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How to View All Readings on an ecobee Room Sensor

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In This Guide
You'll Learn:
  • How to check the current ecobee Sensor readings
  • How to use the ecobee Web Portal to access HomeIQ thermostat data
  • How to access the "Follow Me" function's historical sensor data
Before We Begin:
  • Your ecobee unit must already be installed, registered, and fully operational.
Ecobee

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  1. Current Readings
  2. Historical Readings

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In This Guide
You'll Learn:
  • How to check the current ecobee Sensor readings
  • How to use the ecobee Web Portal to access HomeIQ thermostat data
  • How to access the "Follow Me" function's historical sensor data
Before We Begin:
  • Your ecobee unit must already be installed, registered, and fully operational.
Ecobee
  1. Wake up your ecobee Smart Thermostat, then tap the Main Menu button.
    Main menu icon for the ecobee
  2. Tap Sensors.
    Sensor button for ecobee
  3. Beside your Sensor you'll see the temperature currently being read.
    Temperature reading
  1. Open your preferred web browser.
    Main Desktop Browsers.
  2. Navigate to https://www.ecobee.com/home.
    Ecobee home url
  3. Log into your ecobee account and click Sign In.
    Logging in
  4. Click Home IQ.
    Home IQ button
  5. On the left hand side, click System Monitor then Follow Me.
    Follow me under Home IQ
  6. Your sensors will be displayed and you can use the slider to visit other dates.
    Sensors and sliders