by Zach Young
Play a random talk from General Conference from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as an alarm.
At the specified times, a random conference talk will be played and a notification will pop up that will allow you to stop or snooze the alarm.
Run "Main" fiber to start. Some of the options you can easily set are:
- The folder on your phone to store downloaded conference talks. Ensure you pick a new empty folder for best results.
- Max file count
- Maximum number of conference talks to store on your device. Every night at 1am this flow will download and store up to that many talks on the device. Set to a low number if you're low on space, or a high number if you're planning on not having an internet connection for a while and want to still be able to use this flow as an alarm offline.
- Alarm time
- Days of the week and time of day for the alarm to sound.
This flow will delete audio files after playing them. It will not delete files if you change the max file count to be less than the current number of files, this is in case you accidently choose the wrong directory for this flow to operate in.
This flow will also check for updates and ask to update if your version is out of date. If you don't want to be notified of updates, disconnect the "new" path on block 137.
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