Condition - Calendar Event

The condition Calendar Event checks, whether an event on the calendar is currently active.

 

Examples:
  • Send an SMS to the calling number telling when your meeting ends
  • Don't let the SMS be read aloud in a meeting
Settings
Starting
The start time offset the condition should consider an event as active.
Ending
The end time offset the condition should consider an event as active.
Calendars
A comma separated list of calendar names that should be checked for events. The values can contain glob pattern characters like * and ?. Variables are supported.
Titles
A comma separated list of event titles to match. The values can contain glob pattern characters like * and ?. Variables are supported.

Examples:
  • Plan* matches titles like Planning, Plan B etc.
Descriptions
A comma separated list of event descriptions to match. The values can contain glob pattern characters like * and ?. Variables are supported.
Locations
A comma separated list of event locations to match. The values can contain glob pattern characters like * and ?. Variables are supported.
Event Type
Whether the trigger should consider all day events or regular events (not all day) or both.
Event Availability
Whether the trigger should consider events marked as free, busy or tentative.
Multiple Events
The event that should be preferred to fill the variables when multiple events match the defined criteria of the condition.
A variable is a container for a value that can be used in many actions and conditions to dynamically define a part of a text.
See action Script for a description.

Supplied Variables
event_calendar
the name of the calendar of the event
event_title
the title of the event
event_description
the description of the event
event_location
the location of the event
event_start
the start time of the event
event_end
the end time of the event
event_all_day
boolean indicating if the event is all day or not
event_availability
FREE, BUSY or TENTATIVE depending on the availability of the event
event_id
the ID of the event