Daily Journal (Email)
Other popular Evernote workflows and automations
- Evernoteのメモを「Day One」へ
- Log Reddit Upvotes
- Quickly create a note
- Stock tracker for Evernote
- Add NAACP news to Evernote
- Create notes for each task
- Log Calls Made to Evernote
- Add to a note in Evernote
Useful Evernote and PMMI Lighting integrations
Triggers (If this)
- Get Areas and Current StateThis query returns area names, light levels, and types for all exposed areas for a specified serial number. Exposed areas are those with a numerical Display Order provided in the PMMI config file spreadsheet. Areas will be returned in Display Order.
- Get ScenesThis query returns valid scene names for a specified serial number.
- Get System InfoThis query returns lighting controller system information for a specified serial number including system name, type, software version, and current home/away state.
Actions (Then that)
- Create a noteThis Action will create a new note in the notebook you specify.
- Toggle "Any" Area ON or OFFThis action will toggle an area ON of OFF. All areas (dimmable, toggle only, and daylight harvesting) are applicable to this action.
- Append to noteThis Action will append to a note as determined by its title and notebook. Once a note’s size reaches 2MB a new note will be created.
- Set "Dimmable" Area Light LevelThis action will set a "dimmable" Area/Zone light level between 0 and 100% using a specified transition time.
- Append a to-do to noteThis Action will append a to-do checkbox to a note as determined by its title and notebook. Once a note’s size reaches 2MB a new note will be created.
- Trigger A SceneThis action will trigger a scene.
- Create a link noteThis Action will create a new link note from a source URL in the notebook you specify.
- Create image note from URLThis Action will create a new note with an image attachment in the notebook you specify.
- Create an audio note from URLThis Action will create a new note with an audio attachment in the notebook you specify.
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