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Thread: Evohome and multiple user geofencing - IFTTT Life360 support finished

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    Default Evohome and multiple user geofencing - IFTTT Life360 support finished

    So my family Geofencing for Evohome has now stopped working through IFTTT due to life 360 support being removed from IFTTT.

    Life 360 IFTTT app was perfect, if all users leave the house( a location) set action(variable), if one user comes home to house( a location) set action(variable),

    So now all i can have is single user leaves house set action, and single enters house set action.

    This is pretty useless unless you live on your own.

    If Honeywell are reading this please can you support a solution.

    Does anyone know a solution?

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    I have Evohome integrated with Samsung Smartthings, with a routine which does exactly as you describe which is to turn on Eco mode when everyone leaves (in the morning).

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    Can you please tell me how. As I see no evohome devices listed

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    Chuck some screenshots and a guide up please

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    Follow this for the 2020 new smartthings app integration: https://community.smartthings.com/t/...martthings-app

    I had the old Codersaur code working which rolled over from the old app, so I didn't have to follow the above.

    A webcore routine is used to change to Eco mode for a number of hours depending on day of the week triggered when a group of presence sensors are all away in the morning.

    Hope this helps.

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    Hi SB,
    thanks, that great, but do not understand it. I would need a step by step guide to get it working..

    Wanna be a legend and do one?

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    Assuming you have Smartthings? In your IDE, install and publish the app and device handler from the the gitbub link above (the first and third item). Log in with your Honeywell credentials in the Evohome app in Smartthings on your mobile device and away you go.

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    1 What is IDE?

    2 install and publish the app and device handler from the the gitbub link above (the first and third item), Install what where? Publish what app? How do you publish?

    3 ask more after above is sorted?

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    Nah, thats to much for me, thanks for your help.

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