Here it is so far. I intend on creating a couple more (Weather/Music Playlists) dashboards that link to my primary dashboard. I managed to get photo of myself and my wife on our Presence Tile which was cool. I might add a custom tile to make the images bigger. I hyperlinked my family calendar to the Month tile which updates the daily tile next to it. Alexa will update the calendars as well but it is handy to pull it up quickly if needed. SharpTools is awesome!!
Great dashboards my friend !..Congrats !. How did you get the gauges tiles ?
Thanks, you can find the setup in the below link
Thanks my friend. I wonder if this could be done in Smartthings too…
Not familiar with SmartThings.
Hi the fender’s tile used for switch on off my personal studio…becouae i play the bass … fender bass
In my underground i have paer of the sensor …all sonoff with integration sharptools…fantsric…hahaha thamnk you
Really loving my robot mower dashboard, thanks especially to custom tiles and super tiles! Oh And custom user icons!
Hi…this is my dashboard in the leaving room…up the pianoforte during the rain…infact the sensor sonoff of umidity is in red alert…for high umidity…!!!in this case the automation start the deumidification sistem…woooow
And another tablet in bad room…
Just started to use Sharptools about a week or so ago. Using Hubitat.
The left side of my dashboard shows what group of lights are on by the icons glowing. The right side (in dark green) are sub boards – you can click further down on the sub boards to individuals groups (for the most part)
I also have a few virtual switches for notifications such as open doors, leak detectors, house visitors…
Interesting all the icons you created for use. I still have all the non-custom icons since I started my dashes a few years ago, and it does make it a little harder to distinguish which lights are which without reading the label
Can I ask where you are pulling the traffic map from. Everything I can find are interactive and I actually want static.
Sure, I followed the steps from James in this thread: How To: Map tile with real-time traffic
So how have you done an interactive traffic map? I haven’t really investigated it yet.
Well that’s interesting! So you are showing the charging status at the top, and then in the second row is that the % of mowing completed? Middle and right button both look related to sprinklers but what do they do specifically? And what does the chart at the bottom show? I’m intrigued how you are building that chart!
Thanks. I’ll take a look.
No, I haven’t done an interactive map, sorry.
Yes, in the top tile, charging status top left, mowing height top right. total time mowed today bottom left (in HH:MM format), and bottom right shows next start or stop time (if any). Middle icon and tile color changes with the mowing status. Color is black when mower parked outside of the schedule or to charge up in the normal course of things, green when mowing, and red if there’s an event that triggers premature parking.
In middle row, leftmost tile gives percent wetness detected with my leaf wetness sensor (detects not only wetness from rain but also dew). Middle tile gives rain detected and accumulation amount, and right tile is whether sprinklers are on/off as well as when mowing will resume after a delayed start since last irrigation. The title color changes to red if the respective threshold for parking has been exceeded, causing premature parking.
The horizontal bar chart shows mowing/parked/charging status throughout the day. The vertical bar graph shows total time mowed per day (I intend to add an average/target line on that vertical bar graph too).
I’m using the Quick Charts app with my Hubitat hub to generate both charts. I actually coded the horizontal bar chart type. That app outputs the chart as HTML, and then just use the custom HTML tile to display it. The charts here are actually combined into one tile (so a single custom HTML tile pulls in charts from two devices that have respective ones of the charts), so that they can be displayed closer together.