Receive a notification at the end of a cycle
Other popular GE Appliances Dryer workflows and automations
- Change the light to notify me that my laundry is dry
- If the end of Cycle Alarm is activated, change all lights to red
- Extend your dryer tumble
- Get an email when GE Appliances Dryer publishes a new trigger or action
- At the end of cycle, blink all lights
- Get an email when a new GE Appliances Dryer Applet is published
- Extend your dryer tumble cycle with Alexa
Useful GE Appliances Dryer and Swidget integrations
Triggers (If this)
- Turned OnThis trigger fires when the specified Swidget device turns on.
- End of cycleThis Trigger fires every time your GE Dryer finishes a cycle.
- Turned OffThis trigger fires when the specified Swidget device turns off.
- End of cycle alarmThis Trigger fires 30 minutes after the end of a dryer cycle.
- Temperature goes aboveThe trigger fires when the temperature goes above a given threshold.
- Cycle ends in 10 minutesThis Trigger fires 10 minutes before the dryer cycle is over.
- Temperature goes belowThis trigger fires when the temperature goes below a given value.
- Humidity goes aboveThis trigger fires when the humidity goes above a given value.
- Humidity goes belowThis trigger fires when the humidity goes below a given value.
- Motion beginsThe trigger fires when motion sensor detects occupancy.
- Motion endsThe trigger fires when motion sensor reports vacancy.
- Air quality improvesThis trigger fires when the air quality goes over a given value.
- Air quality declinesThis trigger fires when the air quality goes below a given value.
Actions (Then that)
- Turn OnThis action will turn your selected Swidget device on.
- Extend tumbleThis Action will tell your dryer to utilize extended tumble for the current running cycle. If the cycle is not running, this Action will have no effect.
- Turn OffThis action will turn your selected Swidget device Off.
- Set Dimmer LevelThis action will set your Swidget dimmer device to the specified level.
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