Does anyone know if there's a way to link a virtual switch to Google meet; so that it turns on if google meet is running and off when google meet is not running?
I work from home and use google meet for all my work calls - so I'd like to setup this vitual switch to in turn drive a number of automations; light outside office to indicate I'm on a call, set the light levels in the office that are ideal for a call, close the window blind to stop glare etc..
I have a elgato stream deck to google meet integration and somehow the stream deck knows when a google meet is open/closed as the buttons to control the meeting become active/inactive accordingly. So there does seem like there's a way for google meet to tell an external application if it's running on the computer or not.. Beyond my technical knowledge unfortunately.
(I was thinkling about doing this via the google calendar integration, but it's too complicated and there are too many other variables to control; eg. a lot of my calendar entries are placeholders and also if I leave a call early I'd like everything to 'reset' immediately and not at the end of the calendar entry time etc)