Does anyone have tip when it comes to logging all flows that are active? had been nice to have a log where you could see when they are active. json script? I’m not into scripting. I use power of the hour and would like to see when estimation notice reset e.g.
Not a solution to all flows, unfortunately, but you could add a action to write to the Timeline in the flow, then you would get the timestamp when it’s excuting.
You could use the app Papertrails. You will have add card to all the flows, but for me it works great.
With the push of one button!
Wich card do you use in the flows? You put it in the “Then”?
I am using
Which means “Send syslog text”. I am using it to send any line of text to my NAS. In this way I can always do some troubleshooting if something doesn’t work as expected.
What Roco probably meant by “with the push of one button”:
To be able to discover what your flows are doing and when, and how many times (per sec), you can consider installing the
Papertrails app , and add log cards to all of your flows in just one go.
It also adds ELSE logcards, if the THEN ELSE part is used in a flow.
It even replaces SimpleLog cards if present.
It doesn’t replace existing Papertrails logcards.
After installing PaperTrails,
goto (using Chrome of Firefox): homeybackup.web.app
Make sure you made a recent backup .
The script halts at the first broken flow, use the "
Flow Checker" app to get a list of all broken flows, so you can repair or delete them.
Then, select Papertrails at the very bottom left side, then select Maintenance.
From there just follow instructions.
Monitoring your logs / flows:
Via mobile Homey app: go to …More > apps > Papertrails and hit “Configure”
developer app settings and select Papertrails.
This way you can monitor your flows realtime, without needing to leave the mobile Homey app.
Or, on a pc/laptop, you can edit your flows and monitor the logs with two browser panes next to eachother
Nice thank you very much:pray: