Google Nest Thermostat – Definition, Tricks, Tips, Applications, and More

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What is a Google Nest Thermostat?

  • Google Nest Thermostat has several devices in its portfolio, from thermostats and cameras to doorbells and smoke detectors.
  • In this new feature we have detailed all the tips and tricks that have great advantage available to make sure you get the most out of your Nest Learning Thermostat.
  • Also, including how to program it and set it up with the Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa.

Tips and Tricks for Programming Your Nest Thermostat

How to program your Nest thermostat

  1. In the Nest app: tap the thermostat circle
  2. Tap the Schedule tab at the bottom of the screen.
  3. On the Nest thermostat: Press the thermostat
  4. Turn the outer dial clockwise to the calendar icon
  5. Press the thermostat to select.

How to change the temperature or time on the Nest thermostat’s program

  1. In the Nest app: tap the thermostat circle
  2. Tap the Schedule tab at the bottom of the screen
  3. Tap once on the day you want to change the temperature or time
  4. Press and hold one of the desired orange temperature icons change
  5. Swipe up or down to adjust the temperature / Swipe left or right to change the time.
  6. On the Nest thermostat: Press the thermostat
  7. Turn the outer dial clockwise to the calendar icon
  8. Press the thermostat to select
  9. Turn the outer dial clockwise or counterclockwise clockwise to choose one of the orange temperature icons
  10. Press the thermostat to select
  11. Press the thermostat again to select Change
  12. Turn the outer dial clockwise or counterclockwise to change the time
  13. Press the thermostat to select when arriving at the time you want
  14. Turn the outer dial clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the temperature
  15. Press the thermostat to choose when you reach the desired temperature.

How to remove a temperature from the Nest thermostat’s schedule?

  1. In the Nest app: tap the thermostat circle
  2. Tap the Schedule tab at the bottom of the screen
  3. Tap once on the day you want to change the temperature to go to a new screen with just that day
  4. Also, tap Delete on the lower right corner of the programming screen> Touch the temperature you want to delete.
  5. On the Nest thermostat: Press the thermostat
  6. Turn the outer dial clockwise to the calendar icon
  7. Press the thermostat to select
  8. Turn the outer dial clockwise or counterclockwise clockwise to choose one of the orange temperature icons
  9. Press the thermostat to select the icon
  10. Press the thermostat again to select Remove.

How to add a temperature to the Nest thermostat program?

  1. In the Nest app: tap the thermostat circle
  2. Tap the Schedule tab at the bottom of the screen
  3. Tap once on the day you want to change the temperature to go to a new screen with just that day
  4. Also, tap Add corner to the bottom right of the programming screen
  5. Touch the time you want to add a temperature.
  6. You can then set the temperature by pressing and dragging the added circle and moving it up or down.
  7. On the Nest thermostat: Press the thermostat
  8. Turn the outer dial clockwise to the calendar icon
  9. Press the thermostat to select
  10. Turn the outer dial clockwise or counterclockwise clockwise to choose around the time you want to add a schedule
  11. Press the thermostat to select
  12. Press the thermostat again to choose New.

How to copy a day’s schedule to your Nest thermostat?

  1. In the Nest app: Tap the Thermostat circle
  2. Tap the Schedule tab at the bottom of the screen
  3. Long press the day you want to copy
  4. Press copy
  5. Paste it on the days you want the schedule to repeat.

How to copy a week’s schedule to your Nest thermostat?

  1. In the Nest application: tap the thermostat circle
  2. Click the Schedule tab at the bottom of the screen
  3. Tap Copy week in the lower-left corner of the s screen
  4. Tap Paste week to replace the week’s schedule.

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