And Andy, that's precisely where I get the Windows Blue Screen of Death in my head. I tried, I really did, and they tricked me with that name too. I thought it was going to be like 1970's kinda fun. But alas, even with a name like Groovy, that part of my brain is much smaller than the others, like airplanes or national intelligence, I can talk about that stuff all day every day, well, the former more so than the latter. However, would you be willing to settle for a crisp virtual high five in exchange for making me a virtual driver?
I can do this in my favorite go to app, Tasker, but that's only because I have every single plugin ever developed for that beautiful beautiful app. I lovvvve me some Tasker, but even with all that love, it still falls short here. It could detect the drop of interwebs and trigger if and when I'm at home, but there would be no way to tell Hubitat.
The only conduit betwixt those two that I know of is SharpTools, and that doesn't play in the local game. Plus I want it to do it autonomously without any required input from me, because I'm lazy.... And entitled... and shouldn't have to get off my Vinci and walk over to the magical world wide web machine and reset it, unless of course I'm provided with a fully charged Segue.