This Flair app overview will review the basic components of the Flair app along with the naming conventions used.
- Current Home
- Control Bar
- Flair Menu
- PLUS Menu
- Room Tile
- Room Menu
- Set Point, Room Temperature, and Humidity
- Set Point Slider
- Active/Inactive Button
- Flair Devices
The dashboard is the home screen for your Flair app.
When the Flair app opens, you will see this screen.
See Flair Dashboard for more details.
The selector at the top of the Flair app allows you to switch between multiple Flair homes.
When the Flair app opens, the selector will show the default Flair home.
The control bar appears at the top of the dashboard and allows you to set your Flair home to Away, change the default home set point, switch Modes and create/view/activate a schedule.
The System button switches between Flair's automation (Auto) and testing (Manual) modes. Most homes use Flair's Auto mode.
The dashboard contains a list of rooms in your Flair home.
Tap a room to view room details, change the set point or set the room to Active or Inactive.
The Flair menu allows you to view and change Home Settings, explore Home Statistics for your Flair home and manage Account Settings and Notifications.
The PLUS menu allows you to add devices to a Flair home, create new rooms, or create a new Flair home.
The room tile displays basic information about a room include the room name, set point and room readings.
The room tile displays devices in the room.
The room tile allows you to change a room's set point and set a room Active or Inactive.
Tap the 3-dot menu to explore room settings, room statistics, change the room name, or delete the room.
Set Point, Room Temperature, and Humidity
A room's set point is displayed in large font.
A room's temperature and humidity is displayed below the set point.
Note: the room temperature is the average over the past five minutes.
Set Point Slider
Drag the blue dot to change the set point in a room and create a room hold.
Tap the button to toggle a room between Active and Inactive.
Thermostats, mini splits, Pucks and Smart Vents will appear below the Active/Inactive button.
Integrated smart thermostats and mini splits will show their current heating or cooling state.
Pucks and Smart Vents will show their online status.
Smart Vents will show their open/closed reason.