I've been messing with tasker for a few weeks and am wondering if the following is possible:
I am a soccer referee. When working games I am completely unreachable for long periods of time. I'd like to create a profile that would use my calendar to activate the profile when my game begins and throughout the duration of the event, auto respond to SMS with something like "I am reffing at <event location> until <end time of event>. I will get back to you then."
I'm not sure how much of that is actually possible. I don't have any clue what the variables required would be.
From there you can set up auto-replies to SMS.
The problem is that the location and end time changes every time. There's about 50 possible locations I could work at so I need the variable for this. I would also need the variable for the end time of the event since it changes as well. I have been unable to figure out what the variable is or how to create a variable that would give the SMS that information.
You wouldn't need to worry about the end time as that would be handled by your calendar entry automatically. As for several locations, it would still be easier to add locations in your calendar and setup a specific script for each location.
You can edit the script on your computer and copy/paste profiles for each location. The reason I say it's easier than using variables is because you would still need to set up a variable for every single location--using location instead of variables just simplifies it.
Can anyone tell me why this isn't firing daily between the times I have selected? I thought I followed the walkthrough step for step - without the widget portion from the wiki.
Attached profile - rename without the .txt
this is the time portion of it.
<class cl="Profile" sr="prof21">
<class cl="TimeContext" sr="con0">
I've just signed up in this forum and read through this huge 92p thread...
Now I have a question about how to disable the Profile set: "Low Battery Usage Wifi Enableing Profile Using Wifi Near".
I have a PowerSave Task that's enabled when the Battery level falls below 20%. Sometimes I activate the PowerSave task manually by a widget just to save the battery.
The problem is that I can't seem to disable Wifi with this "Low Battery..." profile enabled.