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homebridge-presence-switch-msgraph

Homebridge Presence Switch for Microsoft Graph

by Elio Struyf

1.7.0 (see all)License:MITTypeScript:Not Found
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Presence switch connected to Microsoft Graph

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More information for now can be found here: https://www.eliostruyf.com/diy-building-busy-light-show-microsoft-teams-presence/.

Info: Since verions 1.3.0 the plugin added state switches. These switches can be used for HomeKit automation. You can still use the API approach as well. This now supports the Do Not Disturb mode as well.

Custom activity

As of version 1.5.0 you are now able to add custom activity statuses to the plugin. This mean, that besides the availablity (available, away, busy, and donotdisturb) statuses, you can now add your own activities you want to track.

Supported activities are: Available, Away, BeRightBack, Busy, DoNotDisturb, InACall, InAConferenceCall, Inactive, InAMeeting, Offline, OffWork, OutOfOffice, PresenceUnknown, Presenting, UrgentInterruptionsOnly.

If you want to add for instance a InACall activity status, you can do this by adding the activity status to the statusColor config object as follows:

{
  ...,

  "statusColors": {
    ...,

    "InACall": {
      "red": 255,
      "green": 0,
      "blue": 0
    }
  }
}

Info: each off these activities you add, will also get a corresponding switch. That way you can add do Homekit automation based on the state of these switches.

Config

The accessory config could look like this:

{
  "accessory": "presence-switch",
  "name": "Presence Indicator",
  "appId": "66204339-daf1-40fa-aa31-57342272edce",
  "interval": 1,
  "setColorApi": "http://127.0.0.1:5000/api/switch",
  "offApi": "http://127.0.0.1:5000/api/off",
  "onApi": "http://127.0.0.1:5000/api/on",
  "startTime": "8:30",
  "endTime": "18:00",
  "weekend": false,
  "statusColors": {
    "available": {
      "red": 0,
      "green": 144,
      "blue": 0
    },
    "away": {
      "red": 255,
      "green": 191,
      "blue": 0
    },
    "busy": {
      "red": 179,
      "green": 0,
      "blue": 0
    },
    "donotdisturb": {
      "red": 149,
      "green": 0,
      "blue": 0
    },
    "<activity>": {
      "red": 255,
      "green": 0,
      "blue": 0
    }
  },
  "lightType": "",
  "debug": true
}

Since version 1.3.0 the plugin contains 5 state switches:

  • Offline
  • Do not disturb
  • Busy
  • Away
  • Available

These switches can be used in HomeKit automation. If you use these, you do not have to set setColorApi, offApi, and onApi. Config could look like this:

{
  "accessory": "presence-switch",
  "name": "Presence Indicator",
  "appId": "66204339-daf1-40fa-aa31-57342272edce",
  "interval": 1,
  "startTime": "8:30",
  "endTime": "18:00",
  "weekend": false,
}

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