It's probably coming soon though!
Head over to https://ifttt.com/create, for " ✚This" select and for " ✚That" select .
Share this applet!
This page is meant to help you make your own IFTTT applets for AssistantComputerControl actions.
The entire process is visualized, so you can copy it right off this page!
Creating your own applets can be very useful if you for example want to have multiple
open applets that opens files / folders on your computer
or if you want to use ACC with other services than just your personal assistant! You can execute actions on the press of a widget-button on your phone,
when you enter / leave your house, when your smart-dishwasher is done - the possibilities are infinite!
Take a look at the service list on IFTTT to see what you can pair ACC with! (there are 1506+)
Detailed explanation incoming;
AssistantComputerControl uses IFTTT to communicate with your personal Assistant, and Google has opened up their assistant a bit more than Amazon - with Amazon Alexa you can't use
variables, which is the problem here. The
variables are a placeholder for something undetermined.
This means we can't make IFTTT applets where we say something non-static/predetermined to Alexa from IFTTT. Using Google Assistant we can use the
Write Out applet from ACC
Hey Google, PC write out 'this is not a part of the applet'. The "this is not a part of the applet"-text is the
variable, and ACC will get the text from IFTTT to use. Amazon Alexa cannot do this in IFTTT,
which is why the variable-version of this applet doesn't work for Amazon Alexa.
Last updated: October 01, 2019
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