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The microphone input provides the ability to monitor the level of the microphone with a range from -10 to 50 select a rule and enter a number within the above range to compare with.
The accelerometer allows you to monitor the acceleration (or rotation) of your device, with a range from -10 to 10 across a 180 degree axis. Use this range with any rule to trigger an output based on the movement of you device.
The proximity sensor allows you to detect when someone is very near to your device, the sensor is located inside the earpiece used for making calls on your phone, the proximity sensor also disables the screen but does not effect the working of the app. Choose between equal to or not equal to along with a bool/switch value of ON or OFF to detect the state of the sensor and trigger an output.
The camera input allows you to monitor the brightness of your location, the brightness can be detected within a range of -6 to 6 and along with any rule can trigger an output.
The time input allows you to trigger outputs based on the current time in a 24hr format 24:00:00. Select a rule and enter a time to trigger an output.
If the selected input is equal to the value entered
If the selected input is not equal to the value entered
If the selected input is less than the value entered
If the selected input is greater than the value entered
If the selected input if less than or equal to the value entered
If the selected input is greater than or equal to the value entered
The speaker output triggers an alarm sound.
The vibrate output triggers one vibration of the phone for every input and rule match.
The light output will turn on the camera flash of your device every time a rule is matched.
The email output will send an email via whatgoesin.com to the entered email address with the entered message, the message limit is 25 characters.
The web output will send a web request in the background to the entered URL every time a rule is triggered.
The counter output will count up by one for every second the input and rule are matched, it also allows you to view the counter online if you have connected triggers with your twitter account on your device and online.
You may find some inputs and outputs are greyed out, this is either becuase your device does not support them or they are not available to use in combination with another trigger.
To share a trigger your device must have a twitter account associated with it, when you view your triggers on the app and you have allowed the app to access your account the share buttons will be enabled.
To use the online counter, make sure you have a twitter account associated with your device, select the counter option as your output and when it becomes available, toggle the 'COUNT ONLINE' button untill it reads 'COUNT ONLINE is ON'.
The speed of your trigger is the frequency at which your rule is checked against the input value (the lower the number the faster the response). The direction is a toggle button between Straight and Looped, If set to 'straight' the trigger will stop after the first output is triggered, if set to 'looped' the trigger will not stop untill told to or the phone is locked.