As of our 2.7 release, both the web & mobile apps will use Rachio's updated
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In older versions of the mobile app (prior to v2.7), this list will appear as a dropdown box .
- If you have not updated your app, we recommend you do so to ensure the best experience & newest features. (see: where to download )
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For further details on the image below - including Device Views , Details , Navigation - simply... read on! =)
Near Me view
The Devices menu will default to the Near Me view of all your devices.
NOTE: You will need to grant the app permission to your location for the Near Me view to function properly.
This view is the best way to find the device nearest to you, if you’re in the area or on site, as devices are sorted by distance from your location.
The columns give a you a quick view of device status (Online, Offline, Standby or Rain Delay). distance from you, and device information. The device at the top of the list with a check is your currently selected device.
Why can’t I see distances to my devices in the Near Me view?
If you’re seeing -.- miles instead of a distance to your devices, you have Location Services disabled. ( see NOTE , above )
Click on the "PEOPLE" tab, at the bottom of screen on ios (top on android), to bring up this view.
The People view is the ideal way to find a device by the name of the owner. The list is sorted alphabetically and contains the same information as the Near Me view.
From this screen, you can:
- Switch to the device
- Go back to the device list
- Launch the device’s location in a map app. This is a really cool way to quickly get directions to the location of the Rachio device.
If you have 5 or more devices on your account, the device lookup feature is a great way to sort and find your devices.
In either of the previous views, you can search for devices by clicking the search button at the top:
You can search by any of the following fields:
- Full name of device owner
- Device status
- Device name