document updated a month ago, on Sep 1, 2022
Various ways to learn Tasker more in-depth
I find Tasker a little daunting to learn. It seems like there's minimal documentation, and it's closed-source, so you can't even dig into it that way.
- If you haven't used Tasker in a while, it can help to take a refresher by reviewing some recent YouTube videos on the subject.
- The new Taskernet.com features are nice. While it would be nicer if you could list the Profiles + Tasks on the website before you download, it's not too hard to:
- Within Tasker, find a "public share" (AKA "project") that does something similar to what you want, and download it.
- Click on the project icon on the bottom of the screen.
- (optional, but unless you definitely want this specific project's functionality, you'll probably want to disable this project, using the toggle on the upper-right)
- Now, explore the Profile and Task settings for that project, to get an idea how to implement it in your own Profiles/Tasks.
- There's actually a decent amount of documentation, but I find specific parts of the documentation to be useful: