It's getting hot in here: Good thing this smart bed works with Nest
Hey there guys.
It's week three of testing out the [UNKNOWN] sleep number.
Yu have seen the bed I have used the app.
And now I want to show you how to set up one of the sleep IQ's third party devices.
So I have a third generation Thermostat sets in my house during this testing period.
So far it's my favorite integration because it actually pulls in ambient temperature data to the Sleep IQ app so you can compare the temperature to how well you slept to see if there are any trends.
So to connect Nest in your Sleep IQ app, just go into device connections.
Hit connect, and I connect.
Give this page a second to load.
That's gonna take a little while.
Then hit continue here.
And then you'll enter in your login credentials for your next app.
So I'm gonna put in my email.
And to save some time, I have my password Preloaded.
And there you go.
It's just going to pull up the specific device you have.
Make sure to select that.
You'll get the little check mark on the side.
Hit connect at the bottom and there you have it.
You can go into manage to see what Sort of integrations, and what it's doing, when it was last connected, last synced, and so on.
And to make any changes you want.
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