NOTICE: the app needs to be reinstalled , since we had to made an ID change. The first app is not available in the store anymore!
Current flows continue to work, but it’s advised to install the new app and change the flow cards. After that you can remove the old app with version number : 0.1.1.
You can see the version number on the mobile app: More → Apps → Flow Utilities
I really like this idea, did find a bug, and have some feature requests:
I needed to reboot the app before all variables/tokens were created/registered after creating them in the app settings, would result in error(s) before I did so.
A popup warning for the “delete all” button, people with fat finger Will accidentally delete all their variables.
I Assume these are already on your to-do list:
Trigger card(s), for when variables have changed, like the duration, for example the “stop duration” could be stopped in several flows, adding all calculations in all those flows is kinda redundant.
Also better for flow management, as you really know when a value has changed/updated to the new value, delays in the flow cards work, but could result in (edge case) mishaps (and the end result can come in faster, not after at least 4 seconds when using all calculations).
I’ve installed the app but haven’t figured it out yet. But I hope it should work.
I want to calculate the consumption of my kWh meter for the day.
So “start position” meter, “end position” meter and calculate as end position - start position = daily consumption.
Start standings at 00:01 and end standings at 23:59.
Can you give me a hint ?
If I create a variable in the Homey app, I see it immediately on the web app.
If I create a variable in the web app, I see it immediately in the Homey app.
I don’t have to restart the app.
Awesome that you installed the app. For just your case we created this app.
I think you need te following setup: Note: 1 & 10 will be your tag/variable of your energie meter to get current counter. The ? will be the tag created by Flow Utilities app (For some reason this doesn’t show in shared flows). So in this case Kwhmeter verschil or if you have English setup it will be Kwhmeter difference
Thank you for the explanation. I was misled by your used 1 and 10. Because I want to know the difference of the same meter, I have to enter the same twice. As in the example with both flows, a 1. I fill there the aggregated meter reading, that should be my daily consumption with the solar panels included. And when I manually execute the flows, calculations are also made. So it works. Thank you.
And I bought you a beer.