10-07-2022 08:29 AM
I would like to place a sensor upstairs in my home and have my nest learning thermostat balance the temperature between what it feels in my downstairs hallway and the temperature of the upstairs sensor. In addition, I would like it to use the fan to redistribute the heat if it's too hot upstairs as opposed to turning on the heat if it's too cool downstairs. Is this possible? I don't believe so, but I'd like to start the conversation.
10-11-2022 09:58 AM
Thanks for reaching out. I understand that these features would be helpful. We don't have any news to share about this but our team is always looking for ways to improve and we'll take this as feedback. Please let me know if you have other questions or concerns as I will be locking this in 24 hours if I won't hear back from you again. Feel free to start a new thread and we'll be happy to help.
10-14-2022 10:00 AM
It's me again. I wanted to check back in to see if you have other questions and concerns. Feel free to let me know if you do.
10-14-2022 10:24 AM
Thanks for answering the question. I do hope that Nest gets more sophisticated in the use of remote thermostats. Aside from having nest average out temperatures across the thermostats, for example I could have it schedule temperatures in different rooms throughout the day and night. Thanks for considering the suggestions.
10-14-2022 01:01 PM
We hear you. Our team is working hard to deliver the best experience for our users — we'll take this as feedback. Keep your eye on the Google Nest Community page for any updates. Please let me know if you have other questions or concerns as I will be locking this in 24 hours if I won't hear back from you again. Feel free to start a new thread and we'll be happy to help.
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