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SuhairZain
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Registered: ‎09-18-2013
My Device: Dev Alpha B
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Notify at a specific time everyday

Hi, I want to add a notification to the hub every day at a specific time, as if as a reminder. Is there a way to do this without using headless apps..??
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ekke
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Re: Notify at a specific time everyday

create a CalenderEvent

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SuhairZain
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Re: Notify at a specific time everyday

Hmm.. lemme try..
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BBSJdev
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Re: Notify at a specific time everyday

Eventually there should be a time based trigger but as well as ekke's suggestion you can also have a long running headless process that does it itself.

 

Depends really how many times a day you need to be notified.


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SuhairZain
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Registered: ‎09-18-2013
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Re: Notify at a specific time everyday

I think I don't need to have that frequently. So, I think I'll go with a CalendarEvent.

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