awful - examples of custom-made iPhone home screens:

    Want to know more?

    We have these other handy guides with more information about the App Library and Widgets:

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    Apple embraces iOS 14 home screen customization by fixing how app shortcuts work

    Apple is making a change to how app shortcuts work in the next release of the iOS 14 operating system. In iOS 14.3 beta 2, the Shortcuts app will now no longer open when you tap on an app shortcut on your iPhone’s home screen. That means users who have created custom icons for their favorite apps as part of their iOS 14 home screen makeover will no longer be annoyed with this intermediate step where the Shortcuts app opens before the actual app does.

    The change was first spotted by MacStories’ founder Federico Viticci.

    A tweet from Apple Terminal shows the update in action. (You’ll notice a small pop-up still displays when the app opens, but the full launch of the Shortcuts app has been bypassed.)

    Though only a slight tweak, the change will be welcomed by those who have customized their home screen following the release of iOS 14.

    The launch of iOS 14 in September had introduced one of the biggest updates to the iPhone user’s interface in years. Users were finally able to customize their home screen to their liking by offloading less-used apps to their App Library as well as by adding customizable widgets to their home screen. Though widgets were originally designed to allow important information — like your next calendar appointment, to-do’s or today’s weather, for example — to sit directly on the home screen, they soon began to be used for much more.

    Widget makers — like Widgetsmith and Color Widgets, for example — launched tools that let users design their own widgets, by picking the font, the size, the color and more. Users could even choose a particular photo to pin to their home screen using these tools.

    The next step in the customization process relied on a previously available but little used trick: Creating alternative app icons using Apple’s Shortcuts app. This somewhat cumbersome process was detailed and demonstrated by users on TikTok, which helped make the home screen customization craze go viral. Simply put, the process let you assign your own icon to any app using a particular function within Shortcuts.

    This allowed you to create icons that matched your home screen aesthetic, which now consisted of a wallpaper, custom widgets and only the handful of icons that earned home screen (instead of App Library) placement.

    However, one of users’ biggest complaints with their custom icons is that, when tapped, the Shortcuts app would briefly open to run the process that then opens the app in question. It was an annoyance of sorts.

    Apple, it seems, is addressing the Shortcuts issue. In the beta version of iOS 14.3, the app will open directly.

    Now, if only Apple would allow users to hide their widgets’ labels, we’d be all set. Unfortunately, that change doesn’t seem to be in the works.

    Sours: https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/18/apple-embraces-ios-14-home-screen-customization-by-fixing-how-app-shortcuts-work/

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    How To Curate Your iPhone’s Home Screen With The New Widget Tool

    On Sept. 16, Apple released the iPhone's latest operating system, iOS 14. The upgrade has a few features that make life easier, like direct replies in group chats and a new translation app, but one upgrade will make your life harder in the best possible way — the newly customizable Home Screen with widgets, graphic icons that offer a summary of an app at a glance. Using widgets on your iPhone's Home Screen in iOS 14,you can quickly see information from an app without having to open it. For example, you can see the date, or press play on an audio book, or start a workout, without having to scan for the app or wait for it to load. With a little bit of know-how, you can make these new icons extremely cute.

    TikTokers in particular are super jazzed about these new capabilities. Over the weekend, videos with the hashtag #ios14homescreen raked in over 130 million views. These videos show tutorials on how to personalize your iPhone's appearance with different colors, photos, shortcuts, and more. TikTokers (who admit to having spent hours working on their designs) have created beautiful seasonal themes and color schemes that completely change the vibe of their phones. There's plenty of inspiration floating around to help your make your iPhone look like a bullet journal, or Inspector Gadget's iPhone, if that's what you're into.

    With the help of a few different free apps, people are customizing the font, color scheme, layout, and graphics on their Home Screen, which is oddly satisfying to watch. And if you miss staying up all night to customize your LiveJournal, it's surprisingly fun to play with.

    How To Add Widgets To Your Home Screen In iOS 14

    First, you'll need to make sure your phone is using iOS 14, so head to Settings to check for an update if you haven't already. Once you're updated, it's time to play with your Apple's basic widget settings. To add native widgets, long-press on your Home Screen, just as you would when you go to move an app to a folder or delete an app. In the top left-hand corner, you'll see a plus sign. This will lead you to the widgets menu. From there, you can add your music player or the Notes app to the Home Screen. You can then move these widgets around to organize your Home Screen by different blocks. Get familiar with this process before you move on to customizing your screen with fonts, icons or colors.

    How To Add Shortcuts To Your Home Screen In iOS 14

    If you want to customize what an app looks like, you'll need to use the Shortcuts app, which comes preinstalled on your iPhone. Open Shortcuts, and tap the plus sign in the upper right corner. To create a shortcut for an action within an app, like composing a text to your mom or turning on a smart light, select "App" and search for the action you want to create. To create a Shortcut that simply opens an app, select Scripting, then hit "Open App," and select the app you want to open. Hit the ellipsis on the upper right hand corner to name the Shortcut, give it a color and icon, and add it to your Home Screen. You can even use pictures from your photo roll as the icon — so, if your Home Screen theme is "fall," you might use a photo of autumn leaves for that icon. (The super ~aesthetic~ widgets you make in Widgetsmith won't open anything, so keep this in mind when you're deciding how to customize your Home Screen.)

    You can simply save the Shortcut as an icon that looks like an app, and hide the normal app the Shortcut's replacing by moving it to your app library, an option that pops up if you long-press on your Home Screen to edit it, then tap the icon of the app. You can also create a widget from the Shortcut by following the same process for widgets.

    Once all of your snazzy new Shortcuts have been exported to your Home Screen, you can organize them, put them in groups, and arrange them by holding down a tap to the background of the Home Screen.

    How To Use Widgetsmith To Customize Your Home Screen

    The super cute, design-y widgets TikTokers are using come from the app Widgetsmith, though Color Widget and Photo Widget work similarly. Once you download Widgetsmith, you can create small, medium and large widgets to decorate your Home Screen with. For example, you can create a custom calendar widget in your choice of font and color to be displayed on your screen. It won't display any appointments you have on your personal calendar, but it is very chic. You can also add text widgets — so if there's a quote that inspires you, you can see it on your Home Screen — and other fun options. Tab through the different settings to select the font and color choices that feel most you, then save the widgets.

    To bring the widgets to the Home Screen, press and hold the background of your Home Screen to get into edit mode. Tap the plus sign on the upper left hand corner of the screen. Then, scroll down to Widgetsmith and select the size widget you're looking to upload.. You can have small, medium, or large widgets, as many of each as you choose. If you made a small calendar widget, scroll to Small widget, then select the icon.

    Your Small widget will then be added to your Home Screen. You can edit widget placement from the edit mode of your Home Screen, and add new ones at any time. Chances are, once you start customizing, you won't stop.

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