Record your commute time on your calendar with IFTTT

It was like that when I was a new employee.

The 7 o'clock start time does not mean that you have to go to work by 7 o'clock, but that you start work at 7 o'clock. So, you have to come 20-30 minutes before the start time, check your to-dos for the day, and get ready for work.

At that time, it was 7 pm and 4 pm work.

It's been a long time, but I'm still trying to keep the deputy's words. Today's tasks are checked the day before thanks to the iPhone, and when I wake up in the morning, I check them again.

However, as the self-responsibility system has recently been implemented, it is not unusual, but I have come to work once or twice outside of working hours.

So I wanted to keep a record of what time I go to work. Except, of course, not just manually recording it.

When the beacon came out a few years ago, I was thinking about what to do with it, and I made an away app, but I hardcoded the beacon UUID and used it alone, but it wasn't fun because I didn't use it together.

Anyway, I was thinking about how to do this and made it using IFTTT. The iPhone has to look at the location, so battery consumption is large, but after the geofencing function came out on the iPhone, the battery consumption was very reduced, so I decided to try it.

In the meantime, I tried to record not only work, but also the time I went in and out of the house.

Track your work hours in iOS Calendar  Just look at the applet and set the location to your workplace. And you can create two applets for entering and exiting. If it is too narrow, it will not be recognized well, so it is better to adjust the size.

You can see on the calendar the time you left home and went to Gimpo Airport to go on a business trip to Japan. Since entering Gimpo Airport does not go every day, when you check-in at Foursquare, a calendar event is automatically created.


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