Matthew Cassinelli is a writer, podcaster, video producer, and Shortcuts creator. After working on the Workflow app before it was acquired by Apple and turned into Shortcuts, Matthew now shares about how to use Shortcuts and how to get things done with Apple technology.
Matthew has been a contributor to iMore for over four years, cohosted two podcasts called Supercomputer and Smart Tech Today in the past, and currently produces livestreams and videos for his YouTube channel.
On his personal website MatthewCassinelli.com, Matthew has shared hundreds & hundreds of shortcuts that anyone can download, plus runs a membership program for more advanced Shortcuts users. He also publishes a weekly newsletter called “What’s New in Shortcuts.”
In his free time, Matthew enjoys spending time in the San Francisco Bay Area with his girlfriend and his cat. He also likes to play Xbox games like Apex Legends and Sea of Thieves.
Have a question about Shortcuts? Contact Matthew at @mattcassinelli.
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