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Community highlights: 23rd edition

The 23rd edition of the Home Assistant Community Highlights! Some interesting things have popped up in our community that we thought were worth sharing.

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Blueprint of the week

This week’s blueprint is all about medication. You may forget to swallow it. What if you create an automation that sends you a reminder message every time? Mati24 has now made a practical blueprint for it, give it a try!

Read more about it on the Community forum or install this automation in your instance by clicking the My button!

Swiper card

Not enough space on your Lovelace dashboard? Then try this Swiper card
prepared by bram collar, with which you can easily flip through different cards in the same card frame.

Lovelace dashboard

Also this week we have a new Lovelace dashboard for the necessary portion of inspiration This time the dashboard from DoIGotSkillzwho made one for use on a tablet wall mount.


Preview of the Lovelace dashboard

Would you also like your dashboard to be in the community highlight? Leave it on
Reddit and maybe I’ll pick it up for the next issue.

Home game

Recently we had a items about switching entities in Minecraft, this time it’s a game again, but in 2D. svendroid created a proof-of-concept game that you can play in the browser, you can customize the map so that your own light beings work with it.

Demo of the 2D game

Doesn’t that also remind you of the old Pokemon games from the past? 😅

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Did you see (or do) something great, interesting, unique, amazing, inspiring, unusual or funny with Home Assistant?

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See you next edition!

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