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A more pleasant view of the thermostat in the Yubii application

Gormat projekt

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When integrating any thermostat other than The heat controller, the graphic display is not the best.
Please make a more user friendly view of the thermostat within the application.




Thank you. 


Best regards, 


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@Gormat projektHello and welcome to the community.


I'm also useing non Fibaro thermostats. The steering is usually made in the climate zone, where you have much more features and a nice GUI. Look below.


Try the following:

Start a new climate zone > choose your thermostats, choose the temp sensor it should follow. And give the climate zone an name. Set the 4 time sections for each day. 

In the access settings, grand the user with the Yubii App, access to this climate zone. 


Check out this climate zone with Yubii. 





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  • Thanks for this suggestion, I know about this functionality, but in this case I am forced to adjust the schedule (with 4 time sections in one day).
    Sometimes the schedule functionality is not convenient for me especially if I use an AC unit. Reason is because I don't want my air conditioner to turn on automatically.
    Also, I don't have the possibility to turn off the air conditioner inside the Zone thermostat, so in that case I have to do the "AC turn off" scene.
    If I have several AC, then it becomes a bit confusing for the user.


    I use, for example, a Quadro air conditioner, and when I control the temperature via the Zone, in that case, setting the temperature to 22°C and 23°C does not work for me. For example I set the specified temperatures within the Yubii application, and the AC is set to 19°C. I don't know if some one else have similiar problem?


    That's why I suggested creating a layout for a thermostat that would directly control the heating or cooling device, and which would have a nicer visual.



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    I completely agree with Gormat...The UI of a single thermostat in FIbaro is somewhat ridiculous..Just compare it to any 20 euro wifi based thermostat from IKEA or any random brand that has some mobile app..all of them has a way more user friendly lookout..on the other hand, as Fab ir mentioned, the zone feature can be a temporary solution, and hopefully Fibaro will make some improvement on this matter.

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    If you are using climate zones, this QA is nice i think :-)      

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