I don’t think anyone likes it when someone tries to get into their personal files. It’s no one’s business but your own, but there are some people out there that just don’t get that. To get an alert when someone tries to open your personal files, you can use the following Tasker profile:
Having your WhatsApp notifications read out loud can be really helpful sometimes. To set this up, below is the Tasker profile you’ll need:
This profile can help you stay safe and privacy-friendly. Personally speaking, I use this profile while at work or college so that no one uses certain private apps.
If you insist on being an early adopter, at least make sure the device has solid hardware. Software updates can be added over time, but hardware limitations will stick with a product for as long as you use it (usually).
Got more than one account using your Outlook phone app? You can control the notifications from each.
Not being able to answer a call can be devastating, especially if it’s an important one. Don’t let that happen to you with this useful Tasker profile.
Great for the multi-tasker, Play My Emails is a powerful feature of Outlook. It uses Cortana’s artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to do more than just read emails. Cortana will check Outlook and let you know about meeting changes or conflicts. It can give email details, like who else received the email, if it’s a long or short email, and how long the email is to read. The Play My Emails for iOS is available in Canada, the US, United Kingdom, Australia, and India. For Android, it’s only available in the US. Expect it to come to you eventually.
Maybe it’s priced just right…and their competitors are just way overpriced? Mind blown, right? Most of the time, “cheap equals junk” is a pretty good rule. But if you do your research, there are some exceptions. The Wyze Cam is a versatile IP cam. It’s priced at a fraction the cost of its competitors and is a tremendous value. Other examples of great value smart products are Sengled smart bulbs and Sonoff smart switches (great for DIY projects).
Use ⌘Cmd+Shift+A (PC: Alt+A) to mute/unmute your audio.
In many states, power companies offer rebates when you buy a new smart thermostat. I’ve seen rebates that range from $25-$100. The additional rebate can make buying a smart thermostat a no-brainer. You may also be able to score a discount from your homeowner’s insurance for security related products.