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Managing Thermostats Using the Cox Homelife Subscriber Portal

Last Updated: Tue, 23 May 2017 > Related Articles

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Use Cox Homelife to control your thermostat from anywhere.


To utilize the features available for your thermostat, access the steps below to learn the following functions:

  • Monitoring Current State of Thermostat
  • Viewing Detailed Thermostat
  • Viewing or Changing Settings on Thermostat
Monitor Current State

The Cox Homelife Subscriber Portal allows you to monitor the state of up to five thermostats in real time and manage basic settings. On the My Home page, click the Thermostats tile. The current states of paired thermostats are displayed.
My Home - Thermostats

View Detailed ThermostatOn the Thermostats window, the Set and Current temperatures display for one or more thermostats in the home.

Thermostats Page

View or Change Settings

Click on the Quick Adjust feature to quickly adjust the temperature up or down.

Quick Adjust Feature

Click the thermostat tile to make other adjustments.

Thermostat Adjustments Window

  • Click the snowflake icon (Cool), sun icon (Heat), or OFF to set the mode.
  • Click the Fan tile to set Auto or On, regardless of whether the heat or air conditioning is active.
  • Click Hold to select On or Off.
  • On the Schedule tile, click square adjustment icon the VIEW and DISABLE buttons display. Click either button to access your thermostat schedules.

    Note: For more information on schedules, see Using Thermostat Scheduler in Cox Homelife.

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