There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant:
The free tier is limited to 500 pushes per month.
pushbullet sensor platform reads messages from Pushbullet, a free service to send information between your phones, browsers, and friends. This sensor platform provides sensors that show the properties of the latest received Pushbullet notification mirror.
Notification Mirroring allows users to see their Android device’s notifications on their computer. It must be first enabled in the app and is currently only available on the Android platform. For more information, please see this announcement on the Pushbullet Blog.
Go to https://www.pushbullet.com/#settings/account to retrieve your API key/access token.
To enable the Pushbullet sensor in your installation, add the following to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry sensor: - platform: pushbullet api_key: YOUR_API_KEY monitored_conditions: - body
Your Pushbullet API key.
Properties of the push to monitor.
The application sending the push.
Body of the message.
ID of the notification.
Tag (if the application sending supports it).
Name of the sender’s package.
The email of the push’s target.
The sender of the push.
ID of the sender’s device.
Title of the push.
Type of push.
All properties will be displayed as attributes. The properties array are just for logging the sensor readings for multiple properties.
To enable Pushbullet notifications in your installation, add the following to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry notify: - name: NOTIFIER_NAME platform: pushbullet api_key: YOUR_API_KEY
Enter the API key for Pushbullet. Go to https://www.pushbullet.com/#settings/account to retrieve your API key/access token.
Setting the optional parameter
nameallows multiple notifiers to be created. The default value is
notify. The notifier will bind to the service
Pushbullet is a notify platform and thus can be controlled by calling the notify service as described here. It will send a notification to all devices registered in the Pushbullet account. An optional target parameter can be given to Pushbullet to specify specific account’s devices, contacts or channels.
||Contact’s email address||
||Contact’s phone number||
If using targets, your own account’s email address functions as ‘send to all devices’. All targets are verified (if exists) before sending, except email.
message: A message for many people target: - device/telephone - email/[email protected]le.com - channel/my_home - sms/0612345678
To use notifications, please see the getting started with automation page.
action: service: notify.NOTIFIER_NAME data: title: Send URL message: This is an url data: url: google.com
url(Required): Page URL to send with Pushbullet.
action: service: notify.NOTIFIER_NAME data: title: Send file message: This is a file data: file: /path/to/my/file
file(Required): File to send with Pushbullet.
action: service: notify.NOTIFIER_NAME data: title: Send file message: This is a file URL data: file_url: https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2014/06/03/19/38/test-361512_960_720.jpg
file_url(Required): File to send with Pushbullet.
action: service: notify.NOTIFIER_NAME data: title: "Send to one device" message: "This only goes to one specific device" target: device/DEVICE_NAME
target: Pushbullet device to receive the notification.
Don’t forget to whitelist external directories, so Home Assistant has access to them.