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DEMO: Habit Tracking with Apple Shortcuts

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OVERVIEW

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Use Case

I have an Apple Shortcut to log my habits. I want to send this data to Coda as well.
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Highlights

This demo uses the Streaks pack, which gives you the number of days completed between two dates.
You can send a JSON payload with the shortcut. In this case, we’re triggering the webhook with empty data.
Don’t forget to turn on the automation. It’s turned off by default.

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THE DEMO!

My Habit
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Date
Completed
Streak
4/5/2024
1
4/6/2024
2
4/7/2024
3
4/8/2024
4
4/9/2024
5
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Setting Up The Shortcut

Copy this doc.
Open Shortcuts on your Mac or iPhone
Click the “+” button at the top ​
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Search for and select “URL” ​
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Search for and select “Get Contents of URL” ​
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Create a new webhook automation in your copy of this Coda doc (). ​
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Click Test Rule to verify that it works.
Turn on the automation at the top of the automation section.
Double-click the URL block at the top and paste the webhook URL. ​
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On the Get Contents of URL block, click Show more.
Choose POST as the method. Add the Authorization header. ​
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Click the playbutton to test.
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