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Help yourself to avoid these pitfalls

GETTING UP TO full speed with the Shortcuts app takes time, and you’ll inevitably make a few mistakes along the way. Having to troubleshoot your efforts doesn’t mean you’ve failed — with years of experience, even professional programmers do this.

Take a step back to reassess whether the steps you identified for solving your problem are complete and in

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