I am completely lost and not sure how to get started... Beginners guide?
- Anniversary SMS
(This automatically sends a text message to my girlfriend on our
I've got a generalised wifi-on, that automatically adds cell-id's while wifi is connected, so "learns" where hotspots are over time.
A set that send a text to my wife when I'm on the train home, telling her when and where to pick me up from, since it varies each day.
A notification each morning, which when clicked says my appointments for that day from google calendar.
A profile turns off mobile connection underground, and provides a notification that can be clicked to turn it back on.
Adam Lopresto <adamlo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>A whole set of reminder tasks tied to other profiles, so that I can
>(from a task shortcut) set a message to be spoken to me the next time
>I arrive at work, get near home (just in time to remind me that I need
>to go by the grocery store first), leave driving mode (don't forget
>the ice cream in the trunk!), etc. Basically, a way to set reminders
>for myself that go off exactly when I need to be reminded.
I've got a couple that compare dates and times, returning the difference (in days and minutes respectively) between them.
One that adjusts the media volume a given amount gradually over time to create a nice fade in/out effect.
The most useful currently takes some text to be spoken. If a global variable is set appropriately it will say the text (over call stream or alarm depending on headphone plugged or not) after lowering the media volume with the previous task and then re-raise the volume.
If the second parameter is set, it gets voice, using %par2 as the timeout, and passes anything understood back to the calling task.
This allows me to make my tasks quite "chatty", and easily receive spoken replies if necessary.
Who needs Siri? :p
had a tasker hook!)
Dropsync also does, and its 'true' sync rather than dropspace's
"one-and-a-half way" sync.
My torch comes on if I shake my phone. Saves the hassle of entering