TalkBack enables any device to act upon queued commands. For example, if you have a door that is outfitted with Wi-Fi and a motion sensor, you can queue up commands to open and close the door. When the door senses someone nearby, open the door. After a specified period of time, close the door. If there are no more commands in the TalkBack queue, the door does not open when the next person approaches.
Create a TalkBack using the web interface. After you create the TalkBack, use the web interface to control the TalkBack queue, or use the TalkBack API.
Sign in to ThingSpeak.
Select Apps > TalkBack.
Click New TalkBack.
Edit your TalkBack settings:
Name: Enter an unique name for your TalkBack.
Logged to Channel: Select the channel where you want to log executed commands in the Status field.
Commands: Click Add a new command to
queue new commands to your TalkBack. You can also use the
Command API call to add commands.
Read and execute commands from your TalkBack queue on a device by using the TalkBack API. The following examples show you how to perform these tasks for several typical devices.
You can also simultaneously update your channel and execute a TalkBack command. For more
Write Data and Execute