joaoapps_join integration exposes services from
Join. In Home Assistant, the Join features are
divided up in two locations, the Join component, and the Join notify platform.
The notify platform allows us to send messages to Join devices, the component
allows us to access the other special features that Join offers. When in doubt, you can reference the API documentation this is based on.
configuration.yaml file you need to provide the API key and device id
or name of the target device. You can find your device id and API key
To set it up, add the following information to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry notify: - platform: joaoapps_join api_key: YOUR_API_KEY device_id: DEVICE_ID device_ids: DEVICE_ID_1,DEVICE_ID_2 device_names: DEVICE_1_NAME,DEVICE_2_NAME name: NAME joaoapps_join: - name: NAME_OF_GROUP device_id: GROUP.GROUP_NAME api_key: YOUR_API_KEY
The name parameter is optional but needed if you want to use multiple notification platforms. The platform will be exposed as service
notify.<name>. The name will default to
notify if not supplied. See the Notifications Component for more details.
Use only one of
device_names, this will determine the notification recipient(s).
# Example configuration.yaml entry notify: - platform: joaoapps_join api_key: YOUR_API_KEY device_id: DEVICE_ID1 name: NAME1 - platform: joaoapps_join api_key: YOUR_API_KEY device_id: DEVICE_ID2 name: NAME2
The notify service has several optional parameters:
You can use them like so:
message: Hello from Home Assistant! title: Home Assistant data: icon: https://goo.gl/xeetdy smallicon: https://goo.gl/xeetdy vibration: 0,65,706,86,657,95,668,100 image: https://www.home-assistant.io/images/favicon-192x192-full.png sound: https://goo.gl/asasde.mp3 url: https://home-assistant.io notification_id: hass-notification tts: Notification from Home Assistant tts_language: english actions: Netflix: Tweet: - Tweet from HASS! Sleep:
The services exposed in the
joaoapps_join integration can be used with the
service data described below: