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AutoVoice has a few different built in variables, including an array that contains all the individual words in the recognized command, i.e. %avword1, %avword2 etc.
Here’s a quick and simple way to tweet to Twitter from Tasker, and it even supports photos!
AutoShortcut might be more subtle in its usefulness than some of its more famous AutoSiblings, but it’s nonetheless a great tool to have in your Tasker
I’ve previously written about how you can use AutoShare to access Google Now searches without having to split your voice command in two. That disables
Disclaimer: The Tasker PAI series is a series of Tasker articles “Provided As Is“. They are marked as such because there’s an above average likelihood that something
Most of the time, my Tasker articles talk about general concepts and ways of doing things, rather than provide step-by-step instructions. When I do provide
AutoVoice is neat, but to be able to use it for everything, it’s important to be able to tie it into existing voice control services.
The ability to chain together commands in AutoVoice is one of the advantages it has over the stock Get Voice action, but there’s also a
I often see people having issues with importing something to Tasker, and I sometimes include downloadable files in my articles so that I also need
Back in 2012, I wrote a beginner’s guide to Tasker that currently consists of 7 parts. With the UI overhaul that Tasker got a couple