Humans are creatures of habbit. We habitually visit the same locations and routinely do specific activities at each. Would it not be great if Tasker helped us with these activities? Continue reading to learn how to setup what I call Common Geolocation Notification Profiles. Then enjoy the assistance for those routine activities for your common […]
Checklists have always been an effective way to get things done. While there are a few To-Do list apps with Tasker integration, I wanted a simple checklist manager to manage all my to-dos; and of course with Tasker integration. Continue reading if you want your own Tasker-first checklist manager.
It’s finally here in the US; football season. This also means fantasy football. While I love using the ESPN app, they have not yet provided instant player score update notifications. Because of this I decided to take matters into my own hands using Tasker. Continue reading in order to have your own ESPN Fantasy Football Instant Player Score Update Notifications.
Automate Tasker Beta Updates with my Tasker Beta Update Checker Project and never have to check for a new Tasker Beta.
There aren’t many complaints about Tasker, although creating a UI is one. AutoTools Web Screens with Material Design Lite is the perfect solution to this. If you want a custom UI with AutoApps integration and Material Design, continue reading to build your first Material Design AutoTools Web Screen.
Have a long Tasker task you want to make prettier and more user friendly? Read about, download, customize, and then integrate your own custom running checklist progress dialogs into your long Tasker Tasks.
Water is the essence of life. Without water we cease to exist. In today’s go-go-go world it can be difficult to stay hydrated. With a little help from Tasker and a few extensions, I created a Daily Water Consumption Tracker Project. It assists in drinking water throughout the day with reminders while being it is easy to use. Continue below if you want know how I constructed the project. Enjoy!
Create your own Daily Water Consumption Tracker using the Project herein
Creating a Tasker child task is always helpful. Even more so in larger projects. While child tasks allow for smaller overall code, they also allow for easier maintenance. And because of this, parent tasks become easier to read and understand. Follow the steps below to create a Material Design Color Values child task. Then continue to create the associated parent task.
In the past, I’ve spent way too much time researching the precise Material Design color hex values. Consequently, my Tasker tasks took longer than normal to complete. I would locate the value, and copy-paste it into Tasker. This process was too daunting to repeat over and over. I knew something had to change if I was to continue using the specified colors. In conclusion, I developed a 2-fold solution. First I would obtain and store the data. The second was to be able to call on the data every time I needed it. My solution resulted in creating a child task called “Get Material Design Color Hex Values JSON”. I use it just as much as I use my “Get Geofence” child task.