Here are some examples of Shortcuts you can build with Zavala. You can customize them to your particular needs and use them as a learning resource.
This Shortcut will scan all the Outlines in Zavala for the word “Paris” and replace it with “London”. You can customize it to limit it to only the Outlines you want to change and modify the search and replace commands.
This one searches all the Outlines for any that contain the word “Blog” and then tags found Outlines with the “Blog” tag.
This is a demo of how to create an Outline and populate it with Rows.
We get input, typically from another Shortcut, and append it to an Outline called “Personal Tasks”.
This Shortcut only works on iOS because some Safari features are currently missing on macOS.
We add an item to the Share Sheet on iOS that is the name of this Shortcut. If an application shares a URL, we will take it and look up the page Title of the URL. This is passed to the “Append to Personal Tasks” Shortcut that will add it to an Outline called “Personal Tasks”.
This is very handy if you have an Outline of TODO’s that you want to add things to read later.
This Shortcut assumes that you have an outline named “TODO”, with completed rows, and one row with the topic “Done” at the top level.
You can use this shortcut to create a Zavala archive. This is a zip file with OPML exports and any associated images from the selected Account. You can use this archive to backup your Account or use it to migrate to another outline application.
To restore the archive to an account, you will want to delete all the outlines in that account and then use the Restore Account Shortcut load the archive.
You can use this Shortcut to restore a Zavala archive to an Account. You will probably want to delete all the Outlines in the Account prior to executing this Shortcut or you will end up with duplicates.