Workflow (website) is my favorite app ever created - period. This app has done more to enable me to automate more tasks on my iPad and iPhone than all of the other automation apps combined. If Workflow were a person I am afraid it would have a restraining order against me.
What makes Workflow so powerful is that makes it possible for you to link together many different, little system and app actions that can run independently after you tap the Workflow to start it. One of the other great features of Workflow is that I do not have to create Workflows to use them. You can find pre-made workflows from other users in four locations:
- The Workflow sub-Reddit - this functions as Workflow's support site. They have crowdsourced app support which makes getting help with workflows fast and easy.
- Workflow Gallery - this was the first unofficial workflow gallery launched by a workflow user and enthusiast.
- Workflow-vcs - a great resource to find workflows made by the Workflow community.
- The Workflow (in app) Gallery - these Workflows were created by the Workflow team and Workflow users. These Workflows can be found in the Workflow app.
I love that I can find Workflows made by other Workflow users and modify them to meet my needs. This is how I learned to make many of the workflows I count on everyday to help me get my work done more quickly and efficiently so that I can focus on my teaching, not my tasks.