Not sure if this is the best place to post this, but heck, what can go wrong?
I created a shortcut to basically calculate the time to go home, notify your significant other, turn on the climate control and send the nav home to the car.
Nice! I have a ‘get ready’ shortcut that uses Remote S to unlock & keyless start but nothing that complicated. I hadn’t thought of setting the Nav on the car...
It's cool but it shows your Tesla password in clear text.
@SamGabby, does your shortcuts rely on Remote S or the stock Tesla App?
It doesn’t rely on any app
I have two cars. I can’t get the shortcut to send the commands to one of them.
Help! It always goes to the same
The script doesn't handle multiple-car scenario.
Pretty cool! Can you share how you did that? I had never even heard of Shortcuts before this video, thanks for enlightening me!
The OP has shared the script in his post
@StatsApp Thanks. I had clicked on that but it brought me to a download screen for the Shortcuts app. I figured it out this morning :)
Thanks, Sam. That's really cool. I didn't even know that Apple Scripts existed.
This is great. Thank you!
I can't find your shortcut in the gallery of the shortcut app. Did it get removed? It's called "time to go", correct?
@Dlmatthe, did you figure it out yet?
I got this working and can see the message on my phone but can’t get Siri to dictate it out loud. Any suggestions?
Ok, I thought I was pretty tech savvy but I don't see any link as to how to make the shortcuts app send anything to my Model S. I clicked on the link but as one of the others commenters said, it just goes to the apple website.
@ jeffaajones, open the link on your iphone and you will get it.