Control temperature and air
Control temperature and air
Controlicz
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
4.4
Home Controlicz lets you control your Domoticz devices by voice
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
4.4
Nest
What's the temperature inside?
4.0
Google Assistant makes it easy to control and interact with many of your Nest products. Nest Thermostat, Nest Cam and Nest Cam IQ, Nest Hello, and Nest Secure work seamlessly with Google Assistant. Now it's easy to control your home's temperature and cast your Nest Cam video with your voice. Google Assistant can also announce who is at your door when Nest Hello sees someone, and lets you arm your Nest Secure alarm system on your way out with your voice. Also, Nest Cam IQ Indoor now has Google Assistant built in, so you can ask questions and control your devices directly from Nest Cam IQ camera's (US only). What can you do? Nest Thermostat: - Raise or lower the temperature in your home and switch between heating and cooling modes with simple voice commands, all without lifting a finger. Nest Cam, Nest Cam IQ, Nest Hello video doorbell: - Cast your Nest Cam live video streams to your Chromecast devices. Nest Cam IQ Indoor: - Enable Google Assistant built in on your Nest Cam IQ camera. Once enabled, you can speak to your Nest Cam IQ to get information, manage tasks, and control smart devices in your home and hear the answer from your camera (US only). Nest Hello video doorbell: - Google Assistant is also the perfect companion to Nest Hello video doorbell by announcing ‘Someone is at your door’ when the doorbell rings. Want to know who’s there? Just ask Assistant to see a live video on your Chromecast TV. Nest Secure: - Arm your Nest Secure alarm system on your way out with your voice. Learn about using the Google Assistant with your Nest products: https://nest.com/support/article/Learn-how-to-control-your-Nest-Learning-Thermostat-with-Google-Assistant-and-Google-Home?from-chooser=true Read more how to talk to the Google Assistant through your Nest Cam IQ Indoor: https://www.nest.com/support/article/Google-Assistant-on-Nest-cameras Review which are the most common voice commands here: https://support.google.com/googlehome/answer/7073578 In order for Google Assistant to connect to Nest, you must use the Owner Account, i.e. the account that was created to first set up your Nest home. If someone else invited you to create a Nest account to access and control the Nest products in your home, you cannot link. More detail here: https://nest.com/support/article/How-the-Owner-of-a-Nest-home-is-different-from-other-people-with-access.
What's the temperature inside?
4.0
Hager coviva
Turn up the thermostat
4.5
With coviva and Google Assistant you can control your smart home devices by voice command easily. After activation connect Google Assistant to your coviva box. To control your devices, Google Assistant accesses your coviva box. You can change the settings in your coviva application anytime.
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4.5
Hass.io
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.8
With the Home Assistant skill for Google Assistant you'll be able to control all your devices connected to your local Home Assistant instance and activate scenes from the Google Assistant.
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.8
Larnitech
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
4.5
Larnitech Home lets you control Larnitech devices
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
4.5
Voxior for KNX and Loxone
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.5
Voxior action enables Loxone, Gira and KNX Smart Home owners to start using Google Assistant voice control. Effortless setup with automatic detection of devices in your home connects your home with Google Home in 5-minutes without any additional hardware or technical knowledge required. Instructions: Start your free trial at https://www.voxior.com/. Connect your Smart Home with Voxior and enable the Voxior Action on your Google Home account. Manage individual devices in your Smart Home, create scenes and customize your voice commands using Voxior web interface. Voxior is a No. 1 rated solution which helps you seamlessly upgrade your home with the most intuitive of all interfaces - your voice. Works with: - Loxone Miniserver, - Gira X1, - Gira HomeServer, - Theben LUXORLiving IP1, - Divus KNX Control, - Weinzierl BAOS 777, - IPAS Combridge HCC, - Eisbär Scada, - as well as any KNX IP interface. More info: If you need more information, get in touch with our support team by emailing support@voxior.com, booking a call or using the chat on our webpage. Our support team is always happy to help you upgrade and enjoy your Smart Home on your own. No Google Home device in your home yet? No problem, we have a plugin in our onboarding wizard which lets you experience the convenience of Voice Control even without owning a device yet. Start your free trial at https://www.voxior.com/
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.5
FB Smart Home
Turn up the thermostat
4.4
Integrating FRITZ!Box Smart Home devices in Google Assistant. This action is not provided by AVM and not supported by AVM. For more information and to connect this action with your FRITZ!Box please visit https://www.fbsmarthome.site/?lng=en To make this action work it is required to link your FRITZ!Box via the website mentioned above. Authentication is available via an Amazon account. Supported are all FRITZ!Box connected Smart Plugs and Thermostats. Following voice commands are available Thermostat - OK Google, set Thermostat to 22 degrees. - OK Google, increase/decrease Thermostat temperature by 2 degrees - OK Google, increase/decrease Thermostat. - OK Google, set Thermostat to Heating/On. (Sets to Desired Temperature) - OK Google, set Thermostat to Cooling. (Sets to Energy Saving Temperature) - OK Google, set Thermostat to Off. - OK Google, what is Thermostat set to? - OK Google, what is the temperature of Thermostat? Smart Plug - OK Google, turn on Smart Plug. - OK Google, turn off Smart Plug. Access via IPv6/ds-lite is possible. FRITZ!OS version 6.10 or higher is required, for thermostats version 6.35 or higher is required.
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4.4
homee Smart Home
Turn up the thermostat
4.5
With homee and Google Assistant you can control your smart home devices by voice command easily. After activation connect Google Assistant to your homee. To control your devices, Google Assistant accesses your homee. You can change the setting in your homee application anytime.
Turn up the thermostat
4.5
Nature Remo Smart Home
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.4
You can turn on and off your home appliances using Nature Remo.
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.4
Insteon
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
4.2
Use this app to control Insteon connected light switches, outlets, plugs and more using your voice with Google Home devices. Turn on and off lights, set brightness levels, adjust the thermostat and more - all with natural voice commands. For more information, visit www.insteon.com/connects
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
4.2
ADT Pulse SmartHome
Set the thermostat to 75 degrees
3.0
Use your voice to manage and control your ADT connected home. Ask Google Assistant if you left the hall light on, what the current temperature is in your home, or even to dim the bedroom lights. Here are some example commands you can use to control your ADT connected home 1. Turn on my lights 2. Dim my lights 3. Set my heat to 70 degrees 4. Set my AC to 72 degrees 5. Turn the heat up two degrees
Set the thermostat to 75 degrees
3.0
withHOME Service
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4.7
You can voice-control lights and air conditioners registered on "赤外線リモコン01" of "with HOME" via Google Home. It provides one step ahead of the future to you.
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4.7
devolo
Set the thermostat to 75 degrees
4.8
“Ok Google: Set the heating in the bathroom to 20 degrees!” This and many other commands are now executed by devolo Home Control on demand. Whether it's the radiator thermostat in the bathroom or living room or a whole group of devices: there is no need for a switch or even an action on the smartphone necessary.
Set the thermostat to 75 degrees
4.8
intelligent HOME
Turn down the thermostat
5.0
You can use this app to control intelligent HOME devices such as smart light and AC. Also you can change scene like "Away" mode to "Home" mode, activating the light and AC in your living room by the automation rule setting of intelligent HOME.
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5.0
HomeMate
Turn down the thermostat
3.8
The HomeMate Connect skill allows you to control your home-automation controller from Universal Devices.This enables you to control your devices,light,switch,smart socket from your Google Home. To use this skill,you need to have a HomeMate account through the HomeMate official website(url:http://www.orvibo.com/en/index.html),or HomeMate app on iOS or Android devices,and install the HomeMate app on your smart phone,and you have purchased HomeMate's smart socket product,such as Smart Socket S31US.You need to have an google account and install the Google Home app from the App Store,You have purchased Google Home. When you enable this skill,you will be prompted to link your Google Home to your HomeMate account.You will have to provide your HomeMate email or username and password.Once you log in and authorization successfully,the Google Home can control your device. Here's the complete capability list: Turn on/off the device name. Note:the 'device name' is the name of the device in the device list of your HomeMate App.You need to add all the devices to your HomeMate app,and then each device has a separate name,each device name can have one to three English words,do not contain special characters,do not use English numbers.For example, if your kitchen has a number of smart plug, you can name them as smoke machine plug, kitchen Liquidizer plug, Microwave Oven plug,etc.
Turn down the thermostat
3.8
everHome
Turn up the thermostat
4.3
Make your home smart with everHome. You can now use the Google Assistant to control your devices, scene and rooms.
Turn up the thermostat
4.3
Blastbot Cloud
Turn up the thermostat
3.8
Control your Blastbot devices with your voice using Google Assistant and this app. This app will let you control your AC, set the temperature, turn on and off your Blastbot Smart Switch and Blastbot Smart Plug, and execute scenes from Blastbot Cloud. You'll need to have a Blastbot Cloud account and a compatible device previously configured via the Blastbot app.
Turn up the thermostat
3.8
realKNX
Turn down the thermostat
3.7
This app requires additional hardware, realKNX (v2.2+) and proServ with accompanying pre-installed software. Link to shop: http://proknx.com/realknx Additionally remoteConnect must be enabled and configured, see realKNX menu. To get started, select the "App" in the Google Home App to link your realKNX remoteConnect account. After a successful login, organise your discovered device like you want. On/Off, Lights “Hey Google, turn on <device or group name>” “Hey Google, turn off <device or group name>” Percentage, Dimmers “Hey Google, set <device or group name> to <X> percent” Thermostats “Hey Google, set <device or group name> to <X> degrees” Thermostat Query “Hey Google, what is the temperature of the <device or group name>?” “Hey Google, what is the <device or group name> set to?” Scenes “Hey Google, activate <scene name>” <device or group name> refer to a KNX object defined in proServ. <scene name> refer to a KNX scene defined in proServ. Troubleshooting tips: Problem: devices are marked offline or response is slow. Solution: Run a Device Discovery. Problem: the device is not responding ("Sorry, the device is not responding.") Solution: Disable and Enable the skill. Problem: Discovery doesn't find any devices. Solution: Check your remote connection by logging in (http:<your-RemoteConnectID>.proknx.xyz). Disable and Enable the app. More information and help: http://proknx.com/en/google-home-action-en/
Turn down the thermostat
3.7
Busch-VoiceControl
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
5.0
With this App, you control your KNX system simply by voice commands. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Requirements: - A KNX system and a Busch-VoiceControl device - The KNX system must be set up and ready for operation. - You need a user account at mybuilding.abb.com --------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: 1. Set up the Busch-VoiceControl. 2. Enable the Busch VoiceControl action in the Google Assistant/Home app. 3. Log in to mybuilding.abb.com with your username and password. For more information, see http://new.abb.com/products/2CKA006136A0217 --------------------------------------------------------------------- Examples: Turn on the light "He Google, turn on the ceiling light" Light dimming "He Google, set the standard lamp to 50 percent" Adjust temperature "He Google, set the living room temperature to 21 degrees" ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
5.0
Presence Pro
Turn up the thermostat
5.0
The Presence Pro smart home action allows you to monitor and control your Smart Home with the power of your voice. You can send commands that control your plugs, lights and thermostats. This Presence Pro action is optimized for use with your smart home and allows you to control connected devices simply by saying "Okay Google, turn on the lights". Before you begin: You will need a Presence Pro account. Visit http://presencepro.com to find out more about our free service. Once you've created your account, you can enable this action. You will need to log into your Presence Pro account to link it to your Google Assistant. To get started: You will need to have a Presence Pro Security Pack and any of the following supported smart home devices from our online store: - Presence Pro Smart Bulb - Presence Pro Smart Plug - Presence Pro Gateway - Presence Pro Thermostat Visit http://presencepro.com/store/ for more information. Next steps: After you have set up your environment, you can begin controlling all of your connected devices. Here's some things you can say: - "Okay Google, turn [on / off] [smart home device / room name]." - "Okay Google, set [smart home device / room name] to [##]%." - "Okay Google, [brighten / dim] [smart home device / room name]." - "Okay Google, set [smart home device / room name] temperature to [##] degrees." - "Okay Google, [increase / decrease] the [smart home device / room name] temperature." For more information on using Google Home, visit https://support.google.com/googlehome/topic/7029100
Turn up the thermostat
5.0
B.One VoiceAct
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With B.One VoiceAct, you can control diverse portfolio of smart home devices like Switches, Dimmers, Sockets/Outlets, Connected Lights and many more devices built based on well established wireless protocols like Z-Wave, Zigbee, Wi-Fi, BLE and IR. With over 27,000 models of Infrared remotes supported by B.One Hub, our VoiceAct platform provides total control of legacy and modern Infrared controlled devices like Televisions, Disc players, Air-conditioning systems etc from your voice commands. For example , if the device name is kitchen light , use voice commands like "turn on kitchen light" , "turn off kitchen light" , "dim the kitchen light" or "brighten the kitchen light".
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Pyxis cloud
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
Pyxis is an application for control your smart home.
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
MaidWhite
Set the thermostat to 75 degrees
You can share your devices with MaidWhite through your FamilyAsystPlus app and pair the devices with Google Home or Google Assistant To use this skill, you need an app called FamilyAsystPlus, a MaidWhite account and at least one smart home appliance supported by MaidWhite. You can check if your smart home appliances are supported by MaidWhite on: https://www.tih.tw/supported-brands. You can download FamilyAsystPlus app from either Google Play or App Store and sign up a MaidWhite account in this app. First, open FamilyAsystPlus and register an account (if you already have an MaidWhite account, which is the same as FamilyAsystPlus account, skip this step.) Second, sign in, then tap "Cross-Brand Account," "Manage Devices." Third, choose the brand of the device you want to control through Google Assistant. Take FamilyAsyst AiPlug for example, tap the logo of FamilyAsyst, enter your phone number and choose the device. When you finish doing these steps, you can control the plug through Google Assitant after enabling this skill.
Set the thermostat to 75 degrees
Vivint
Turn down the thermostat
3.9
*Please Note – Voice control is accessible for Vivint SkyControl consumers only. Vivint offers the most comprehensive voice controlled smart home on the planet. Have your hands full making dinner and want to turn on the AC? No problem. Just say it. Here are some of the amazing voice commands Vivint has: Lights: * Turn on my lights * Turn on my living room light * Dim my lights * Set the bedroom light to 20 percent * Are my lights on? * Is my kitchen light on? Security: * Arm my security system "stay" * Arm my home "away" * what is the state of my security system? Thermostats: * Set my heat to 70 degrees * Turn the AC down to 72 degrees * Turn up the heat * Turn the heat setpoint up two degrees * Turn on the AC * I am cold * What's the temperature? Locks: * Lock my front door * Are my doors locked? * Is my front door locked? Cameras: * Show me the doorbell camera Security is job #1 at Vivint and to make sure we keep that promise the Google Assistant will NOT disarm your system, unlock your doors, or open your garage door. To do that, continue to use your Vivint Sky mobile app, SkyControl panel, or vivintsky.com. If you experience troubles with the skill recognizing your device try using a more common device name. For further assistance with phrases and skill behavior please call Vivint Customer support.
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3.9
ecobee
Turn down the thermostat
3.3
You’ve always been able to ask Google to control your ecobee thermostat(s). Now you can ask it to control your ecobee Switch+(s). If you have a Google Home, Android or iOS smartphone, you can link your ecobee account to Google to control your ecobee with voice. To control your thermostat, simply say the following: Getting the temperature, set point and mode: "Ok Google, what is the current temperature in the Bedroom?" "Hey Google, what's the Living Room set to?" "Ok Google, what's the temperature of my thermostat?" Setting the temperature: "Ok Google, set the temperature in the Kitchen to 72" "Ok Google, set the temperature to 68 degrees" Resuming your schedule: "Hey Google, turn off the Living Room hold" "Ok Google, turn on the Kitchen schedule" Increasing the temperature: "Ok Google, make the Living Room warmer" "Hey Google, increase the temperature in the Kitchen by 2 degrees" Decreasing the temperature: "Hey Google, make the Bedroom cooler" "Ok Google, make the Living Room 3 degrees colder" Running the fan: "Ok Google, turn the Living Room fan on" Setting Away, Home and Sleep comfort settings: "Ok Google, set Living Room comfort setting to Away" "Hey Google, set Bedroom comfort setting to Sleep" Changing the mode: "Ok Google, turn on heat mode in the Bedroom" "Hey Google, change to automatic mode in the Living Room" "Ok Google, turn on cool mode in the Kitchen" Getting the equipment status "Ok Google, is the Living Room fan on? "Hey Google, is the Kitchen dehumidifer on?" Note: You can ask about the status of your heating, cooling, boiler, heat pump, humidifier, dehumidifier, ventilator and fan. To control your light switches, simply say the following: Turning on or off your light: "Ok Google, turn the Bedroom on" "Ok Google, turn the Bedroom switch on" "Hey Google, turn the Living Room off" "Hey Google, turn off all switches" Getting the state of your light: "Ok Google, is the Living Room on?" "Hey Google, are my switches off?"
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3.3
Netatmo
Turn up the thermostat
4.1
With the Google Home, control your Netatmo Smart Thermostat and Cameras just using your voice. At home, talk with the Google Assistant to increase, decrease or set the desired temperature effortlessly, view your cameras’ images on your TV or turn on Presence's floodlight and keep on focusing on what really matters.
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4.1
Hisense Smart Air
Set fanspeed to high on dehumidifier
5.0
After connecting Google Home to your Hisense smart appliances, try saying commands like the following: Portable Air Conditioner: -“Ok Google, turn on air conditioner” -“Ok Google, turn off air conditioner” -“Ok Google, set air conditioner to (61~90) degrees” -“Ok Google, increase air conditioner by (2~4) degrees” -“Ok Google, decrease air conditioner by (2~4) degrees” -“Ok Google, what’s the temperature of air conditioner ?” -“Ok Google, what’s the air conditioner set to? ” Dehumidifier: ON/OFF control: -“Ok Google, turn on dehumidifier” -“Ok Google, turn off dehumidifier” For help, please contact us at service@hisense-usa.com, or visit the Hisense website: www.hisense-usa.com/hi-smart-app-support
Set fanspeed to high on dehumidifier
5.0
Sensibo
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.2
Sensibo allows you to control your air conditioners and heat pumps using your voice. You can turn them on and off and change the temperature.
Set the thermostat to 70 degrees
4.2
Sensi
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4.2
Control your Sensi thermostat from Google Home
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4.2
Live Smart
Ask Live Smart to make it warmer
4.0
By using Google Assistant with LS Hub or Mini, you can control TV and air conditioner. Use your voice to jump to a channel on TV or increase temperature on air controller. LiveSmart Conversation is supported for the following operations. Turn on/off TV, change channels, volume up/down, mute/unmute Turn on/off air conditioner, change temperatures, change modes
Ask Live Smart to make it warmer
4.0
Honeywell
Turn up the thermostat
3.2
Take control of your comfort with Google Assistant and your Honeywell connected thermostat. The Lyric Round™, Lyric™ T-Series, and Total Connect Comfort thermostats are all supported.
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3.2
Mysa Thermostat
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
5.0
Mysa is a smart, Wi-Fi enabled, line voltage thermostat that combines sleek design with innovative software to give users total control of their heating systems and help homeowners save money. Mysa maximizes energy savings by using machine learning algorithms and big data to automate the homeowner’s heating schedule; without sacrificing the homeowner’s comfort.
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
5.0
MyMilan by Milanity
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
3.0
Milanity's MyMilan App aggregates information for people in a personalized manner, making life secure, healthy, convenient, enjoyable and connected. The App enables monitoring of security sensors, cameras and visitors, control of lights and curtains, control of AV devices, and access to music and videos. The App can also integrate information from Locations of interest such as restaurants.
Set the thermostat to 72 degrees
3.0
Melissa Climate
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5.0
Melissa Climate is the official Google Assistant app that lets you control your air conditioner by communicating with it through the MClimate Melissa smart controller. In order to use the app you have to own a MClimate Melissa controller and to have MClimate account.
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5.0
Lux Products
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5.0
The Lux Products App works seamlessly with the Google Assistant to provide voice control over your Lux thermostats. You can do things like change between heating and cooling, chose a set temperature or turn on your system fan. Lux thermostats will only work with Google Assistant if you are using a permanent power supply. For LUX/GEO users with battery only power, you will not be use Google Assistant with your thermostat. Please contact Lux Products for additional support.
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5.0
Vine Control
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5.0
Vine Control is a App that can control Vine thermostats. You can select the mode, the set-point you want to maintain certain temperature in your room. You can also program your thermostat using the App to let your device follow the program to save your time. You can even lock your device, change screen brightness, change time zone, receive temperature alert, and all of these can be done on the App! Vine App is easy to use and has a good looking. it will definitely make your life smart and simple.
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5.0
Cuby Smart
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5.0
Control you Air Conditioner using Cuby Smart and Google Assistant.. This Action requires: 1. A Cuby Smart device 2. The Cuby Smart App for iOS or Android 3. a Cuby Smart Account with at least 1 configured Cuby Steps: 1. Enable the Action 2. Link your Cuby Account to Google Assistant by typing your Cuby username and password You will now be able to control your Air Conditioner by using your voice. To have the best experience, name your Cubies (inside the Cuby App) using simple names that Google can understand and pronounce easily. Avoid having similar names among Cubies. No special characters are allowed.
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5.0
Aprilaire
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4.0
With the Aprilaire Thermostat app for Google Assistant you can now control your Aprilaire Wi-Fi thermostat(s) with just your voice. You can use a Google Home device or an Android or iOS smartphone to link to your Aprilaire Wi-Fi Thermostat account. Sample commands include: “OK Google, set <Thermostat Name> to 72 degrees” “OK Google, make <Thermostat Name> cooler” “OK Google, raise <Thermostat Name> by 4 degrees” “OK Google, turn heating on for <Thermostat Name>” This app is compatible with Aprilaire models 8476W, 8620W, 8910W, 8920W, 8810M and 8840M.
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4.0
Honeywell Total Connect Comfort Intl
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3.0
With the Honeywell Action and Google, you can now interact with your Honeywell evohome and Single Zone Thermostats with Google Assistant. When using the Action, you need to specify by name which thermostat/sensor to use. There are two ways to define this/these names: - Use the name(s) you set up already – these are shown and can be changed in the Total Connect Comfort app, or - Create an Google Home Room, like “Bedroom” or “Downstairs”, and add the thermostat and/or one or more sensors to the group. Once you know the name or group of your thermostat, you can say the following: “OK Google, lower Bedroom by 3 degrees”, or “OK Google, set ‘Living Room’ temperature to 21 degrees”. A list of example commands includes: - “OK Google, set [group/zone or thermostat name] to X degrees” - “OK Google, raise [group/zone or thermostat name] by X degrees” - "OK Google,lower [group/zone or thermostat name] by X degrees” - “OK Google, what is the temperature in the [group/zone or thermostat name]?” - “OK Google, what is the [group/zone or thermostat name] set to?” User experience notes: - "OK Google, set [name] to Heat Mode will set the scheduled setpoint. - "OK Google, set [name] to Off Mode will set the zone to 5 degrees.
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3.0
Wiser Heat
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Wiser Heat Smart Heating Control
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