You can create shortcuts for frequently-entered fuel, expense, and trip entries. Shortcuts are fully customizable and are available from the iPhone Home Screen on 3D-Touch equipped devices.
Road Trip will create three initial shortcuts: Add Fuel, Add Expense, and Add Trip. You can delete or customize these shortcuts, as well as create your own shortcuts.
The Shortcuts List is available by tapping the menu button in top-left corner of the screen. The Shortcuts List can also be displayed by swiping left-to-right from the left edge of the screen.
Swipe left and right to switch between the Vehicles List and the Shortcuts List.
To create a new shortcut, tap the "New Shortcut" button at the bottom of the screen. To edit, rearrange, or delete a shortcut, tap the "Edit" button in the top-right corner of the screen.
The Shortcut Editor provides the following fields:
On iPhones equipped with 3D-Touch, the top four shortcuts will be available from the home screen using 3D-Touch Quick Actions. Tap the "Edit" button to rearrange your shortcuts.
In iOS 12, Road Trip's shortcuts are also available as Siri Shortcuts. This allows you to assign a Siri voice command to a Road Trip shortcut. You can also use the iOS Shortcuts to add Road Trip commands to the iOS Notification Center.
To assign a voice command to a Road Trip shortcut:
Siri will also recommend Road Trip commands that you use most frequently.
You can use the iOS Shortcuts app to add Road Trip commands to the iOS Notification Center.
To create a Road Trip command in the iOS Shortcuts app:
Shortcuts are automatically synced between devices when Dropbox Sync is enabled. Shortcut Syncing can be disabled on the Dropbox Settings page.
Shortcuts are also included in Dropbox Backups, using the file name "Shortcuts.rtdata". To manually restore Shortcuts, select "Browse Dropbox" from the Dropbox Settings page.