You can Start and Stop an Opal session using iOS Shortcuts, and Shortcut Automations. You can also set Focus Filters attached to your shortcuts, to choose which App Group will be blocked.
What are Shortcuts?
A shortcut on iPhone, iPad or Mac is a quick way to get one or more tasks done with your apps. The Shortcuts app lets you create your own shortcuts with multiple steps. Read more on Shortcuts User Guide.
What do Opal Shortcuts do?
You can Start and Stop an Opal session using iOS Shortcuts, and Shortcut Automations.
Why use Opal Shortcuts?
Alone, this is an added redundancy to our screen-time blocking that removes apps from the home-screen in the first place. But shortcuts can be extra powerful when paired with “Automations”, for example:
See the article below for some inspiration.
How do I set up Opal Shortcut Automations?
Here are the steps:
Going further: using Focus Filters
There are a few ways you can go further:
With a combination of app restrictions, real time feedback and rewards, you can begin to focus better and accomplish your dreams.