Show and tell: meet the new Cosy Temperature Graphs

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Please note that these temperature graphs are only available via your Cosy Web App. Don’t worry if you only ever use your iOS or Android app to view your Cosy data – you can also access the web app by clicking here.

Once you’re logged in, navigate to the temperature graphs by clicking the temperature overview tab on the main menu… and hey presto! You’ll come face-to-face with a whole host of lovely, colourful Cosy heating data.

How to find your way around the Cosy Temperature Graphs

For more info on using the temperature graphs, simply sit back, relax (preferably with a nice, hot cup of cosy) and watch this short, step-by-step tutorial.

Otherwise, take a look at the image and accompanying text below to find out what the new Cosy Temperature Graphs are all about.

A. This shows what temperatures you have each of your modes set to. Here you can see we have Slumber at 13ºC and Cosy at a toasty warm 23ºC.

B. If your home is set up for twin-zone heating you can toggle between the heating data for the two zones by clicking on the zone you want to view. Have twin-zone heating but only have the one Cosy? Head over to our web store to get yourself an additional display to enable twin-zone heating control.

C. Select a date here to see your Cosy heating data for that particular day. You can scroll up to 30 days back in time to see your heating data from a month ago.

D. By using the Cosy modes key and the colour-coded graph you can see exactly which mode was on at each time of the day. Here for example, we can see that Comfy mode was on between 6:00 and 9:00 in the morning.

E. The white line shows you what your home temperature was at a given point in time. Where we’ve scrolled over this graph we can see that at 13:30 on this day the temperature was 25.3ºC.

F. The orange bars at the bottom of the graph show when your hot water tank was on (and how long it was on for) during the day. If you have a separate hot water tank, you’re now able to control this in the same way you control your temperature from the Cosy App. To get yourself set up, pop over to our web store where you can buy a hot water extension pack – with installation included.

So there you have it, a quick, whistle-stop tour round the new Cosy Temperature Graphs! We hope you enjoyed the ride?

If you do have any more questions for us, either about the graphs or about setting up twin-zone heating and hot water control please pop your comments in the box below or get in touch with our support team by email. We look forward to hearing from you!

Your comments

  • Have seen the guide have cosy on my I pad and I phone but can only get temperatures as I did before. I have heard information but still can’t access the new system.

    Posted by: Patricia Clough on 15 July 2016 at 5:55 pm

  • Hi, I already have the cosy app. Downloaded, but how can access the temperature graphs please?
    Thank you.

    Posted by: G.seta on 15 July 2016 at 6:53 pm

  • Thanks for the info on the new temperature graph. Don’t know if you are aware but if you run the curser along the temperature line to give the exact temperature at any given time, it does not work after 21.30. Not a great problem but thought I should bring it to your attention

    Posted by: Terry Edwards on 17 July 2016 at 4:16 pm

  • Hi Patricia. The temperature graphs are only available on the web app – this is a slightly different app from your phone app. To access your web app account you’ll need to click on this link and then enter your login details (same as for your iPhone app) and then you can click through to the temperature graphs section from the main menu. Hope that helps? Michelle

    Posted by: Michelle Harrison on 18 July 2016 at 11:12 am

  • Hello there. To access your web app account you’ll need to click here and then enter your login details (same as for your Cosy mobile app) and then you can click through to the temperature graphs section from the main menu. Hope that helps? If you have any more questions, get in touch! 🙂 Michelle

    Posted by: Michelle Harrison on 18 July 2016 at 11:15 am

  • Hi Terry. Thanks very much for flagging this up – I’ve passed your feedback on to our tech team for them to take a look into this. Thanks again 🙂 Michelle

    Posted by: Michelle Harrison on 18 July 2016 at 11:24 am