AlarmPad has a new test version out with two new Tasker plugins plus two significant changes to the existing ones. We have written about AlarmPad's integration to Tasker before in case you want to check it out.
The first change is the ability to choose multiple alarms on some plugins where that selection makes sense. For example, on the "run action" plugin, you can now select multiple alarms to toggle their status, enable or disable them. The "run" option continues to allow only one alarm.
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Click on "Set custom date" to enter Tasker variables associated with a year, month and day. Then enter the variables for the hour and minute of your alarm to set it. Note that the "hour" field follows the 24-hour format. Values allowed are numbers from 0 (midnight) to 23 (11pm). Minutes allowed are numbers from 0 to 59.
You have to enter valid variable names in those fields containing the numbers. AlarmPad will replace the variable name with its value when the task is called. Entering the numbers directly won't work.
Finally, check the box "automatically delete after running" if you want the alarm to be deleted after it triggers and you dismiss it. Important: this will delete the alarm even you have a recurrence set to it.
We hope you will enjoy these new additions to AlarmPad's functionality on Tasker.
Click here to see our previous post covering the existing Tasker plugins.