IFTTT and other new user questions

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    Mark Adelman

    Bump. Super disappointed to see that IFTTT integration is still non-existent almost a year after I got my first puck.

    Open API is great, but for those of us that can’t write code ourselves, IFTTT is a pretty useful way to integrate with other smart home products.

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    Flair Support

    Thanks for the suggestion to get IFTTT added to our list of integrations! I'll be sure to pass this on to our engineering team for feasibility and to see if we can get an integration like this up and running. 

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    Ben Tusa

    +1 for IFTTT support

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    Craig Schaff

    +1 For IFTTT support

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    Eric Engelman

    I'm wondering if there is a way to get around the IFTTT support using Alexa as a "middleman". Since Alexa works with IFTTT and Flair. Has anyone figured this out?

    Ultimately what I'm trying to do is connect temperature control to a calendar for an Airbnb apartment. That way Flair can shut my heat/AC off when no guest is staying, and turn back on 1 hour before a guest is scheduled to arrive.

    +1 for IFTTT support

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    James Downing

    I'd also love ifttt integration. I want to use a smart outlet to trigger a space heater in a room that is notoriously cold if a puck drops below a certain temp.

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    climberdz

    I've pre-ordered and have been asking for IFTTT support for years.

    Really, really would like it!

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    James Downing

    I'd love to know if Flair is planning to create this integration.  If not, I will need to buy a z-wave home hub and a temperature sensor.  But if so... then I will just hold off and wait patently for the integration.  I don't want extra sensors if its not necessary.

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    Eric

    +1 ifttt support

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    Brandon Avery

    +1 for IFTTT.  This will be a deciding factor between Flair and another brand for a seamless integration.

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    Rick Justis

    incredibly disappointed that Flair does not have a 'dead band' or, in plain english: 'shut it off once desired temp is hit'.

    Worse... I had to BUY it to find out what it can and cannot do...  no literature.  Probably going to return the 2 I bought.

    btw... i am sick and tired of hearing HVAC pro's telling me that I'll burn up a compressor if I set too narrow a dead-band... it's a multi-zone mini-split!  I'm not going to burn up anything.

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    Flair Support

    Hi Rick,

    We call these maintenance bands (also known as hysteresis bands) and have a full article on how our maintenance band works. We may accommodate custom maintenance bands upon request. If you are interested in adjusting your maintenance band, please let us know with the subject "Requesting custom maintenance band." Please note that changing this may result in slightly faster battery consumption.

     

     
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    James Downing

    Do you guys have any update on IFTTT compatability?  I'd still really love to be able to trigger a smart outlet based on the temperature in a room.

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    Miguel Perez

    +1 For IFTTT support

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