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Scheduled Trigger

It is common in home automation to want to program a scene: every day? Once a day ? once a week ? Once a month ? Every 15 minutes?

Gladys offers a trigger that allows you to program the execution of a scene.

There are 5 types of programming possible:

  • Every month
  • Every week
  • Everyday
  • At intervals
  • On a specific day

Presentation of the different possibilities:

Every month#

This trigger allows you to schedule the execution of a scene, every month on a specific day of the month.

This is useful if, for example, you want to run a scene every 1st of the month.

Scene scheduled every month

Every week#

This trigger lets you schedule a scene to run on certain days of the week at a specific time.

It is probably the most used trigger, because it allows you to set up everything that is "daily routine".

If you want to wake up to a custom scene, every day of the week (Monday-Friday) at 7am, this is what it will look like:

Scene scheduled every week

Everyday#

This trigger allows you to trigger a scene every day at a specific time.

Useful for all recurring tasks that occur every day of the week.

Scene scheduled every day

Interval#

This trigger is special. It allows you to program a scene, not by "day" but at a particular interval (every 30 seconds, every 15 minutes, every hour).

Example:

Scene scheduled at interval

On a specific date#

This trigger allows you to schedule your scene on a specific day and at a specific time.

Example: June 4, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.

Scene scheduled every day