Save in Shaarli Shortcut ➝

A couple days ago I wrote about using Shaarli to save links for later and an app with a share sheet extension to streamline the process of saving links. But unfortunately, if you tap the “Post” button too quickly within the sharing extension, nothing actually saves.

I’m not sure why, but you have to wait for the emoji to disappear from the description field before attempting to save the link. That’s less than ideal.

So I put together a quick iOS shortcut to save the links instead. It might not necessarily be faster to use, but it’s much more reliable and loads Shaarli’s main list at the end, so you can confirm that it saved before moving on.

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