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Socoder -> Site & Server -> Quick Upload URL

Posted : Thursday, 19 September 2019, 14:22
Jayenkai

Quick Upload URL


Since I updated to iOS 13 today, I've been playing around with Shortcuts..
My god, are those things powerful!!

Anyway, I realised that something I added a long time ago for Tweetbot, might be workable with Shortcuts, too.
A few taps later, and it worked a charm.


Step One : Copy this URL


Step Two : Create this script

Placing your Quick Upload URL into the "Get Contents Of" URL.

Make sure you've set it to [POST].
Add two "Request Body : Form" type objects.
One is "source", and should say iOS or something similar.
The second is "media", and should refer to the chosen Photo

The resulting returned value will (should!) be <mediaurl> ://link </mediaurl>, but if you Copy to Clipboard, it seems to paste without the mediaurl tags.

Feel free to maybe change it to open in Safari, or Autopost to Facebook, or whatever you wish.

Note : This only works for jpg/png/gif images, and only works with one image.

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