iCalendar to Voice by Raymond Brink [not supported - use IcalCalendar]

@Brinkie Thanks for all the great work! Happy that it works again.

it doesn’t work for me yet, can someone post an example please?

Would be easier if you‘d tell us what exactly does not work.

One example.
In my calendar there is a event „Homeoffice“.

This event I us as trigger for a flow.

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I can’t get the app to work properly. I’ve added a iCloud calendar through the public share function. Then a trigger 1 min before a event, then send a push notification. It seams like the app can’t read my calendar. Any ideas?


If you are using Apple iCloud it has a webcal:// URL. Maybe you have to change it to http:// or https:// and check that the URL ends with .ics

All settings seem to be correct however Homey refuses to say something when I test the flow. I have triple checked the link in settings (https and .ics)?


Can you show the flow?

You use the same kind of flowcard as I do (see my post of march 8). They don’t work at the moment. My lucky guess is that it’s the same problem. Hope @Brinkie will find the time to fix this.

I would love to try this app as well, but it does not give any speech. Checked it multiple time in just a very simple flow but it does not seem to work.

I am a Homey Pro 2019 user.
Really hope this gets fixed

Can you show us your flow?

I have been facing the voice problem which is why my Skype Mic Not Working at all and due to this I cannot use the skype at all. Please help me to fix the problem so that I can work with it.

Any one got the voice system working again?
I made some simple flows, but homey dosnt say anything

-Volume checked
-Pressed the test button
-Using beta

But still nothing.

HI all

Is this app still in development. I tried the ebta to select "when appointment"and "time between 0830& 18) (aka work, but only if I have an appointment) then do not turn on lights (e.g.)

But I guess that doesn’t work this way.


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I would very much like to use this to automate some processes. Is it possible to have it check my appointments and if x is part of some text trigger a flow?

If you talk about subject in appointment, the answer is yes

Thanks. I was just playing with it now, and it seems the calendar has to be public in order to use it? Seems terribly unsafe, don’t you think?

Also, I cannot even get this to fire