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New for Netvibes Potions: Google Drive and Netatmo Thermostat

Today we’ve added two new ingredients so you can do even more with Netvibes Potions. You can now remotely control your Netatmo Thermostat and upload files to Google Drive automatically, in response to custom triggers or events. Let’s see how the new Potion ingredients work.

With Potions, you can be a wizard of the Internet of Things by controlling automatic interactions from your dashboard. Achieve more in your business by automating actions (for example, When website traffic increases for 5 days in a row, then email the team). Or take control of your personal life by automating apps and smart devices (e.g., When I post a photo on Instagram, then automatically share the picture on Facebook and Tumblr).

To create your own Potion, simply mix-and-match the Trigger(s) and Action(s) you want to take place. Potions are fully customizable, and the possibilities are endless! (Learn more about using Potions in our documentation).

Here are some Potions you can activate today using the new ingredients:

Google Drive
Supported action:
Upload a file to Google Drive
You can specify a custom prefix for the file name and select which Folder to save to on Google Drive

Example Potions you can create:

  • Save Photos: When I post a new photo on Instagram, automatically save the photo to Google Drive

  • Document archiving: When I receive an email from my PR Agency with “Monthly Report” in the subject line, then automatically upload the attachment to Google Drive in my “PR Reports” folder.

Netatmo Thermostat
Supported actions:

  • Set Thermostat mode (Default, Away, Off, Max, or Frost-Guard)
  • Set Thermostat temperature

Example Potions you can create:

  • Vacation Thermostat: When I leave for vacation on June 1, then set my Netatmo Thermostat to “Off” mode.

  • Hot Day: When the outdoor temperature exceeds 90°F / 32°C, then set my Netatmo Thermostat to 65°F / 18°C.

Potions are available for all Netvibes dashboards. VIP and Premium users enjoy unlimited Potions, while Basic users are limited to 5 active Potions at once. Create your own dashboard Potion at www.netvibes.com, or contact us for a free demo.

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  • Reply Robt Gries June 2, 2019 at 12:22 am

    I cannot believe anyone representing Motorcyclist could make a statement that Shaun Lennard made and can actually believe that. How can hitting a tree be more dangerous than hitting a steel post, both will kill you.The trouble is previously we had some trees now in the case of the road between Sale & Bairnsdale Vic Roads are adding thousands of steel posts to the side and the middle of the road where there were no trees especially in the middle of the road. Everyone of these posts has the potential to kill you and prior to this there was only a occasional tree to hit and in most cases a run off area that gave a chance for survival. Now there will be none.The passing lanes that will have a barrier in the middle of the road are now the most dangerous place to be, if you are passing a car and he decides to pass a vehicle we all know what the result will be. The erection of these barriers defy logic when you think in terms of motorcycle riding. I have written to VIcRoads asking them to provide their testing that proves the WRB is safe for motorcycles. In their propaganda they mention how safe it is for cars & small trucks but no mention of M/C and to date have not been able or willing to provide any study with actual testing of the safety has been provided.What they have said (and expressed it in Emails) is that it is safer for the majority of the road users. Obviously the M/C as a minor user is expendable and our death doesn’t count as long as the car driver is protected.I can list many more reasons all of which are obvious to us as to why the erection of WRB should not continue.I recommend that Shaun Lennard be asked to resign his position as he is not representing the concerns of Motorcyclists or simply does not have a real grasp on the dangers represented by all the supposed safety road improvements that are currently being made in the name of safety.Obviously some one is making millions of dollars at the ignored dangers to the motorc

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