Thermostat show historical temperature and humidity

Like it shows the hours it run daily, if it can also record/capture all temperatures/humidity read at the device and present them in a graph. Perhaps the readings are taken every 5/10 minutes?
Even better, as it has my address, it could fetch the outside temp/humidity from some web api and put the 2 or 4 curves side by side.

Great idea! Maybe this could be added to the usage data section. Don’t forget to vote for your own #wishlist item!

this would be great!!!

Even more… once the temperature extra add-on sensors can be added to the thermostat system, it will be nice to know the temperature/humidity is at each on so I can see how the HVAC system works overall in my home.

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On the Thermostat, I would like to see the Relative Humidity shown on the physical screen with the temp anytime it is illuminated. Now, it only appears in the app but nowhere on the device.

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Is like the ability to get a historical graph of temperature and humidity like most smart thermometers. I use this at a vacation home and when power goes out would like to understand how low temps inside were…

Here is another post similar and they might be able to be merged - Temperature Statistics in Insights

I would enjoy a paid service for the thermostat at a simple 3$/mo. Where i can check the app and see what temp my thermostate and any sensors were at within each day, and also show outside temp as well as when the thermostat turns my hvac on and off. Like a basic temp over time plot graph.

Right now the thermostat is pretty basic only showing how long each day, week or month it was on. Doesnt show what temps were recorded and what time like from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. it was on. Because outside temp was 100* and inside temps lowest peak was 78 even though its set to 76.

For older units of hvac this would be very helpful finding a good balance and curve for what time of days temps should or could be at thay are achievable. Like how at 1-3 p.m. even though my AC was on my temp went from 72 to 75. Which means this is unatainable.

Example this is all we get for data. (Ive left it at 68 for the past week just to see what happens).


great idea