What I want is: More Shortcut Actions for Settings.
Examples are: change Cellular Data SIM, toggle Cellular Plans, reset Cellular Statistics, change my Screen Auto-Lock time, toggle Hey Siri. The list goes on.
I petition the judge to permit @mgguinne’s suggestion as an acceptable answer because implementing it would bring greater integration between iOS and macOS automation systems which benefits iOS and improves all-around productivity.
I would love for shortcuts to gain the ability to create webhooks to be used as triggers.
EDIT: thank you @Martin_Packer for your comment, after binging on the podcast and this amazing forum, as well as better understanding how Pushcut works i now recognise the pointlessness of my initial request; I find that the automation server functionality of Pushcut somewhat helps me to avoid the confirmation problem and I‘m really excited for the implications of Shortcuts and Pushcut coming to the Mac;
Nice idea. It would require a server mechanism. Also, wouldn’t that Sherlock PushCut? If it didn’t require confirmation I can see that as an advantage. But then I’d rather have a more general solution to the confirmation problem.
Conditional Switch Case would be extremely useful. Nested if statements are too hard to keep up with in the Shortcuts UI. Causes far too much unnecessary confusion having to determine which ‘If’ statement the ‘Otherwise’ and ‘End If’ belong to, especially when you have 5 or more nested ifs.