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From the project's README:
Alfred Home Assistant workflow
You will be able to control you lights, get sensor information, trigger automations and look for your devices in device tracker.
This workflow was updated by Lukas Bachschwell in August 2020 to support long-lived access tokens. It is based on the work of Andreas @Skakiz
Home assistant installed and reachable from the computer you run Alfred on. You have to enable to use API password. This is done via the configs. Alfred 2 or higher
You have to provide two settings via alfred command. Just type:
_haurl - followed by the address to the home assistant. IE, https://homeassistant.local:8123. This is stored in the keychain.
_hapassword - followed bt the Long lived access token. This is stored in the keychain. You get this from the profile page in home assistant
hal (Home assistant lights) You will select the light you want to controll and choose the brithness level of the light. Lights that are unreachable will not be shown.
haa (Home assistant autmations) You will select the automation you want to trigger.
has (Home assistant sensors) A list with all your sensors that are available.
had (Home assistant devices) A list with all devices that the device tracker has found and the latest presence.
Eventually to be added
haal (Home assistant alarm cotroll) You will be able to control you alarms. Set alarms (homa and away) and disarm the alarm. It will not store your PIN code.