I am absolutely 100% new to Tasker. I bought and installed this application to automate some things that IFTTT simply can not.
Here is the situation:
My room is in an apartment in the basement and, therefore, I do not receive a good cellular service reception while I'm there, and since it's my office space (on the days I work from home) and my playground , I tend to spend a decent amount of my time in my room. Having said that, I have an LG V30 ThinQ with Oreo android 8.x and my current service provider offers a Wi-Fi calling service. Naturally, I turned it on and the bingo … The calls are now clear and the text messages are sent without problems! Well … that's at home at least. You see, in my work the opposite is true: Wi-Fi is crap, but the reception of cellular service is always very strong. Yes, my phone has a configuration for using Wi-Fi calls as a second priority for my cellular service (which means it will use my cellular service before using Wi-Fi calls) but instead of changing intelligently based on the strength of the strength of the cellular service reception, it only changes to Wi-Fi calls once I no longer have the cellular service reception period. Which does not work well in the basement, since at some point I get enough signal to go back to the fucking cell phone to call!
Therefore, I would like to create a task with Tasker that, once it is connected / disconnected from my home network, would allow to alternate the Wi-Fi call; or to change the airplane mode. That way, while connected to my home network, my phone will use Wi-Fi calling capabilities, without having to turn them on and off manually.
The problem is that, as I am new to this, I do not know the first thing about scheduling a task in this version of Tasker. All the tutorials I found were very unhelpful.
Could someone help me set something up in that sense?