Hi, I always had a little problem getting my head around the concept of workflows. I have been using the Alfred app for a while now. After purchasing the extra pack, I set up the workflow to run simple things like at the end of the week, with a single command- Alfred will trigger all the apps that I specified and need for reviewing my week. Same thing for example for when I want to do an writing assignment. This; however, doesn't seem to be the only thing workflow does, right? I also tried Googling this a few times but I hardly ever find a site that explains "What a workflow is, why humans use it and what does it do". And now that I think about it, you're bound to find one that explains what an Email does but never a workflow hehe. Then the Workflow app came out: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/workflow-powerful-automation/id915249334?mt=8 And it sounds interesting but I still can't imagine how that works on an iOS. Does that mean the iPhone itself will run processes on its own? I'm sorry if my question seems a little bit weird but I always really wanted to know as I feel maybe it's something I can implement to make things easier but I still don't know how it works. I'm curious how you guys use it too (if you do). Thanks.