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Universal Suite for integrating Ecobee thermostats & sensors with Hubitat and SmartThings home automation platforms (Free!)
Apps for use with Hubitat Elevation
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A community-maintained, full-featured, and highly configurable integration between Hubitat Elevation and Google Home.
Google home keeps disconnecting
reddit.com/r/Hubitat | 2021-06-14
Well, if you haven't already, I hightly recommend installing the Hubitat Package Manager
tuya smart lights schedule when away from home
reddit.com/r/homeautomation | 2021-05-13
Wow, your a quick decider ;) It took me a couple of months or so.. Anyway, have a look at Officially supported devices Seems rather limited, but there are a huge amount of binding, apps and other goodies from the user-community.. easy to install using the custom app Hubitat Package Manager How to install custom app
reddit.com/r/Hubitat | 2021-05-11
Have you found the Hubitat Package Manager yet? Event Engine is just one of a plethora of custom apps from bptworld I found while browsing the list of apps that have support for Package Manager. It will not only install/remove apps/drivers for you, but it will also notify/install updates. I was so pleased when I discovered the Universal Ecobee Suite was also supported by HPM. I did not relish the idea of having to manually track each of the child processes and manually update the app and driver code whenever there were new versions.
Waiting for my Hubitat..
reddit.com/r/Hubitat | 2021-04-22
Once you get initially set up and get your mode manager, and rule machine, and other built-in apps set up and working, I highly recommend your the first custom app (custom app install how to guide is here, and) you install should be the Hubitat Package Manager (the raw code for HPM is here). Many many other custom apps and drivers have added support for this single stop point/click interface for installing them (and even better, keeping them updated!).
Hubitat Rocks, Home Assistant does Not Rock! :)
reddit.com/r/Hubitat | 2021-04-07
I also recommend installing the Hubitat Package Manager, as it greatly simplifies the installation/updating of custom apps/drivers that support it (and MANY do, including the Ecobee Suite, which is good, because it's kind involved to install/update otherwise).
Hubitat setup tutorial?
reddit.com/r/Hubitat | 2021-03-11
The first custom app I would recommend installing is "Hubitat Package Manager" as it makes installing most anything else you might need very easy. It will entail going into your apps code page clicking 'new app' in the upper right hand corner and pasting in code you can get from the github page. You want the ".groovy" file. It's plain text, but is a lot of text, and you just want to select all of it, copy it, and paste it into the blank 'new app' screen and save it. There's a better explanation in the Hubitat documentation for adding apps, I'm sure.
Transition From Wink A Lot Less Painless Than I
reddit.com/r/Hubitat | 2021-02-17
If you have an ecobee thermostat, skip the built in integration and install Ecobee Suite (it supports HPM, so installation/maintenance is a breeze). I recommend this for SmartThings/Ecobee owners as well.
dcmeglio/hubitat-packagemanager is an open source project licensed under BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License which is an OSI approved license.