by Jacob Mendez
Originally by ENOCH OU
The flow was modeled after JARVIS from Iron Man. When you turn your screen on for the first time after 5am, she will announce the time, weather, and some basic notification info. Then she'll open your calendar and announce your events within the next 24 hours.
Example: "Good Morning Sir Chester. It's Wednesday July 4, 7am. The weather in Toronto is 17 degrees with scattered clouds. Your calendar indicates that you have 2 events scheduled for today. Would you like to view them?"..."As you wish. Here's today's agenda."
Voice activated - requires voice confirmation before announcing calendar events eg.
"Meet Amy at 3:45PM, Buy groceries at 8:00PM"
Without the voice confirmation she will ask "Would you like me to remind you later?"
"I will remind you in 10 minutes"
Download the IVONA Text-to-Speech app and download the free "Amy" voice. Then set all the speech blocks (which have all been aligned to one column) to use that voice. I use IVONA because it sounds more natural than google's voice, there's a smaller delay between when the speech block is triggered and when it actually starts speaking, and there's a more natural pause between sentences.
1. To provide vocal confirmation, you can say any of the following: yes, ya, yup, yep, sure, do it, go for it
2. An alternate version "⚛ JARVIS (Free: Alarm)" is triggered by an alarm instead of an unlock.
3. I haven't yet figured out how to differentiate between 1 Facebook message and 2 Facebook messages in the notification, so she will just assume that there is "one Facebook message" if there is at least one.
4. You can change the start of the day to a time other than 5am. Edit the time in the last block, at the bottom of the flow.
Shoutout to Skizuki for coming up with trigger method.
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