MMM-Memo - Add some memos on your page and manage them through HTTP request
I just uploaded a module I created for my MagicMirror implementation.
The aim of the module is to add one or many notes on the screen and to manage them using HTTP requests.
I created with module because I use a voice control solution (Jarvis) and I wanted to automatically add a note on the screen by saying to Jarvis “Add the memo ‘Don’t forget to buy eggs’ on Peter’s profile”.
The README description includes details… Let’s play…
Wow, really nice and usefull! Will try it out tonight!
For someone who needs lists… this is awesome!
@schnibel Awesome module!
Thank you for your messages.
I also wanted to tell you that I added the “Display” functionalities using the default alert module. So you just have to ‘git pull’ :)
Don’t hesitate to propose any suggestions.
@schnibel Hi! Thank you for this module! I’m currently using it in a quiet different way. :) I’m a frequent flyer (fly 4 times a week) so, from time to time I have to message my wife to tell that a flight is late (or canceled). So, to get around this problem I set up a new gmail-account for my Mirror, then I joined “Flight Aware” with that account. On the site, you can set to be sent information mails for specific flight-numbers. I set up to get mails on start, land and changes for my “flights”. These mails then are picked up with a python-script that parse them and send a “refined” version of the information to a “memo” on the mirror, that then “popup” automatically. So, now my wife only have to glance at the mirror to know when I will land and if there are any changes in the schedule. All automatically. :)
Thank you for making it possible. :)
This is so 100% nerdy :D
But I like the idea!
@Snille Awesome ! I love the idea !
I love this module, but have a few requests:
I’d like to get rid of the pin. I want to make it more professional looking.
What css should I use in custom.css to left-align the text in the memos? I can’t figure out what to use.
You should add a different font option. I had to override it custom.css.