Regular Action App

The Regular Action App allows you to set one status manually from a tag scan. That status will then time out after a period of time you specify to display a second status.

Can you be used for anything that needs a regular action to be checked, for example cleaning or monitoring.

Regular Action Settings

Time Lapse (Fixed)

This sets the amount of time between you setting the ‘action completed message’ before the App automatically switches back to the ‘action not completed’ message.

Title (Fixed)

Set your own title or leave blank for no title.

Action Not Completed (Fixed)

This is the message that will appear after you have clicked the ‘Set’ button on the live App. This is usually the ‘positive’ message that something has been done or completed.

Action Not Completed (Fixed)

This is the message that will appear after the time lapse has been completed. This is usually the negative message to indicate that something hasn’t been done.

Trigger

This is currently set to manual only and cannot be changed.

Fixed elements cannot be altered after the App has been set. Flex elements can be altered after the App has been set.

Example Use : Did anyone feed the cat ?

The scenario is that multiple members of the family want to know if the cat has been fed. The Yokti tag is placed next to or on the cat food bowl and the Regular Action App is selected.

Set the Time Lapse to match how long between each feed – let’s say 6 hours. Set the Title to ‘Has the cat been fed ?’ and then Action Completed to ‘Yes’ and ‘Action Not Completed’ to ‘No. She is hungry’. (or similar..). Trigger to manual and Confirm App. 

Now. When the the tag is scanned, it will default to the not completed so the App will screen will display ‘Has the cat been fed‘ and ‘No. She is hungry‘. After feeding the cat, tap the ‘Set’ button and for the next six hours, the App will display ‘Has the cat been fed‘ and ‘Yes‘.

After six hours, the App will automatically change and on tag scan will display ‘No. She is hungry‘ again.

Anyone who scans the tag can now check if the cat has been fed. Much to the disappointment of the cat.