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Is there any way to modify the nest temperature sensor schedule times? 1 Recommended Answer 7 Replies 7 Upvotes
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The times set for Morning, Midday, Evening, and Night do not work well for managing the temperature in my home.   While it would be great to allow users to set there own times and which sensor to use, I do not see any current options that allow that.  Is there any other app or method that will allow me to have better control over which sensor to use at more specific times?
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Is there a way to define, morn, midday, eve, night....or not available yet...?
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I want this as well. The sensor is useless if I can't align the time the sensor is in control to the time I'm actually in the room.
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Agreed, please pass this on to the software engineers.
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Hi User 9273535325590907420,

Thanks for bringing this up. Below are the schedule available time schedule that we can set for now.
  • Morning: 7am to 11am
  • Midday: 11am to 4pm
  • Evening: 4pm to 9pm
  • Night: 9pm to 7am
You can also click on this link to know more about this.


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I understand and this is subpar, not even as good as my 2010 Honeywell. It should be updated to allow full customization
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Same question, but why just modify the pre-defined blocks of time?  We should be able to build our schedules with these temperature sensors as one of the user changeable parameters.  Just like time and temp...we should also be able to decide at each schedule change which temp sensor to control to.  If I can manually change it on the fly, I should be able to automate these changes as well.  Frankly, it is unbelievable that it doesn't work this way.  What is more unbelievable, is that it hasn't been fixed yet.
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