A couple of suggestions for this.
If separate Drafts, indexed by date (perhaps for tracking reasons)
- Create the checklist in Drafts with title
# [[date]] Daily Routine (or similar)
- Mofidy the
New Draft with Template action to replicate the checklist draft created in step 1 only, rather than presenting a menu selection.
- Create a Shortcuts Automation with trigger =
Time of Day, single Shortcut step of
Run Action on Draft, using action created in Step 2.
If having the date in the title isn’t necessary, then the above could be modified to:
- Create checklist in drafts
- Create Shortcut Automation
a. trigger =
time of day
b. get draft created in #1 using UUID or name
c. create new draft using the text from (b)
Or if using the same draft can be used repeatedly, the the Shortcut Automation can call the
TAD Uncheck All action and run it on the template draft.
Alternatively, if Reminders.app is acceptable, then the actions could be created in a separate Reminders list. If that list is hidden in Fantastical, then the actions won’t be seen all day.
FWIW, I also use Reminders.app for this sort of thing. I have a series of habits I want to encourage, some daily and some weekly, all at a specific time of day. I use Reminders because a/ Reminders is one of the few apps allowed to make my phone buzz, and b/ the notifications are persistent (don’t disappear once the phone is opened).
Sorry for the very long reply. Hopefully there’s something useful somewhere in there.