Allows you to easily see a list of information about your devices like battery percentages, temperatures, how long since last event, switch state, etc.
Receive Push and/or SMS notifications based on temperature, battery level, and/or time since last event.
New Dashboard Feature allows you to view all your device information using any web browser. See the Version 2.0 Release Notes for more information.
It can automatically poll the devices at a specified interval.
Turn Off All Lights and/or Switches with a push of a button.
The first time you open the application, I recommend hitting Done as soon as you see the Setup screen because if you back out of the app instead of hitting Done, the app won’t install and you’ll have to reconfigure everything.
The Setup screen allows you to choose all of the devices you want to see information for. Regardless of which input you use to select the device, that device will appear on all the screens for the capabilities it supports. There is no need to select a device more than once.
The “Display Which Capabilities?” setting determines which capabilities will be listed on the main screen and used in the “All Devices - States” screen.
Mobile App Screenshots
Web Dashboard Screenshots
If you’ve never used a community submitted SmartApp before, the Using Custom Code faq question on the Things That Are Smart Wiki provides additional information and instructions on how to install one.
I appreciate the support and feedback I have received here, with a special thanks to those that have donated at https://www.paypal.me/krlaframboise. It is not required or expected, but it does motivate me to continue creating new SmartApps/DTHs and enhancing the ones I’ve already created.