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just a reminder that if anyone wants to disable "is typing" notifications, it can be done with AutoNotification. just add a rule for Snapchat notifications that have notification text containing typing.
You can block it using AutoNotification (no root required).
Select "notification blocking" and search for "com.qualcomm.qtil.aptxui" and just hit okay without entering a filter.
you can use Autonotification to get rid of it! go to Notification blocking, choose Snapchat and add "typing" as filter text.
AutoNotification (a paid Tasker plugin) has standalone functionality that would block the notifications. It supports regular expressions, making it able to block based on text (case sensitive or not) and text position. The messages would still be there, but at least you wouldn't be pestered by the notifications.
I must say that one that soothes my ears almost daily is having Tasker reduce media volume during Pandora advertisements and brings it back up when the music starts again. The Tasker subreddit community here helped me with that one immensely. Requires AutoNotification.
This can block any notification that contains any word from any app, useful for permanent notifications that cannot be disabled.
Autonotification with tasker is what you're looking for.
Assuming you wanted to ask if you can hide it, I don't think there's any native way; the deprioritization that you've already done is the most you can do.
I haven't tried it, but I believe you can use AutoNotification in conjunction with Tasker to intercept the notification.
You can do this using the Auto Notification app. You can disable pretty much any notification using keyword based filtering. Using it right now for the same purpose.
Also, you can use the free part of AutoNotification to permanently hide persistent notifications. Stuff like notices that Facebook chat heads are displaying over other apps, or that apps are running in the background. Whatever, really.
Or, as others have said, changing the priority will hide non-system notifications and doesn't require a special app. Just slide the offender to the side (long-press works too) > gear icon > more settings.
As you have the GS7 - does it generate a notification up in the notification tray that says "Fast Charging" or something to that effect?
If so - you can use that with <strong>AutoNotification</strong> (or perhaps even Tasker's newest notification profiles/actions) to easily discern between when the device is fast charging vs. regular charging :)
Not that I know off sorry, but for what it's worth the AutoNotification plugin is really worth it, you can do other things with it such as
Edit: also if you haven't seen it already check out my Frequently Used Apps project ;)
Edit: by custom icons do you mean the status bar icon?
there is a setting in autonotification to disable persistent notifications in it. it's pretty straightforward after you download it.
That's right, that's the tasker-only way. As an option, you can use the AutoNotification or Notification Listener plugin, too.
Well the easiest thing would be to use AutoNotification.
Action 1: Create the notification
Action 2: Wait "certain time"
Action 3: AutoNotification Query to check if the notification still exists.
Action 4: Perform action IF notification still exists.
If it generates a notification that contains the person's name or email address in the notification itself - then yes.
Two different ways:
1. Tasker's Notification Event Profile - this is in the newest version of Tasker under Event > UI > Notification and you can pre-specify the fields in the Profile, or, look inside the %evtprm() array in the Task to look at the sender's name/email, and play a certain sound.
Event > UI > Notification
2. You can use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with it's "Intercept" Profile, configure it to detect only the email notifications you want, then in the linked Task play the corresponding sound.
Here's one that only allows notifications from Whatsapp (can be changed) once every 5 minutes.
I made this in response to a random guy's question and haven't really used it or tested it, so there may be a minor bug or two.
install AutoNotification, set up a rule in "notification blocking" section to block notifications from Snapchat with notification text containing typing.
Sure. Firstly for both those apps you go into their settings and turn off their option for audio sound for their notifications.
Then Tasker would just take over the sound duties. So you'd create a Profile that detects the notification from either of those apps (using either Taskers built-in Event > Notify Profile, or, the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with its "Intercept" Event, specifying just those apps) - then link it to a Task that plays the random sound file:
Event > Notify
A1. List Files: /path/to/your/mp3s/
To Variable: %files
A2. Variable Set: %max To: %files(#)
A3. Variable Randomize: %random Min: 1 Max: %max
A4. Music Play: %files(%random)
And that should do it!
<strong>AutoNotification</strong> is what you're looking to use. AutoInput is more for clicks on the UI anywhere but up in the notification bar.
So you would have an Event Profile for "Notification Intercept", configure it to look for whatever text is in your Wifi notification. When the Profile triggers it will link to a Task you create that basically just has a single Action:
A1. AutoNotificaiton > Action > ID: %antouchaction
And that variable is automatically passed to the Task from the Profile, and it represents an 'alias' for clicking on the body of the notification. And that will do it!
It seems like the best option for you would be to use the push notification option (unless it never sends more then 30 each month).
What you can do is use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to intercept the the push notification when it arrives to trigger your task:
Event => Plugin => AutoNotification => Intercept => App filter => MarineTraffic ship positions
If that is the only notifications you recieve from that app, otherwise it can be set to trigger on a specicif title/text etc.
It might be worth using the AutoNotification plugin for notifications.
With AutoNotification you can assign an ID to the notification when generated, store it in a global variable and then later use that ID to cancel the notification.
This has always worked consistently for me.
The only way I've made that work is with the plugin AutoNotification
Autonotification gets a lot of data from the notifications it intercepts and you can react to it with Tasker.
Take a look at Autonotification, that will do what you want and the feature you need is free and stand alone. You will know its good as it is made by the Dev behind Tasker.
Just download "AutoNotification" from Google Play. It lets you block pretty much any notification....
you can use AutoNotification and make it automatically dismiss typing notifications. just set it up to block notifications from Snapchat that containt text "typing" (no quotes).
also pinging /u/NEZBITE so that they can get rid of those too.
If you have Android Oreo or newer, you can use the AutoNotification app to get rid of the persistent notification. Just set up a filter for the Dexcom app with a title of "Dexcom CGM is running".
Here's a link:
The simplest way is with the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong>. You can use it in an Event Profile when a new notification arrives, or, use its "Query" action in a Task to get data from an already existing notification.
The plugin returns a lot of variables. Two of them contain the title and text which are %ntitle and %ntext which you can then assign to permanent Global Variables.
A1. AutoNotification Query > Gmail
A2. Variable Set: %GmailTitle Value: %ntitle
Notification blocking is a standalone feature, and it even includes a wizard to help you figure out which notification to block. Also, the dev is as legit as it gets.
Lots of you have Tasker already, so I would say AutoNotification is worth a look.
I have an S8+, which has that Bixby button. Using BxAction (well worth the money too), I can remap single click, long click, double click, and double click and hold. The beauty of it is, with Tasker, I can make those 4 actions contextual.
Using Auto Notification, when I press the Bixby button, it'll click on what ever notification I have and take action on it. Doesn't matter if I get a notification from SMS, Telegram, or what ever, I do a single click on the Bixby button, it'll takes me into the app that the notification comes from.
I use this app to remove the 'running in the background' notification.
Under Notification Blocking, pick the Android System app, and configure it like this:
At least for me, the app needs to be started manually on reboot. You can clear it from recent apps after though.
You can't have more than one filter for an app, unless you use regex.
Do your text message notifications have a button for "Mark As Read"?
If so the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> can click the button automatically, thereby marking it read ;)
Quite easy to do. The action is under category Tasker > Profile Status and in it you can simply specify the Profile's name, and whether to set it to on/off or just toggle its state.
Tasker > Profile Status
Then just place a Tasker shortcut on your homescreen to that Task. And that'll do it!
If you want to create a custom Quick Tile the plugin AutoNotification can help you with that. Although Tasker does have some newer actions for dealing with Tiles (I think it can create 3 of them) there isn't much documentation on it yet. AutoNotification can create and manage 40 tiles lol.
Yes can be done, and is actually a neat idea! Would likely need <strong>AutoNotification</strong> and <strong>AutoLaunch</strong> and Task would look something like this:
A1. If %NotifyApps !Set
A2. AutoNotification Query
A3. Variable Set: %NotifyApps To: %anpackage()
A4. End If
A5. Variable Set: %package_list To: %NotifyApps
A6. Variable Split: %package_list Splitter: ,
A7. Array Pop: %package_list
To Var: %package
A8. AutoLaunch > Package: %package
A9. If %package_list(#) = 0
A10. Variable Clear: %NotifyApps
A12. Variable Set: %NotifyApps To: %package_list()
A12. End If
Then you'd put a shortcut/widget to this Task on your homescreen, and each time you press the button it would cycle through the apps that have notifications. Using a widget would allow you to change the button icon based on whether the sequence is starting or going onto the next app.
What do the notifications look like that are created by the widget? Are they up in the notification bar/tray? Or are they some kind of toast/popup?
Also, are you using just Tasker, or also the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong>?
Yes. The latest version of <strong>AutoNotification</strong> has the ability to Block Notifications for specific apps or based on specific criteria.
So your Profile would simply be:
App > Waze/Google Maps
A1. AutoNotification > Block
Apps: Gmail + WhatsApp
A1. AutoNotification > Block
Apps: Gmail + WhatsApp
To disable/hide a notification using Tasker - the latest version of <strong>AutoNotification</strong> (2.5.24) has the ability to enable/disable/toggle notifications from any app.
However, unlike when you do it from your device's system settings - AutoNotification can still detect/intercept data coming from the app when it attempts to send a notification, so you can basically 'replace' an app's notifications with your own.
It is through that method that you can configure the solution to your #2 question. Or, if you want to get more specific about which notifications you want to target (based on the Title/Text/etc) you can use AutoNotification to first cancel the notification (rather than blocking it altogether) and then have it issue a new notification that you create.
In that case the initial notification from the app will still show, for as long as you designate using Tasker. And the new 'replacement' that you create can then have the on-press capabilities of whatever you want.
The one thing that Tasker can't do is to modify anything inside another app's original notification (such as changing the text, on-press action, etc) because Android doesn't allow one app to modify another app's notifications.
Therefore - the "block & replace" method, or the "cancel & replace" method are going to be your two main choices.
Not directly, as the application that creates the notification owns it so to speak.
The way to do this would be to "Intercept" the notification using the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> and then have AN re-issue the notification with the same information (or whatever information you wish) and have it be persistent.
HOWEVER - if the notification contains a lot of interactive elements (rather than just data/text), it may be harder to re-create.
The plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> is what you're looking for. It can read/intercept/retrieve every piece of info of just about any notification, and likewise create tons of its own custom notifications.
I personally use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> for these kind of things, but it's probably possible do achieve using Notification Listener as well.
If you want to use AN then something like this should work:
Event > Plugin > AutoNotification > Intercept > Title: Saving Screenshot
A1. Plugin > AutoNotification > Cancel > ID > %anid
You'll need <strong>AutoNotification</strong> for that. It has the ability to intercept notifications based on a bunch of things. It can also create custom made notification so it's definitely worth a look :-}
Do you mean while Navigation is active? If there is a notification in the status bar that has that information it can be retrieved with the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong>, then Tasker can just send that info a text message.
Use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with its Intercept Profile, and the name of the app that generated the notification will be available in the linked Task inside the variable %anapp.
If the GCM push creates a notification, this could easily be done with AutoNotification or Notification Listener. Depending on what kind of info is present in that notification, either of these plug-ins should also be able to react only to specific senders, like you requested.
Should be pretty simple to setup:
Event > Notification (select your app if desired)
State > Headphones Plugged
State > Display > Screen off
LINK TO TASK:
A1. <Is Music Playing Task - Action 1>
A2. <Is music playing Task Action 2>
A3. Stop If [%playing ~ false]
A4. Say: %NTITLE
And for those first two Actions in the Task, take/copy them from This Task's XML which basically is just two Actions to see if music/media is playing, and it then returns true or false in the variable %playing.
That should do it!
Note: For enhanced features, like selecting more than one specific app to trigger the Profile, or to read more than just the notification's title - you'll likely need to use the plugin AutoNotification in your Profile, rather than Tasker's built-in Notification trigger.
The "Notify Cancel" task that's part of Tasker will only remove notifications that were created by Tasker.
To do this, you'll need the AutoNotify plugin. I believe you will need to intercept the notification, then kill it. I'm on lollipop, but once my phone finishes charging I'll try this out.
I think you can do this with only Tasker, but I think you can get a better result if you use AutoNotification as well.
No it's not possible, long pressing on a quick settings tile would lead you directly to the app that created the tile. However you can trigger an action on double tap checkout the AutoNotification plugin.
>Also, Tasker may be able to clear them.
The AutoNotification plugin can actually be used as a standalone app without tasker.
>1. There is seemngly only possible to add 3 tasker tiles to the qs panel - any way to add more?
You can add upto 40 additional tiles using the AutoNotification plugin.
>2. Any way to add a vibration when a tasker-qs tile is pressed?
You can use the Vibrate action as the first action within a task.
AutoNotification on its own would be enough, but you can set something up that's much better in conjuction with Tasker. However, the best solution for OP is to search his phone for a scheduled DND feature.
There are different ways of doing it.
If you are root you can use the following shell command : dumpsys audio | grep -E source:android | tail -1
dumpsys audio | grep -E source:android | tail -1
If you aren't AutoNotification plugin will help.
Here you go it only requires AutoNotification. I never posted it because I'm not quite sure if I'm done with it or what I want it's purpose to be.
Yes it's possible but it may or may not work depending on the media app you're using.
You can accomplish this by using the tasker plugin AutoNotification "media" action to query the current elapsed time of the track.
Edit: It seems the results will be outputted in milliseconds instead of seconds this can easily be converted into minutes and seconds instead using some basic maths.
Edit 2: Since I had nothing else better to do I created this task which gets the playback position of the currently playing track and displays it in minutes and seconds
Music Elapsed Time (278)
A1: AutoNotification Media [
Type: First Available
A2: AutoTools Time [
Configuration:Convert Time Span: %anplayback_position
A3: Flash [
Time elapsed: %attimespanminutes:%attimespanseconds
AutoNotification can take care of these notifications.
You have to disable battery optimizations and enable startup settings for the app from within the Settings app > Manage apps > AutoNotification so it can start automatically.
Then just set up Notification blocking so it blocks this notification.
I have not used the feature myself, but AutoNotification has the ability to intercept and delay notifications for specific apps, such that only the last notification after the delay is reported. You may have to pay for full version. Hopefully this sends you in the right direction.
You don't necessarily need Tasker to do this although it might come in handy someday. Anyways you can try the Tasker plugin Autonotification as a standalone app to block notifications.
Open Tasker, and under the Profiles tab, hit the Plus button in the bottom right. Hit Event > Display > Display Unlocked. Just leave the Priority as is, and hit the back arrow at the top left.
Afterwards, there will be a popup to link a Task to this Profile. Scroll up if needed and tap "New Task +". Name it whatever you like. Hit the plus button on the bottom right to add a new action. Hit Plugin > AutoNotification > Cancel. Hit the pencil icon at the top right to edit it. Then just check the "Cancel All" checkbox and hit the checkmark icon at the top. Hit the back arrow at the top left two times to take you back to the main screen.
...and, that's it! Now whenever you unlock your phone, it'll automatically clear all of your notifications.
Couple of things to note: This does require the AutoNotification extension app in addition to Tasker. In case you haven't bought it, it has a free 7 day trial, after which you have to buy the full version. I'm not aware of a way to do this task with just the base version of Tasker.
Also, this only cancels notifications that aren't persistent (meaning it only removes notifications you can swipe away). You have to check the box below "Cancel All" when setting up the AutoNotification Task as well if you want it to cancel everything, including persistent notifications.
It will also not trigger properly if you for whatever reason turn your phone screen back on and it hasn't locked yet. I can probably help set something else up to fix this if you want me to, but I'm not going to spend time explaining it right now if that doesn't sound like it'll be an issue for you.
One option is to use DND mode to mute them.
Tasker itself can't, but it is possible to turn off notifications and recreate them in a different format using AutoNotification. It's a little complicated to explain, but you can make a task that toggles blocking personal notifications. The great thing is that it's not a true Notification Off setting, so AutoNotification can still get all the information from each notification.
Lmk if you need any help!
AutoNotification can be used to Query an existing notification to get all of the existing actions (%anontouchaction is probably what you want). Then you can use the Action to open the URL.
>now I can't "expand" the messages from messenger on lock screen (so if it's a long message I can't read it from lock screen).
Try holding the notification on the lock screen.
>Also now I always get the notification on top with the message text, even if I have the "chathead" active, which is really fucking annoying.
Android 8.1 has notification channels now, and Facebook apps support them. Go to Settings > Installed apps > Messenger > Notifications > Chats and calls, and disable Floating notifications.
You can also disable the always-on notification channel for Active Chat Heads, and to remove the Messenger is displaying over other apps, use AutoNotification.
Use auto notification app and use the block notification feature. Also give it auto start permissions so it works on every reboot.
You can use the AutoNotification app to hide notification icons without root, I use it to hide the stupid Do Not Disturb thing
> (or if it has an active persistent notification)
That is the right track. You can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong>'s "Query" action to see if there's a "Maps" notification up there.
Basically put the "Query" action in your Exit Task, choose "Persistent" and "Maps", and then after that action - if the variable %anid is set - then there's a notification up there:
A1. AutoNotification Query
Persistency: Persistent Only
A2. If %anid Is Set
A5. <the rest of your Exit Task actions>
... Yes to can...
OP: Download Auto Notification from the app store, search by title and block the notification.
Quick Setting Tiles aren't automatically tied to icons in the status bar (like the icons for Wifi, Battery, etc.)
For example, you can have a Quick Setting Tile that turns Sync on and off. But there may not be a persistent small icon up at the very top that shows Sync status.
You can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to create your own Quick Setting Tiles, and place icons in the top status bar. However there is no way on most stock devices to just place an icon in the status bar without a corresponding notification in the tray when you pull it down, so keep that in mind.
Tasker itself also lets you have Quick Setting Tiles. See 3-dot menu > Preferences > Action Tab as well as inside a Task the action Tasker > Setup Quick Settings.
3-dot menu > Preferences > Action Tab
Tasker > Setup Quick Settings
I had this problem with one of my apps... I wound up downloading another app which blocked the notification. I think it was this one, though I have 2 similar apps installed.
Hey. I had the same problem and fixed it with this app from the play store. Once you download the app, open it and tap on "Notification Blocking", then tap on the plus icon on the top right, tap yes for help, tap block tile, then choose the Navbar notification and save it. Should be gone. If it doesn't work let me know and I'll help you through it.
Yes <strong>AutoNotification</strong> can do this. Basically you create a Profile that "Intercepts" the notification, then in the Task you can have Tasker do things like simulate pressing the buttons or the notification itself.
Event > AutoNotification Intercept
A1. AutoNotification Action
>I use 3rd party app for night mode because Oreo night mode intensify isn't dim enough for me.
Have you tried changing the intensity in Settings?
>Unable to swipe away notification telling me about app running in the background / some app is displaying over others app. I am using the apps for a reason, even give permission to displaying other apps. But why it still bugging me about it. Is there a way to remove that notification?
I use this
>The up down arrow in wifi misalign issue still there. This probably have to wait for Xiaomi to fix it.
I read in the forums that Xiaomi has no plan to address this.
Using AutoNotification you can intercept notifications from any app and get the contents of said notification in a bunch of variables. I'd start there (there's a 7 day trial after which you have to pay for it) and see if you can get anything working...
> Any way to do this?
Sure is. Just use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with it's Event Profile (for "Intercept") then choose "Tasker" as the app, and "Cancelled" as the Type.
You can of course specify a ton of additional criteria such as filter for the notification's Title/Text and lot of other things.
They can be snoozed for a long time with AutoNotification. I was able to finally permanently rid of the "Cell Information" notification thanks to AutoNotification snoozing it into oblivion even when the phone restarts.
AutoNotification on Google Play
It's not a misbehavior warning, it's really just saying it's consistently running in the background. You can block it with autonotification
This a great idea!
I think it can be easily accomplished with the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> as even though Tasker has a built in "Notification Removed" Event Profile, I'm not sure how much information (if any) it transfers into the Task about the notification that was cancelled.
So here is how to do it with AutoNotification, storing the notifications into the Global Array %Dismissed:
Event > AutoNotification Intercept
Action Type: Cancelled
A1. Variable Set: %max To: 10 <or however many you want>
A2. Array Pop: %Dismissed Position:%max If %Dismissed(#) = %max
A3. Array Push: %Dismissed Position: 1 Value: %anapp %antitle %antext
And then anytime you want to view the notifications you can reference your Global Array %Dismissed().
Note that in the A3 action above you can use any of the variables that AutoNotification generates. The ones currently listed %anapp %antitle %antext are the app that originally created the notification, then its title and text.
%anapp %antitle %antext
How many is a "few"?
If it's 3 - you can use Tasker's built in <strong>"Notify" Action</strong>. You can make your own Title, Text, Icons, along with the 3 "Buttons" that you can use the "Launch App" action with to launch your apps.
The buttons can have their own text, and an icon if desired. Just like any other notification you've seen that has text/icon buttons.
If you want more buttons/icons (Say 6 or 8 or more) you'll have to use a plugin like <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to create your notification. It's highly advanced with a ton of options, including creating grids and tables in notifications. A bit of a learning curve with it though.
It probably could be done with Tasker. Perhaps use Autonotification Intercept as an Event trigger, then turn off DND in your Task.
I might set this up myself. I'll let you know if I do.
I've been using AutoNotification to fix that. Works very well and is free. Let's you hide any notification type. They have a helpful tutorial on their site somewhere but I'm on mobile right now.
The better option would be to get the plugin AutoNotification. It's paid with a trial, but it really is the best way to do all this since it was made specifically for reading, modifying, and creating notifications.
The 'Auto Notification' plugin for tasker can monitor notifications for specific words and also reply to them, check it out.
You'll need a plugin like <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to do this, since you'll be clearing notifications not created by Tasker. You'd use an Application Profile to detect when Facebook opens, then have AutoNotification Query for any existing Chrome notifications, then loop through them cancelling each one:
Application > Facebook Messenger
A1. AutoNotification > Query > App: Chrome
A2. Stop If %anid(#) = 0
A3. For: %this_id Items: %anid()
A4. AutoNotification > Cancel > ID: %this_id
A5. End For
So yes that should be fairly simple, although you may have to try using both basic Tasker, as well as (alternatively) the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to 'cancel' the notification as soon as it shows, which is equivalent to blocking it basically.
With basic Tasker:
Event > Phone > Received Text
A1. Alert > Notify Cancel > Title: %evtprm(2)
Where %evtprm(2) contains the Title of the notification, and is now suggested to use this instead of the older %NTITLE as it works better (according to the Variables Reference Page).
The method would be similar with AutoNotification, but you'd use its "Intercept" Profile and then cancel it via %anid
You can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong>'s "Intercept" Profile to trigger each time the information updates (even if it's 'behind the scenes' while you're in full screen) and from that you can just Toast the title/text of Player Pro's notification, which likely contains that info.
Those two variables from AutoNotificaiton would be %antitle and %antext
Yes can definitely be done. You can use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to both read/intercept Google Play music's notification every time it changes, then take whatever info you want from that (Title and Artist most likely) and create your own notification.
To get it to briefly pop over the app you're using, in AutoNotification's configuration for your new notification - choose Priority > Maximum and in the "Vibration" field just enter a zero. This will cause the notification to appear exactly as in the app you linked to on the Play Store.
Priority > Maximum
You can even have those extra buttons like that app shows, if you wish :)
Does Pandora generate a notification in the status bar when it's playing music? And a different one (or no notification) if it's not playing music? (even a button image change from 'play' to 'stop/pause' would work).
If so - you can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to detect the change/update in the notification and then do what you want in your Task(s) based on the change.
Is Volte the app creating the notification? If you go into your device's settings and disable all notifications for the app creating the notification - is that not an option?
Anyways, there is a good possibility the latest version of <strong>AutoNotification</strong> just released can do this for you. You would use the AutoNotification > Block Action, and specify the app and the title of the notification to block.
AutoNotification > Block
Then just run the Task one time, and from that point forwards that notification should no longer show up. (You may need to reboot your device first). And the block will remain in place until sometime in the future when you run the same action, except choose to unblock it.
To elaborate: As speakxj7 suggests, the autonotification plugin does the trick. The problem with my initial approach was that Tasker's built in Notify Cancel action apparently only cancels notifications created by Tasker itself :-)
> state > battery temperature does that just fine
Not exactly, since it will only trigger when the temperature falls within a specific range, and not anytime else.
As far as a Task to do the notification, just use Action > Alert > Notify to create a notification, or, use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to create it.
Action > Alert > Notify
The real question is - how often (and under what circumstances) do you want the notification to either show up, or, update itself? You'll need to get really specific about how you expect it to all work.
Very welcome! Glad you got it working ;)
And yes to get the decimal make the "Variable Set" Action be the following with the "Do Math" checkbox checked:
A1. Variable Set: %TEMPERATURE To: %temperature/10 Do Maths:On
Regarding the constant update, you would go about setting up the two Profiles/Tasks a bit different: You'd use one Profile to issue and update the notification, and the other Profile to control the first:
PROFILE NAME: "BATTERY NOTIFY"
Event > Intent Received: android.intent.action.BATTERY_CHANGED
A1. Variable Set: %TEMPERATURE To: %temperature/10 Do Maths: On
A2. Notification: Battery is at %TEMPERATURE
And now the above Profile would constantly issue/update the notification when the battery temp changes. You would have a separate "Controller" Profile to turn the above on/off:
State > Battery Temperature > (whatever range you want)
A1. Tasker > Profile Status: "BATTERY NOTIFY" Status: On
A1. Tasker > Profile Status: "BATTERY NOTIFY" Status: Off
A2. Cancel Notification
The only thing to configure is how Tasker addresses notifications for updating and cancellations. Usually I use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> since it uses a simple "ID" system where once you create a notification you assign it an ID and can use that ID to update or cancel it, etc.
Ok then cool. So if it also generates an actual notification also like the one in this pic - you can use that to check if DND is enabled or not.
The main way to do that from within a Task, as a query, would be to use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> and it's "Query" action. If the Action returns variables related to that notification Tasker will know DND is enabled, or not.
You could also likely use Tasker's buillt-in Notification Event Profile to detect when that notification shows up or cancels. In the Task linked to that Profile you'd do a Variable Set of your own Global variable like %DND to on or off.
> So I have to root or get a separate app?
Yes, but in regards to the app it's basically an add-on for Tasker, to help you do more complex things based on any limits of your device/OS/root status/etc.
In this case if a notification pops up when a call is incoming allowing you to answer the call from clicking somewhere in the notification - you can use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to accomplish it.
Tasker's built-in notification event filters aren't as robust/accurate as those in something like <strong>AutoNotification</strong>. If you're looking to specify only certain texts (whether exact or segments of text using any kind of matching/filters) I would highly suggest going with AutoNotification :)
<strong>AutoNotification</strong> should be able to take care of it. There's countless filter options to target the texts you want dismissed.
Does Google Voice allow for separate notification sounds for text vs. voicemail? That would be ideal since you could set the sound to silent so that you'd never hear it either.
However sometimes AutoNotificaition dismisses them so quickly that they don't have time to trigger a sound lol.
Here it is! Please note that you need AutoNotification for it to work.
You most certainly will want to customize it, I'll try to give you a rundown how it works:
Use this task in a profile reacting to AutoNotification's Intercept event. I set this event to only fire for WhatsApp notifications, of course.
There's one known error which makes this profile read the same message over and over. I think this depends on multiple messages received from different groups so they are grouped. AN then seems to always use the first unread message...
I had the same problem with WhatsApp notifications. Tasker's built-in variables (%NTITLE and %evtprm()) didn't contain enough info about the received messages. I started using AutoNotification plugin instead. It works fine.
The update has changed a bunch of random things, some which may even be device/OS dependent.
You could take a look at the Variables Reference Page and see if any other vars return what you're looking for, or - a more likely reliable solution would be to use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> plugin to get the data.
If it generates any sort of notification in the status bar (or changes the text displayed in an existing notification to reflect that mode is active) - you can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to detect that, and then trigger Tasker to turn Bluetooth on.
> Anybody have a fix?
The primary fix is to use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> which even supports HTML for multiple inline colors in the same text line (if you ever wanted to get that fancy ;)
As far as the built in Notification action, haven't used it in a long while, so depending on device/OS it may have something to do with that. Perhaps someone can chime in with info on the default notification action.
Tasker can't set titles of any notifications except ones it creates itself. (well technically that you create ;) This goes for any app in Android.
So when you use the Tasker "Notify" action(s) you can pick the title. The plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> has a lot of extended features to create notifications as well.
You could use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to instantly remove the notifications you font want. :-}
AdGuard - a system wide ad blocker. I got a free license during a giveaway a year or so ago and have been using it since then. it does one thing I've never managed to do with DNS66 or Blokada - blocks scripts detecting that you're using ad block.
AutoNotification - I hate Snapchat's "X is typing..." notification with passion. I set up this app to automatically dismiss notifications from Snapchat that contain "typing" string. that's it. the app has got some other nice features like adding Read button to your Gmail notification, but I only use it for that one thing. no IAPs required for that.
KDE Connect - to connect my phone to my laptop running Linux. it's like Pushbullet or Join, but on steroids.
Light Flow - you know what else do I hate? apps that don't allow you to customise their notification sounds or notification LED colour. sure, Android Oreo added notification channels which partially remedy that, but not all apps support it, and you still can't change the LED colour. luckily, Light Flow comes to the rescue. I use it to make my most used notifications have their own distinguishable sound and colour. it's also got some nice granular controls, like being able to add custom notifications based on text they contain (for example, since Snapchat's "typing" notification was sometimes still making noise even though AutoNotification was automatically dismissing it, I set this one notification type to silent. seriously, fuck that "is typing..." nonsense).
Unnotification - a small app that, works as an Undo button for notifications that you swiped away. it also allows you to add apps to blacklist, so that the undo button doesn't show up when you delete notifications showed by them.
I'll name my core four I use. I'm also gonna go ahead and say what most others will be thinking which is basically all of the 'Auto' suite of apps by Joao
• AutoNotification — powerful notification creation & interception
• AutoInput — Powerful input tool that allows you to read elements on the screen & interact with them. You can do anything from a swipe to a tap or long press, and you don't have to just rely on a specific co-ordinate, you can go off the ID or what text the element contains, etc.
• RESTask — better HTTP requests over standard Tasker HTTP GET/POST, mainly due to allowing custom headers (make sure to disable battery optimisation for this or you'll run into issues every now & then)
• Snackbar — very useful plugin that provides you with many different custom dialogs, popups & lists with good customisation options.
I used auto notification app to block it
Autonotfication from playstore. Enjoy.
AutoNotification can do this for you. It's a Tasker plugin with a few stand alone features including this.
Try the free autonotification app
When you get the notification for the incoming SMS - does it have a "reply" button or action? Where you can reply to the whole group?
If so - you can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to watch for that type of notification by checking the "Has Reply Action" checkbox.
It will return a variable named %anreplyaction that you would then use with the AutoNotification > Reply action to reply directly.
AutoNotification > Reply
Also if you find yourself needing more tiles, <strong>AutoNotification</strong> gives you up to 40 of them to assign.
You could try AutoNotification and have it press the pause button.
I think you might find the tasker plugin AutoNotification useful :)
Simplest solution here - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.joaomgcd.autonotification&hl=en
It'll take a little work, but AutoNotification can do this. Here is the task being built and demonstrated in Tasker. You'll want to substitute in your apps.
I haven't used this or any of the similar apps in the Play Store. This route is easier and cleaner, but it requires you trust fairly unknown apps. That's a dealbreaker for some folks.
For the Notification event, %NTITLE should work; alternatively, you could use %evtprm2 (the app name is in %evtprm1). You could perform a Popup action displaying it, in case the matching isn't working, or even set a global variable to it for later checking.
I only got one event triggered out of my one calendar notification, but I haven't tested exhaustively. It makes me wonder what's going on with your device such that the notification is repeating ("go off multiple times until I open it"); are you using a non-stock ROM, any Xposed modules?
I'd do like /u/loadnikon suggests, only have it do the notification 2 hours in advance instead of an email.
As for "reading" the calendar notification, you could use AutoNotification's Cancel action to dismiss it.
Check out AutoNotification. It's one of the great tasker plugins from joaomgcd, and the paid version allows you to intercept toast notifications.
As with all complex tasker plugins this tends to have a fairly steep learning curve, but they make sense once you get the hang of it.
For example: a profile I made just now
AutoNotification will hide it for you: [link]
Checkout the AutoNotification plugin which gives you an extra 40 quick setting tiles to play around with :)
You could try the AutoNotification plugin Media action.
I did something similar. You willl need AutoNotification.
Create a profile based on Autonotification Intercept event with "has reply action true", app filter to WhatsApp, Title filter to your wife contact name, and configure the text filter to match "where are you ?"
In your task use the following :- Get location, change the timeout to 10 or 15
- Autnotification Reply : Notification app WhatsApp, set the txt filter to also match "where are you ?", Reply txt : https://maps.google.com/maps?z=12&t=m&q=loc:%LOC
Not the easiest thing to set up but this can be used to remove that notification [link]
Try this app...
I'm currently using it to hide persistent LMT notifications on my Mi Mix 2S.
Of course I do! Here you go: [link]
You'll need AutoNotification for this Task to work. Also, import this helper Task:
How does it work?
* the header and the body are copied from the WhatsApp notification into two variables
* the task tries to determine if it was a group message by splitting the header at "@" or the body at ":" which fills another three variables %sender, %group and %message
* the variable %message is tested for several different emojis to determine the type of the message (text, image, audio, video)
* the variable %readme is put together with all these distinct variables
* that variable is put through the helper Task helperEmojiTranslator which replaces emojis with describing text
* the content of %readme is then read out
* this task was created in german. You'll need to customize it
* that helper Task was originally created to be able to have emojis read out at all. Google's TTS engine wouldn't do that yet when I created this task. It does now so you might remove the helper Task (the helper task actually needed the descriptions in a seperate database file, it was a huge pain in the ass to create that...)
* there are two actions (4 and 37) labelled DEBUG which write some variables into a TXT file. You can disable these
How to trigger:
I use "binary switches" to trigger my tasks under certain circumstances. These "binary switches" are quite simple actually.
For this to work, you'll have one global variable, let's call it %globalReadWhatsApp (one upper case character is what makes this a global variable). Then, I'll have several profiles changing that global variable:
* One profile triggers when I'm at home. This profile has one entry task which adds 1 to the global variable, it's exit task subtracts 1
* Another profile triggers when my cable headset is connected. This adds or removes 2
* Yet another profile triggers when my phone is connected to my car's BT phone, then adds or subtracts 4
So, all these profiles ever do is change the global variable. When none of these profiles is active it's value will be 0. If at least one of them is active it's value will be greater than 0 (somewhere between 1 and 7, actually, as several profiles can be active at the same time).
Now, all I need to still create is one profile which reacts to that global variable and executes the task whenever that variable is greater than 0 (and the display is off and the AutoNotification event for WhatsApp notifications has been triggered).
This approach let's me quickly add other conditions. I simply create another profile which changes the global variable by the next power of 2. That's it!
I use this same approach to silence my phone automatically by a multitude of overlapping conditions. This is why I will not use this feature from Google's Digital Wellbeing...
You can probably block it with autonotification: [link]
just use this
it blocks any notification
You can accomplish this with just one Tasker plugin called, "AutoNotification." However if you want to have the screen turn off immediately (the method I'll use in the profile below), as opposed to Tasker's built-in screen time out of 7 seconds, then you'll need a few more toys. Download these three apps, and the Tasker profile below:
AutoNotification (for Tasker to know there is a new notification):
Screen Lock (to immediately turn off the screen):
AutoShortcut (to launch the Screen Lock shortcut from Tasker):
Here is the actual Tasker profile:
To import the Tasker profile into Tasker, long press the "PROFILES" tab in the Tasker app, click import, and locate the file in the file browser.
Note that you'll need to open all three of the above apps once after they install to grant the necessary permissions. Also note that the Tasker project is set to turn off the screen when receiving a new notification from 9pm to 8am, but you'll see how to change that time just by clicking on the profile in Tasker.
You can use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to create a notification that has a countdown timer ability built into it, that you can check to see time remaining.
To get that into the notification you'd first set a variable to 3 hours from now. Since Tasker and plugins use absolute time and here the plugin wants milliseconds - you'd do:
A1. Variable Set: %time To: (%TIMES+10800)*1000 Do Maths: on
A2. AutoNotification Plugin
Title: Your Title, etc
Where the 10800 represents 3 hours worth of seconds, and %TIMES is a built-in Tasker Variable that always contains the current 'now' time in seconds.
Use Autonotification's notification blocker.
I use the app autonotification to disable the gear notifications.
Google Play link
Have you looked at AutoNotification for Tasker? It's supposed to be able to intercept notifications.
If you are okay with giving it access, I've been happy blocking it with AutoNotification:
I downloaded autonotification from the play store to block that notification. ([link]) could you disable the health notifications?
It's a feature, but AutoNotification will remove it.
I'm pretty sure AutoNotification can get rid of it for you.
Try this it works on 8.0
(reposting my comment) AutoNotification lets you selectively hide notifications, it's worked flawlessly for me
play store link for anyone that doesn't have it yet
> if it is possible with a certain plugin what is the plugin I should use?
> EDIT: Ah, I just figured out what's causing the issue. The persistent notification updates a value every 5 minutes, so Tasker thinks it's a new notification. But since I can't remove it, the task doesn't stop. Damn.
I was just going to mention that, and then I saw your edit. A lot of apps' notifications do this. Maps/Nav is the worst - it update multiple times per second lol.
There's a couple solutions. The first one, although not ideal depending on how often the initial notification shows up, and how quickly you dismiss the other one - is to set a "Cooldown Time" for the Profile. To do this long-click on the Profile's Name while in the Profiles Tab. Tap the "Gear" Icon at the top to access the Profile's settings. You'll see the Cooldown Time selector, and can set it as you wish. The Profile will not trigger again until the time period has passed.
Then there's another way that specifically does what you mentioned:
> If application has more than one notification present,
For this you would use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> and in the Task you'd do a "Query" action. You'd specify your app, then if there's more than one notification from your app, the array function %anapp(#) will evaluate to 2 and you can have Tasker decide from there what to do when there's 2 notifications from that app.
> Not sure if this is possible without using scenes?
Using Scenes wouldn't be very direct since there's no Table Element. However there is a Web View Element, and you can create the HTML to display your table in the Scene.
One good option is to use <strong>AutoNotification</strong>'s "Table" action, which can produce tables in the notification area. However there's a limit to how many lines will display at one time, depending on text size used and some other factors. Here is an example pic of a Table Notification (along with tutorial), as well as another example pic.
Another great solution is to use <strong>AutoTools</strong>'s "Web Screen" action. If you're handy with even the most basic HTML, you can create Tables galore with any kind of formatting and visual aspects you desire. This is of course also scalable to any size and you'll have options to make the cells clickable, etc.
Hello there new guy. Tasker is not your every day app like others it's a platform on which you can AUTOMATE a whole heck a lot of stuff on your phone. It is a really powerful tool when fallen into right hands.
This is some basics of tasker (Should read).
I'm using tasker for all sorts of stuff: Enabling/Disabling volume at certain places, opening certain apps in the morning automatically.
And most importantly - Mi Band 2 automation here. Of course I'm waaayy over complicating things as I always do, just to be sure that nothing breaks. I made a modular system that I can easily add new apps and filters for each specific one and things like that. That took a while to make and test out.
This is easy first time setup you could make (just as example):
Prerequisites for this particular setup: AutoNotification and Mi Band Tools which both are paid apps, unfortunately I don't know another easy enough way to intercept notifications without AutoNotification and Mi Band Tools seems like our only option for Mi Band 2 that has tasker integration.
I don't think few bucks is a lot here since the band is quite cheap a bit more doesn't make much difference. (After all the band is just accessory item you shouldn't be spending your last cash on it in any case)
Few steps after that:
Created a profile with event Plugin -> AutoNotification -> Intercept.
In configuration select Apps which you want to get involved.
Add a task that gets run.
Simple task in this case should consist of IF's and ELSE IF's checking "%anapp" which is app's whose notification was just intercepted name and if that's the app you want -
Add -> Plugin ->Mi Band Tools -> Configuration. Here you set your preferred settings and icon for the band to show.
Should be functional at this point. Have fun tweaking and customizing your setup as much as you want.
Basically you intercept notification, analyze what is it about, send icon with vibration to Mi Band 2 with Mi Band Tools.
Yeah, but you'll need to install the AutoNotification plugin, but it's probably easier to just use Easy App Switcher so you can just have a floating button (or an invisible edge) which you can tap without having to reach all the way to the notification shade.
Yes. You'll need the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> for this. It gives you complete control over generating every kind of notification imaginable.
To get this effect with AutoNotification, when you create the notification you'll set its priority to "Max", and in the Vibration field specify "0" (unless you do want a vibration as well when it pops up).
I tend to call these "Pop-over" notifications. It is a neat effect, and yes that plugin can do it all ;)
Just a Note: You should've used the "Help" tag in this case. The "How To" tag is meant to be used when you are explaining how to do something :-]
Well it's not the cleanest way but you could set up a profile to intercept those specific notification using <strong>AutoNotification</strong>. You would then cancel the notification and then 40 seconds later, recreate it again using the values you got from the intercept.
It would look something like this:
Event > Plugin > AutoNotification > Intercept > App: theScore Text: "Goal"
A1. Plugin > AutoNotification > Cancel > ID: %anid
A2. Wait: 40 seconds
A3. Plugin > AutoNotification > AutoNotification
This will however make the original notification appear for a split second before getting canceled so any vibrations/sounds will still go off.
Let me know if this doesn't work for you or if there's something you don't understand :-}
I don't know if that possible but are you sure there are no difference between the group notification and the regular one?
If it is you can just use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to set up 2 profiles for each of the notification types.
Well it's definitely possible if you use the <strong>AutoNotification</strong> plugin.
(It lets you interact, react with and even create your own notifications.)
AutoNotification doesn't let you change the sound of another apps notifications so that directly is not an option.
I belive there are 2 ways you can achive what you want:
1.You could react to a specific notifcation and make Tasker play a sound/beep.
Event => Plugin => AutoNotification => Intercept => Title => "New message from: Barack Obama"
There are plenty of options avalible to chose from as to how you want to intercept the notification (App, Title, Text, Icon, etc) so that shouldn't be a problem.
2.You could again intercept the notifcation but this time you instantly use Tasker to cancel it and create your own duplicate.
A1. Plugin => AutoNotification => Cancel => Title filter => "New message from: Barack Obama"
A2. Plugin => AutoNotification => AutoNotification => (Add your own information or the same data that you intercepted from the orignal notification)
The nice thing about creating your own notification is that you have an option to set a Notification sound. So you can change something that the other "original" notification doesn't have.
Please let me know if this works out for you or if there's anything else I can do for you :-}
If you find it relatively to type you could make Tasker react to it by surrounding the text you want with a specific character. Let's say @ for this example:
Setup a loop that reacts to the "change keyboard notification" that appears when the keyboard is used (can be achieved with <strong>AutoNotification</strong>).
Then make a loop that contains a UI Query from the <strong>AutoInput</strong> plugin. This will make it continuously check for the content of your screen.
You then need something to react to when a text you type is surrounded by "@". Ex. @Hello, the weather is nice today@.
The easiest way to do this is with the AutoTools (Beta Link, Community link, Playstore link) plugin and its Regex action.
Use the following Regex to make it match: @(?<app_name>[^@]+)@. Then just add a "Set Clipboard action to %app_name.
I could give a more detailed tutorial but I don't know well you know Tasker :-} Hope this helps though.
Use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with it "Intercept" Event Profile, and in the linked Task you can use Tasker's sound and vibrate Actions to do as you wish.
I made something similar but instead with the help of <strong>AutoNotification</strong>.
Yeah that would be the way. If the keyboard has a notification in the status bar when it's opened - <strong>AutoNotification</strong> could start the Task looping (re-checking for the @ symbol), and stop it when the keyboard is closed and the notification is removed.
I know you said "no external plugins" but I just havr to recommend <strong>AutoNotification</strong>. It has Html support which means that you can easily use the <br> tag to create a newline :-}
Does it generate a notification up in the status bar each time a text comes in? That contains the name of the sender?
If so you can do as you suggested and turn off vibrate in Textra, then use Tasker to 'intercept' each notification using the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> in a Profile, and then in the Task check if the name in the notification is that "one person" to vibrate special for, and otherwise the normal pattern.
Don't think that's supported for that action. If you use AutoNotification though you can use the html tag "<br>" to make a newline.
If the email generates a notification with a preview of the content you could use AutoNotification or Notification Listener to pull both of these fields and have Tasker read them to you.
When you do Maps navigation doesn't notification from Maps appears?
With AutoNotification plugin you could intercept that notification and react upon it by doing all the tasks you want.
The plugin AutoNotification can deal with intercepting and dismissing, etc. anything to do with notifications using Tasker.
I google'd around and used a handful of tutorials, but didn't end up doing anything complex or that required root.
Just set a variable (1 when connected to BT, 0 on disconnect) so messages are only read aloud when driving. Then create a new profile that'll read messages aloud. Conditions in mine are:
1) Connected to BT
2) Variable set to 1
3) Set Autonotification as the last requirement.
Then go through and configure autonotification to read messages from select apps. All you need to set is Action Type (Created) and Notification App (all the ones you want notifications from).
The task associated with the profile is just a Say task. I've set mine to:
Message from %antitle. %antext
And ticked Respect Audio Focus.
That should cover it, let me know if you need more help :)
If the 'notification' you speak of that is removed (when PC Sync's) is one that's up in the Notification/Status Bar of your phone/device, then you can do what you want to accomplish with AutoNotification plugin by JoaoApps.
It lets you setup a Profile with Plugin > AutoNotification > Intercept. You'd choose Hangouts as the App, and then choose "Cancelled" At which point anytime the PC sync's up and your phone dismisses the notification, whatever Task you link to this Profile will happen, namely the Task that reset the Zooper color.
Search Play Store for: AutoNotification Plugin
If you haven't used any of the AutoApps there's alot of tutorials on the main JoaoApps site, and rather than just getting one plugin at a time, I suggest the 'subscription' and for $1/month you get everything this guy makes, which is dozens of plugins, including alpha/beta with extended functions.
I do automatic answering of hangout/gVoice calls via my watch using autonotification
what you do is intercept the hangouts call notification and access the buttons in the notification to get the answer button. you can also check the number via the notification title. I'm not sure if it requires root (I think it doesn't) but you do need KitKat or higher to have it work properly
I'm in bed in my phone but tomorrow I'll post the XML of my task and you can change it to your needs.
AutoNotification is one of the many useful apps in the AutoApps suite. It helps with the creation of more advanced notifications. It also enables some additional notification reaction and cancellation abilities. You may need the pay version for most features. The playstore link. ...Please Note: I am a Bot.
[link] use that app and block the notification.
Use AutoNotification. It's a paid app with a free trial. I was able to set up a block rule in under a minute that worked specifically for this.
I cannot verify if this works on the S20 but I used it on a S8 so it might be fine. Download AutoNotification from the Play Store. There's a simple wizard to block persistent notifications. Once done it will stay gone even if you uninstall the app. It will only come back upon reboot in which case you just repeat the process.
You could try using autonotification
Yes, it's separate plugin (one of many) you can buy. It does have a free 7-day trial.
Ok....so the secret sauce in there is the regex....You can apply that regex to anything. A text message.....the text in the notification....whatever text you want.
If you're problem is simply extracting the text from the notification itself.....Use AutoNotification. There is a built-for-purpose Tasker Plugin created by the Tasker developer himself to do exactly that for you :)
I use AutoNotification to remove a persistent system VPN notification that otherwise couldn't be removed. Would probably work in this use-case too.
You could use the AutoNotification plugin Actions action to click the button for you.
Try these :)
FeedMe (Intent) (759)
A1: Send Intent [ Action:com.seazon.feedme.action.PLAY_ACTION Cat:None Mime Type: Data: Extra: Extra: Extra: Package: Class: Target:Activity ]
A2: Send Intent [ Action:com.seazon.feedme.action.STOP_ACTION Cat:None Mime Type: Data: Extra: Extra: Extra: Package: Class: Target:Activity ]
A3: Send Intent [ Action:com.seazon.feedme.action.NEXT_ACTION Cat:None Mime Type: Data: Extra: Extra: Extra: Package: Class: Target:Activity ]
A4: Send Intent [ Action:com.seazon.feedme.action.PREVIOUS_ACTION Cat:None Mime Type: Data: Extra: Extra: Extra: Package: Class: Target:Activity ]
A5: Send Intent [ Action:com.seazon.feedme.action.STAR_ACTION Cat:None Mime Type: Data: Extra: Extra: Extra: Package: Class: Target:Activity ]
Edit: Just incase these don't work there's still the Media Control action in Tasker and or the AutoNotification plugin.
Well I'm not so sure about the other two, but this solution should still work for the Google Play Music app
Edit: Try the AutoNotification plugin Media action instead.
A1: AutoNotification Media [ Configuration:Selection Type: First Available Timeout (Seconds):60 ]
A2: Flash [ Text:%anuserrating Long:Off ]
The %anuserating variable outputs a number from 0 to 100
%anuserrating (Not liked nor disliked)
Try using the AutoNotification plugin.
Instead of doing a loop you could use the notification as a state using the AutoNotification plugin.
Possible with Autonotification Tasker plugin.
By using you will be able to capture the notification text into %antext variable and you can use it in the task to check.
You're welcome. AutoNotification plugin (same Tasker dev) can do it. I don't use it, but search this sub and you will find the solution
You could try Intercepting the notification using the AutoNotification plugin.
Try the AutoNotification plugin it has a standalone feature in the app to block certain messages based on a few keywords. Also there's the Cancel action if you'd like to use it instead inside tasker :)
Try the AutoNotification plugin Status Bar Icon Manual field when creating a notification :)
Checkout the AutoNotification plugin :)
Only way I've found is to use this tool to block the notification. Sucks that we need an app to block certain notifications like this.
Try the AutoNotification plugin :)
You could checkout the AutoNotification plugin :)
I don't think you'll get the needed information using only tasker. If you don't already have it you could checkout the AutoNotification plugin.
You seem to be missing the right tools.
While Tasker does natively support reacting on notifications, you should really look at the AutoNotification addon ([link]), it is BY FAR superior. In general all the Autotools add-ons ([link]) are fantastic.
AutoNotification let's you do lots of stuff with notifications, from reacting to any notification, to creating your own or blocking otherwise un-blockable notifications 👌
30 second example here, that should get you started:
All available variables are here, for your convenience 👌
AutoNotification (a paid Tasker plugin) can do this in standalone mode, without Tasker. You can't necessarily identify groups of notifications, but you can filter based on the notification title or text.
The AutoNotification plugin can be used to interact with notification buttons you could try that.
You can do so using either the Music Track Changed event condition or the AutoNotification plugin.
If there's a notification present when a call is incoming you could try the AutoNotification plugin :)
You can remove and filter any notifications, including "untoggleable" system notifs with AutoNotification. It works great on my phone, where I filter pointless notifs like "Do not disturb turned on" or "Battery low".
For Bluetooth, check developer options and see which codec you're using. LDAC and Scalable are your best bets, AptX and especially AAC/SBC aren't great.
Try the AutoNotification plugin state context.
If there's an notification present in the status bar you could try Intercepting it using the AutoNotification plugin.
Does it helpes - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.joaomgcd.autonotification&hl=pl ?
Use the AutoNotification plugin 'Actions' Action
If it appears in the notification bar then you could use the AutoNotification plugin to dismiss it for you.
Checkout the AutoNotification plugin.
You should checkout the AutoNotification plugin.
If you already have the AutoNotification plugin installed, then you could enable the Logs option from the main app, and try selecting the System Logs checkbox.
Try the AutoNotification plugin Reply action
Sorry, without the "s" at the end
Use the AutoNotification plugin Actions action.
>you get a toast saying the call is connected? If so, you can use AutoInput to detect the toast.
Don't you mean AutoNotification ;)
You can do all that with AutoNotification, just setup a new AutoNotification tile instead of the built-in from Tasker.
AutoNotification setup tile screen
If there is a notification present when receiving a call you could use the AutoNotification plugin to press the button for you.
Try app AutoNotification can be used for this without root.
Do you have AutoNotification installed? Which music player are you using?
In theory, all is needed is the project, AutoNotification, and a song being played in any music player (maybe can be needed to you start playing a song then skip it).
Is some error message are being shown, please let me know
Yes, download Autonotification from the play store, it's a Tasker plug in but it has the free standalone feature of blocking any notification.
You can use this app: [link]
Use the AutoNotification plugin to Intercept and click the button for you.
"Cover Display Tool" notification can be remedied via block with AutoNotification by joaomgcd. [link]
Try the AutoNotification plugin.
Tasker only supports upto 3 at the moment but you can can get even more from the AutoNotification plugin.
Try the AutoNotification plugin Reply action.
Download AutoNotification from the Play Store and create a filter for the notification.
The AutoNotification plugin has a media query action you can try.
I have had the same issues while being on T-Mobile even though I have their voicemail app installed. I used an app called AutoNotification, which is on the Play Store here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.joaomgcd.autonotification&hl=en_US
This app is from the creator of Tasker, and has been a godsend for me. To actually purchase the app, I think you'll need to install the main app called AutoApps or something. Definitely worth a try! Hope it works for you :) If you need help setting it up feel free to ask.
not sure it'll work
In the AutoNotification plugin under Notification Interception select the Delay Apps' Notification option and choose the app notification you'd like to be Intercepted with a delay.
Nothing special really, my device for some ungodly reason doesn't have an Adaptive Brightness tile nor a Auto sync tile by default so I created both and the third one I left as default. Some of my most used/important tasks are occupied by AutoNotification tiles
The plugin linked is AutoNotification which is apart of another task that part can be safely deleted :)
Use Chrome browser, the plugin, AutoNotification, won't inhibit install if you don't have it installed..
[link] in case you need it.
I'm not sure about deleting messages from whatsapp, but as an alternative you could dismiss the notification everytime it comes in using the AutoNotification plugin.
Hmm, you could perhaps detect the notification being paused using the AutoNotification Intercept event or better yet you could use the AutoTools plugin Media State event.
~~Post the profile description as well my guess is that the profile is the main culprit.~~
Edit: Upon further investigation it seem tasker can't intercept notifications from the Android System which is where the notification is posted from instead try the tasker plugin AutoNotification.
Nope! since the action actually performs a task its not possible to do it with tasker quick settings tiles but you can do it using the AutoNotification plugin.
The native tasker notification event should suffice if that doesn't work for the particular app you're trying to intercept notifications from you can try the AutoNotification plugin.
Do you mean toast? If so you can use the AutoNotification plugin toast intercept event to capture these
You want to be using the AutoNotification Query action and then right after that you'll use an if and else to do the actions that you want based on the values supplied by the AN Query action.
There's probably a way to do this using Notification Listener which is free, but I'm not familiar with it.
These overlay notifications cannot be disabled by default on MIUI for some reason.
Grab <strong>AutoNotification</strong> from the Play Store.
When you open the app, it's going to ask you for permissions. Grant the required permissions.
After that, go to Settings > Manage apps / Installed apps > AutoNotification, enable Autostart, and disable battery optimizations, to ensure the application will start on boot and that it doesn't get killed in the background.
Once that's done, you can use this app to block any notifications, including these that MIUI doesn't let you.
Background battery usage is negligible, if not zero.
It utilizes Android's Notification access permission, which lets the app directly access and remove notifications, thus minimizing battery usage.
You can't use autoinput to click a notification you'll instead need the plugin AutoNotification
Edit: specifically you're trying to click the button in the expanded notification "RACCROCHER"?
~~Hmmm �� maybe try querying the current status bar icon using AutoNotification then storing it to a variable?~~
Unfortunately this action doesn't accept variables so there no way to change it unless the icon is chosen manually.
Try using AutoNotification instead you can the intercept event to get the notification then click a button or the notification in the task.
I deliberately left it empty because I figured users would want to activate it in another way, but what I do is create a quick setting tile which links to this task. You can use tasker's default tiles or AutoNotification.
I realise this is an old thread, but you can get rid of the "is typing" notification and still have notifications for new snaps or text if you use this app to filter only notifications that contain the words "is Typing" in the text.
I've only tried it on android Pie on a google pixel 2 XL and a pocophone F1.
Currently I don't think Automate allows custom notification icon. My work around is using some Tasker plug-ins that allows that (AutoNotification for example) to create notification
Should be pretty straightforward is use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong>'s "Block" action.
You just choose the app(s) you want in the plugin config screen and then whether you want to block or unblock their notifications.
Make one Task that blocks them. And another Task that unblocks them. Add a Tasker shortcut to each on your homescreen, and that should do it!
I think you have to use this
AutoNotification should be able to block them
Grab AutoNotification from the Play Store, give it all the permissions it asks for + also enable autostart and disable battery optimizations so it can start automatically, then use the Notification blocking section of the app to get rid of any notifications the system doesn't let you.
How about installing AutoNotification?
You can make specific notifications not appear like the system update notification. If your dad can't see the notification, he won't go pressing update.
I have this installed specifically for the same scenario, but with the Pixel Experience system update notifications, cause the stupid alert would go off in the middle of the night at random times and scare the shit out of me. Now I never see the notifications.
If you cannot swipe it, or the half-swipe gear icon doesn't let you disable it, or you want to disable it only in some circumstances not all, there is an app that I like: AutoNotification. It's what I use to stop my phone telling me that my Gear S3 connected, disconnected, reconnected, is still connected, etc. It lets be block notifications based on a RegEx match.
Install AutoNotification. It will walk you through setting up filters, and it works all the time, not just when Dex is open.
Try this app, it worked on my one plus 6t for that, luckily on the unlocked s10 there is no persistent WiFi calling notification.
AutoNotification will let you disable any notification.
I would suggest this app Autonotification. It can hide any notification, including ones that Samsung says you can't.
You could probably use AutoNotification to create a filter that hides the update notification. I did that with the otherwise unhideable persistent VPN notification.
Tasker can get some of it with Event - UI - Notification; events pass the parameters via %evtprm1, %evtprm2, %evtprm3, etc. I'm not sure if this will be sufficient, since I haven't messed around with Maps notifications. Fortunately AutoNotification exists, if not.
%evtprm1, %evtprm2, %evtprm3
(Even the free version has notification blocking and enhanced Gmail notifications.)
You can use AutoNotification
Did MIUI optimizations stay on? That could be the grayscale notifications thing.
Grab AutoNotification from the Play Store, give it the permissions it asks for, and block the Android System notifications there. You can also block the same Android System notification for Messenger chat heads with this, or any other annoying notifications you can't get rid of.
Set the app to Autostart on boot and disable battery optimizations for the app in Settings -> Manage apps, to make sure it blocks notifications again when you restart the device.
Different use case but I use AutoNotifications to completely hide the VPN connection notification from Blockada. Should work for DnD mode.
The Play Store listings for each have lots of info including photos and videos.
These are especially helpful when looking to see what a plugin like "Snackbar" can do:
<strong>Snackbar Tasker Plugin</strong>
<strong>Material Design Plugin</strong>
EDIT: Saw links were already posted. Anyways they do have some great pictures.
There's a button to dismiss on the notification itself, right? You'd need to use AutoNotification, but it would be able to press the button for you.
Download Autonotification ([link]) and then use the standalone feature "notification blocking". You won't need to buy the Pro version to block that persistent notification.
AutoNotification can block these notifications I think. I.e set it to filter away notifications from snapchat featuring the word "typing"
EDIT: Seems this only removes the notification sound, the "??? is typing" text still pops up.
I save the last media player I used for a FAB to play/pause, back, next for that player. I update a notification with the current temperature every half hour. I use root to change my equalizer settings based on BT speaker. My phone doesn't "remember" volumes for each speaker, so I have a profile for that, too. I activate my phone's high brightness mode when the lux level is higher than 9000, ie outside.
I keep my Hotspot on at home, and if for some reason it dies, Tasker automatically turns it back on. On games with video advertisements for coins, I have a little button to mute/resume last volume. On apps that don't have timers (playing music/video inside of a browser that is) I can have it pause after x minutes. If I want to play for another x minutes, I just need to shake my phone.
At bedtime my volume turns down, display timeout is 2 minutes, and my brightness is really low - after my alarm this goes back to normal, then it reads me a weather summary for the day, shows a local weathercam pic, then lists my calendar events out loud.
I also got a smartwatch, and I have a screen pop up with a choice of audiobook or music when I wear headphones. Set up an icon for running my lunch timer, and I'm trying to get a phone battery complication working. May have to switch it to another thing.
(Rooted, using AutoNotification, AutoTools, AutoWear, AutoShare, and Kernel Adiutor for the above.)
<strong>AutoNotification</strong> has an "Intercept" Event Profile, and it can be triggered on "Notification Cancelled". Which means that when any notification if cleared - its data can still be sent into Tasker.
Whereby you could use that data and create new "replacement" Notifications, that could even look the same, but are created with AutoNotification.
Another solution is just to Intercept all notifications from the stock SMS app as they are created, and have Tasker (via AutoNotification) dismiss every one and immediately replace it with a look-alike. That way, you can dismiss any of them individually without the current annoying behavior of having one clearing them all.
And you can set a "Command On Touch" for each so when you click on one it will still take you into the SMS app.
Check if Auto notification works
Solved this by downloading the free version of AutoNotification from Google Play. You just go to Notification Blocking > + > Filter Title as "Mobile data turned off". Worked on my S9.
Does this notification say "check for notification" or anything else?
Try using Autonotification from the playstore, and set it to block notifications from Android System.
If this doesn't work, check out an app called AutoNotification from the playstore. I use it to block all notifications from Android System, and also snapchats "xx is typing.." notifications.
Ah, sorry. I'm thinking of the AutoNotification plugin.
That has lots of variables that are captured after intercepting a notification.
AutoNotification on the play store
It has a bunch of other features so its a little overkill, but it works
I use this app: [link]
Try this [link]
link for the lazy
add a rule to block notifications from Snapchat when the text contains "typing".
Does your device show a notification in your status bar when the keyboard is open?
If so you can use that as the trigger to detect when swiftkey is open or closed via State > Plugin > AutoNotification > Interceptand of course that uses the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong>.
State > Plugin > AutoNotification > Intercept
You may be able to do it with Tasker's Event > UI > Notification context, but it doesn't let you select "Android System" as the app, and you may need to be more specific with the Title/Text fields.
Here is a simple Profile you can Import for the detecting SwiftKey part via AutoNotification.
you could try adding a rule to automatically dismiss it with AutoNotification.
This works for me. If anything you can set it to be a "low priority" notification and it'll just be the thin, collapsed kind.
Ok cool. So yes you'd use <strong>AutoNotification</strong>'s "Query" action at the start of your Task (or wherever you want to check if music is playing) and it will generate a giant pile of variables, that hopefully one or more will get you the player state.
Since music player notifications have all different kinds of formats, to set it up correctly you'll need to use a test/utility Task like this one.
Run it once while Poweramp is playing, and again when it's not. Hopefully there will be obvious differences in at least some of the variable values so that you can pick one that clearly indicates when the player is playing. Once you have it you just use an If action to have Tasker decide what to do with the volume level in your actual Task.
For the notification in the status tray - you'll use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to click the button/text up there that declines the call.
It's a bit of a different method than AutoInput's. Can you screenshot the notification as it appears? This method has a 95% likelihood of being able to solve the issue ;)
Use this app: [link]
Add WhatsApp and in the section "Filter Text" write: WhatsApp Web
Link to the app :)
Also, thank you for this! Can finally get rid of that annoying thing.
> I know of AutoInput/Autonotification which may be useful to use in this case, but I don't know their full functionality capabilities. Any advice/ideas?
Those would be the two :)
<strong>AutoNotification</strong> would detect the specific message from the specific app you're looking for (via it's "Intercept" Profile Event), and then you'd use <strong>AutoInput</strong>'s "Unlock Screen" Action.
The question would be what kind of lock are you talking about?
Also Tasker has a built-in notification Profile Event (under UI > Notification) that may be able to serve your needs for this specific purpose to detect the incoming notification with the fields it contains. You'd have to test it working with the display off.
UI > Notification
AutoNotification got a feature for doing just that.
I figured that may be the case. So to do that you can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> as it has a counter feature to put a running timer in a notification.
You can use Auto Notification to snooze it indefinitely.
Disabling notification under system settings might disable useful notifications too.
i had this too.. after a day of driving me nuts I debugged notifications and found out that it was Evernote. It added a new feature to scan photos for text. I disabled this feature within Evernote, and bingo. no more phantom vibration.
P.S: I used AutoNotifications to log notifications to find the offending app.
Download Autonotification in the play store and select the free notification blocking feature. When it asks if you want help creating the block say yes and it will let you select the actual notification.
You could use Auto Notification to infinitely snooze it.
I use this one: [link] ... Not sure how it compares to the other suggestion
Yea, that's what I'm doing now. It's not ideal, but it's something. I've been talking with the dev for AutoNotification, which is useful for the annoying "running in the background" notification, and may be applicable here, too.
If you're looking for more detailed control of notifications - the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> offers a ton of options, including "Update Existing" notification.
To be honest, the built-in Tasker notification action isn't that great. I'd recommend using the AutoNotification plugin or you could create your own ones using Java, but that'd be a lot of work
AutoNotification will let you make any customized vibration pattern for any app.
Ooh. I know how to get rid (hide) these notifications.
Use AutoNotification to suppress any notification you want. I use it to hide my pebble notification as well as ____ is using battery.
If you need exact instructions on how to do it let me know.
>- Is there any way to disable the persistent headset connected notification?
I use this to block persistent notifications
Autonotification can filter on quite a few rules, including regex. Might need to add in Tasker to reformat.
As long as your email app generates a notification when it arrives, you can use a Profile Event > Notification and specify the Title/Text you want it to trigger on. (assuming the notification's title or text contains the email's subject line). And you can use Tasker's pattern matching to create more flexible filters.
Event > Notification
There's also the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> that offers even more options for dealing with these :)
This is the best non-root solution
If you want to use IFTTT you have to use an app for notification interception like AutoNotification
Or you use an other service like Simplepush, AutoRemote or Join with direct Tasker intergration.
With AutoInput you can run actions on your phone.
The App AutoNotification lets you hide specific notifications (even permanent ones) for free without stopping the rest of the notifications to pop up on the lockscreen as you might want with whatsapp (Oreo only). The rest of the app (blocking and showing notifications with tasker) is locked though.
Had that set and it was still showing. Assumed it was an Android 8 change as it worked great in 7. Saw this app in another thread and so far it's perfect. [link]
Well... it turned out this setting was NOT what I thought it was. Instead it turned notifications off entirely. In order to stop the screen interrupt I use an app called AutoNotification. For the feature I want I think I paid money, but I can't remember...
With AutoNotification I believe it should be possible.
AutoNotification lets you selectively hide notifications, it's worked flawlessly for me
Joao is one of the best devs out there.
Link for the lazy [link]
When the "Advanced Message" shows up - what kinds of things happen on your device? For example - does it generate a notification in the Status Bar? If so you can use a Profile to detect the notification via Tasker's built in context, or using a plugin like <strong>AutoNotification</strong>.
And beyond detecting the notification, Tasker can read all the information within it. So there's likely several ways to accomplish what you want if the regular "Received Text" profile context isn't working.
When the phone is ringing - does a notification show up in your notification tray with a button to answer the call?
If so, you can get around that Tasker 'option disabled' by using the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to have Tasker click the answer button up in the notification automatically.
Beyond that I don't think there's a way to send the #9 using Tasker, however if you're rooted there may be a way with a Shell Command. Perhaps someone here knows.
Yes, with the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> "Tables" action, you can create that kind of layout.
Here's a notification I put together real quick using AutoNotification that is similar to the preview you linked to.
And here is a screenshot of the Task that created that notification. It's not hard to create once you get the height/widths figured out.
The <strong>AutoNotification</strong> Tables Action is likely what you're looking for.
Here is an example pic of a Table Notification, as well as another example pic.
Yes, but you'd need a plug-in such as AutoNotification or Notification Listener.
<strong>AutoNotification</strong> has an action called "Block" that let's you do just that :-}
Umm...you should be able to use the AutoTools > Badge action and select the app, then enter a zero.
AutoTools > Badge
Or are you more talking about a Profile trigger? Do you use/have <strong>AutoNotification</strong>? If so you can just create an Event > AutoNotification > Intercept Profile, select your app's name, and link it to a Task that sets the badge number.
Event > AutoNotification > Intercept
You may need to input some additional info to have the Profile only trigger on notifications that you know create badge number increases, etc.
Yes, can be done. You can use the latest version of <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to block / un-block notifications from any app(s) of your choosing.
So when you connect to your car - your main Task would have AutoNotification block those apps, then in an Exit Task - unblock them. Likewise your main Task will set a variable, like %InMyCarto true.
Then in a separate Profile you would use the App context to choose whatsapp (and a few other apps) as the main context, along with %inMyCar being true. In the linked Task you would just use a single action of Input > Back Button to immediately back out of those Apps.
Input > Back Button
So example of first Profile:
BT Connected > Your Car
A1. AutoNotification > Block > App: Whatsapp (and any others)
A2. Variable Set: %InMyCar To: true
A1. AutoNotification > UN-Block > App: Whatsapp (and the others)
A2. Variable Set: %InMyCar To: false
And then second Profile to back you out of specific apps:
Application > Whatsapp (and any others)
State > Variable: %InMyCar Value: true
A1. Input > Back Button
As mentioned you can use Tasker's built-in Notification Event Profile.
Or, for more detailed control and specification - use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with its "Intercept" Event Profile.
Is it the notification that's waking your phone? Or Tasker's "Say" Action?
If it's the notification, you can use the latest version of <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to block notifications from specific apps, so that none will show up at all. However, AutoNotification will still 'see' them, and can then pass the data to Tasker to use in a Say Action.
And of course based on any conditions or times, etc. you can have AutoNotification turn the blocking off.
Yes <strong>AutoNotification</strong> has a checkbox for "Update" so as long as you address the notification using its ID it will be simple to just change the text.
Keep in mind you'll need to create your initial notification using that plugin as well.
If your incoming texts generate a notification of any kind, you can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to Intercept them and replace them with your own custom notifications, sounds, vibration patterns, etc.
Here is a very <strong>recent example</strong> using this feature.
With AutoNotification for Tasker you can create your own custom tiles the way you prefer them!
Yes the message that flases is a toast. And the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> has a "Toast Intercept" Event Profile that can trigger Tasker from any type of toast message.
Remember when I asked you about the watch? lol
Not too sure on that one then. You could try <strong>AutoNotification</strong> Intercept Profile specifying your email app to immediately dismiss the notification, hopefully before it gets a chance to be sent to your watch. Worth a try.
Custom Quick Settings
Tile Extension for Nougat
among many others depending what you are trying to do
You can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to click the notification.
You set up a profile to intercept the notification and then use the %antouchaction in the AutoNotification Actions action :-}
And if you decide you want to auto-dismiss some or all of the notifications, the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> give you a lot of detailed options.
Have you tried using <strong>AutoNotification</strong> - it can do pretty much anything notification related - most of it things Tasker can't do on its own.
Does the tweet generate a notification in the status bar that in either the Title or the Text of it contains that phone number?
If so can use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> with it's Notification Intercept Event profile that has full regex matching for whatever you'd like ;)
You would use a Profile that triggers on the notification the Hangouts generates. A plugin like <strong>AutoNotification</strong> can be very helpful in refining the criteria of your trigger.
Having taken a look at the questions you posed, there are two plugins that could assist you with these. The first being as you mentioned <strong>AutoNotification</strong>. It has both a general "Notification Intercept" as well as a "Toast Intercept" in its Event Profile triggers.
So regardless of what the app you specify generates or where the info is you want (in notification or in toast) - AutoNotification can grab it, and then store it in Tasker (in a Global or local Variable) until at which point you turn the screen on, or basically - any criteria you want. i.e. screen turns on and a certain shows up, etc.
Another plugin that can help you in creating customized Toasts is the <strong>AutoTools</strong> plugin. Although Tasker can certainly create its own basic toasts (with the Notify > Flash Action), if instead you want something custom (such as custom size/font/colors/etc) then AutoTools can create those for you.
So basically you'd have one Profile/Task that intercepts the notifications (or toasts) from the app(s) you want, and stores that info in say a Global Variable. That way with the screen off Tasker will be storing all that info until you turn the screen back on (or whatever criteria).
Then you'd have a second Profile/Task that activates when the screen comes on, and retrieves that information from the Global Variable, then display it in Toast(s) or in a Tasker Scene in a big scrolling text field or however you want.
That the simple version / general outline. Of course if you're new to using Tasker there will be some learning curve when getting into using AutoNotification, but nothing too crazy ;)
The plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> is the solution for this. It can read any piece of info from any notification, and put it into Tasker variables.
Then based on variables containing the notification's title, text, icon, anything - you can have Tasker decide what to do next.
So you could use that as the trigger for the Task then, utilizing <strong>AutoNotification</strong>'s "Notification Intercept" Event Profile.
The AutoNotification plugin supports creating custom quick tiles.
The other option is to use <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to intercept and then instantly cancel the notification.
It will still appear for a short period of time though so it's not perfect.
Yes, definitely possible.
You can use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to easily do this, by creating the initial notification as being Persistent (and choosing an ID for it) along with all the other notification details you want.
Then after 11pm you would run another AutoNotification action that does nothing other than Update the existing notification, to have it be not Persistent (by unchecking that box), and specifying the same ID you assigned / made up for the original notificaiton.
<strong>AutoNotification</strong> and its Intercept feature.
You could quite easily do this with AutoNotification: [link]
I just looked, and it can trigger from a notification being cancelled, which is what you need.
The AutoBubbles command system works exactly the same as the one in <strong>AutoNotification</strong>.
For example: In the single press command field you'll type "Bubble_Start" or some other text. You then need to setup a profile that reacts to that same command:
Event > Plugin > AutoBubbles > Command filter > Bubble_Start
A1. <insert task actions>
A plugin only has whatever functionality the developer puts into it. For example there's no 'toggle' it seems, just start or stop?
Also sounds like there's no query for the state built into it, so you'll need to use something like <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to look at the notification Twilight generates for Tasker to determine if it's on or off.
You can also contact the Twilight developer(s) to ask them to add this functionality to the plugin. Some devs are more responsive than others in regards to feature requests.
The way to do it with Tasker would be to use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> to have Tasker look at any notification from Twitter, and then Tasker would decide whether it contains the data you're looking for, etc.
Have you tried using <strong>AutoNotification</strong>? It has a ton more options including an "update" feature :-}
Likely it can. For starters - does your device generate any type of notification when the flashlight is on / turned on?
For example a notification up in the status tray, like this? Or, does it flash something on the screen that says like "Flashlight On". Basically what you're looking for is something that Tasker can use as a 'trigger' for the Profile.
If it does generate a notification, the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> can detect that very easily.
Welcome to Tasker and to /r/Tasker!
If you're new to Tasker, it is great to watch all the videos in the Tasker 101 series on Youtube, watch a couple a day, in a couple weeks you'll be well versed in Tasker.
Also if you look to the right in the sidebar of this subreddit --> you'll see a whole bunch of Learning Resource Guide links as well for getting started.
Here's more than 1,000 a thousand Tasks & Profiles to peruse.
Also - here is a link to all the How To/Project Share threads ever posted in this subreddit.
In regards to the specifics of what you'd like to do with Tasker, I'd say it's definitely possible. Once you have the basics of using Tasker down (as per above ;) you can use the notification the voice recorder generates to trigger a Tasker Profile with the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong> (or the connection of the USB/OTG device itself via the plugin <strong>AutoTools</strong>) to trigger the Profile.
In the Task linked to that Profile, one of two things would likely occur. Either you could use Folder Sync, or Drive Sync, to directly sync the files straight from the voice recorder to the cloud (without having to first copy them to the phone), or, yes you'd use Tasker to first copy them to the phone, and then have the sync app sync that folder or files up to the cloud.
The app <strong>DriveSync</strong> has Tasker integration in that Tasker can trigger the beginning of the sync process. Since most of those apps can sync from the external SD Card now, I would think they could sync from a USB type device connected to the phone.
I assume that you're using AutoNotification correct?
Then setup a profile like:
Time => Repeat => every 15 minutes
long click on that codition and add another one:
State => Plugin => AutoNotification => Intercept => (title/ID of the notification)
Then link it to whatever reminder task you want :-}
Just to not make it easy for you ;)
You can (most likely) achive this by using AutoNotification and AutoInput.
I believe there are tutorials and FAQs within the apps, and plenty avalible on the developers website and on the almighty Google.
The thing I found most intriguing about Tasker was to try and figure out how to make it all happen. If you get stuck let me know, I'll write you a tutorial myself :)
> I can trigger the task when the ongoing call notification is generated by hangouts, but I can't find any way to revert the settings after the call ends.
Yes this would be the correct trigger.
You would likely have to use the plugin AutoNotification to detect when that notification clears though (indicating the call has ended) if that's where your sticking point is - i.e. detecting the closing of that notification?
And/or if your sticking point is trying to get out of DND mode, there's usually a notification generated for that as well, and a button in the notification to turn DND off. AutoNotification can 'click' that button.
You need AutoNotification (and the in-app pro upgrade) too. This plugin lets you get more information from and cancel notifications in a more robust way than Tasker offers by itself.
Here's how you can import my profile:
Let me know if you have any issues!
The plugin AutoNotification takes care of every/any aspect of parsing notifications for content you'd like.
It could be an issue. Tasker's built-in handling of Notifications is one of its weak spots. The plugin AutoNotification can handle just about anything related to detecting/querying/creating notifications.
That's great. Then the answer is fairly straightforward. Just use the plugin AutoNotification. There is a Profile Event for "Notification Intercept". It pulls every piece of data from a notification into a set of Tasker variables.
So basically you'd setup that Profile to watch for the "notification saying so n so app is installed.". Then you'd use AN to immediately dismiss that notification and make a new permanent one up in the Status Bar that contains the name of the app just installed (taken from the info in the original system generated notification).
It would have to two buttons you specify. And as long as it remains up there, until it's dismissed with its 'Remove' button, any time additional apps are installed and generate those 'generic' notifications - the Event Profile intercepts them, dismisses them, and then adds/appends the newest app name installed into the text of that Persistent Notification up in the Status Bar.
The latest version of AN is super powerful, and doing things like updating a single field to append that text have been made extremely simple.
Then it's your lucky day!
All you need to do is use the plugin <strong>AutoNotification</strong>, and use it's Intercept feature in an Event Profile, specifying:
Title: Screen Mirroring enabled
Text: Mobile device to Appradio 2 HDMI
And as soon as that notification shows up the Task linked to that Profile will activate, and launch your music player or whatever you'd like!
Ive been having this same issue with autonotification. I use it to push various notifications, and they have not been displaying on my pebble
Sure, here's my profile. I use AutoNotification to intercept and cancel the notification. Tasker can't do it on its own. It is a paid plugin, but well worth it in my opinion. There are free alternatives that can do what you need too, such as Notification Listener. If you choose to use a different plugin, then my profile won't work, but the basic structure should be the same.
A couple of the AutoApps plugins would do this quite easily.
AutoNotification to receive/intercept the notifications, and then you'd use it with either with Tasker's "Vibrate Pattern" Action (which is a pain to use since it's just a sequence of number)..
Or for easier entering of Vibration Patterns use the AutoTools alpha plugin from AutoApps which has a custom vibration creator where you simply tap out your patterns on the screen and save them for use in your Tasks.
There's also this thread that contains some Tasks/Scenes for making custom vibration patterns.
Looks correct. So check that Notification Access is given to Tasker in your settings.
If Tasker is still not setting %NTITLE then you should look into using the plugin AutoNotification. It can detect notifications from just about anything using all kinds of filters.
I use AutoNotification to push notifications for various things. It's very customizable.
AutoNotification is one of the many useful apps in the AutoApps suite. It helps with the creation of more advanced notifications. It also enables some additional notification reaction and cancellation abilities. You may need the pay version for most features. The playstore link. ...Please Note: I am a Bot.. To report errors or request additions, message /u/letestaccount
AutoNotification is one of the many useful apps in the AutoApps suite. It helps with the creation of more advanced notifications. It also enables some additional notification reaction and cancellation abilities. You may need the pay version for most features. The playstore link.
An often used state- "Wifi Near." Tasker has the ability to monitor when ones device is close to a Wifi access point. SSID, MAC as well as signal level can be specified. Relevant info from Userguide
An often used state- "Cell Near." Tasker has the ability to monitor when specific cell tower/s are visible to ones device. While being less power intensive than something like Wifi near, decreased accuracy is often the trade off due to the range of some towers.
Tasker has the ability to determine location via numerous methods, including GPS and Net Location. User Guide Location Contexts. Not all methods of determining ones location are equal. Thins to consider ...Please Note: I am a Bot.. To report errors or request additions, message /u/letestaccount
AutoNotification is one of the many useful apps in the AutoApps suite. It helps with the creation of more advanced notifications. It also enables some additional notification reaction and cancellation abilities. You may need the pay version for most features. The playstore link.
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AutoNotification is one of the many useful apps in the AutoApps suite. It helps with the creation of more advanced notifications. It also enables some additional notification reaction and cancellation abilities. You may need the pay version for most features. The playstore link. ...Please Note: I am a Bot.
Yes, it is possible but you'll have to use the AutoNotification Plugin ([link]).
AutoNotification is one of the many useful apps in the AutoApps suite. It helps with the creation of more advanced notifications. It also enables some additional notification reaction and cancellation abilities. You may need the pay version for most features. The playstore link.
On the main screen, select Notification Blocking and add bluetooth.
I believe <strong>AutoNotification</strong> can do this, not 100% sure though.
Protip: use AutoNotification to filter out spammy notifications. Tasker is optional.
Or install AutoNotification app from Google play and choose that notification to go away