In addition to the normal web based alarms, and pushover, there is also integration for IFTTT Maker.
With Maker you are able to integrate with all the other IFTTT Channels. For example you can send a tweet when there is an alarm, change the color of hue light, send an email, send and sms, and so much more.
Find your secret key on the maker page
Configure Nightscout by setting these environment variables:
makershould be added to the list of plugin, for example:
MAKER_KEY- Set this to your secret key that you located in step 2, for example:
MAKER_KEY="abcMyExampleabc123defjt1DeNSiftttmak-XQb69p"This also support a space delimited list of keys.
MAKER_ANNOUNCEMENT_KEY- An optional Maker key, will be used for system wide user generated announcements. If not defined this will fallback to
MAKER_KEY. A possible use for this is sending important messages and alarms to a CWD that you don’t want to send all notification too. This also support a space delimited list of keys.
Plugins can create custom events, but all events sent to maker will be prefixed with
ns-. The core events are:
ns-event - This event is sent to the maker service for all alarms and notifications. This is good catch all event for general logging.
ns-allclear - This event is sent to the maker service when an alarm has been ack’d or when the server starts up without triggering any alarms. For example, you could use this event to turn a light to green.
ns-info - Plugins that generate notifications at the info level will cause this event to also be triggered. It will be sent in addition to
ns-warning - Alarms at the warning level with cause this event to also be triggered. It will be sent in addition to
ns-urgent - Alarms at the urgent level with cause this event to also be triggered. It will be sent in addition to
- see the full list of events
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