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November 26, 2018

3D Touch - Setting up shortcuts to your scenes

The iPhone's pressure sensitive 3D Touch screen allows users to access their scenes by holding the app icon. iPhone models 6 S and 6 S Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and iPhone X have the 3D Touch capability. 

 

How to turn 3D Touch on (or off)

  1. On an iPhone, go to Settings > General > Accessibility, swipe down and tap '3D Touch' to turn the feature on. Then, adjust the 3D Touch Sensitivity using the slider below. 

    Screen shot of the iPhone 3D Touch Accessibility





















     
  2. Go to the Smarter Home app and click on the drop-down menu to expand the options, scroll down and select 'App Settings'. 

    Screen shot of the Enercare Smarter Home app drop-down menu




















     
  3. Select the second option, '3D Touch'.

    Screen shot of the Enercare Smarter Home app settings







     
  4. Press 'Edit' and then select which item(s) you want to show up when the 3D Touch is used. You can configure up to 4 Touch items. When done, press complete. 

    Screen shot of the Enercare Smarter Home app settings




















     
  5. When complete, the 3D Touch quick items will show up when the Smarter Home App is touched and held. 

    Screen shot of the 3D Touch activation













     

Additional information about the Smarter Home System can be found here

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