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How Do I Create Shortcut To Open a Webpage?

We live in a large retirement community that has a website app and cellphone app from salesforce service. Inside the cellphone app there is tab that when clicked on opens a webpage lets call dining. The user selects options and enters information and presses submit. The information goes to dining admin for use for resident requests. I have created an icon on my homepage to open this dining webpage. Works great. Since this is not a real app I am not sure how to create a shortcut for opening this safari webpage. Any help with this would be appreciated.
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Robert

Comments: 2 Responses to “How Do I Create Shortcut To Open a Webpage?”

    2 months ago

    To create a shortcut to a web page that appears on the Home Screen in iOS, first go to the webpage in Safari. Then tap the actions button. This looks like a box with an arrow pointing up. Then select “Add to Home Screen.” This creates the icon. You can set the name. Then you can then move it around like you would when arranging apps on the Home Screen.

    Robert
    2 months ago

    Got that one. Now how to make the new icon in a Shortcuts on iPhone with a slide right gesture for faster launch. I have all my Home Screen icons in folders in the Dock and use Shortcuts to open most used apps.

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