You could use @UIApplicationDelegateAdaptor to get the delegate function from UIKit.

“Action Pressed!” will be printed when the user presses your quick action. Check this out for more info on @UIApplicationDelegateAdaptor.

However, I’m not entirely sure how to tell ContentView() that the user pressed a quick action. I was thinking about using @EnvironmentObject, but I couldn’t modify its value from AppDelegate. I’ll ask a question on the Developer Forums and keep you posted.

Edit: Someone on the Dev Forums suggested @Published properties, like this:

ContentView will now know that you pressed a quick action.

But it still won’t work if “it needs to go to the scene delegate.” I’ll let you know if I find something.

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