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    List devices by device type

    Is it possible to list devices by "device type"?

    #2
    Well, sorta.... Here's what I did:

    Go to Setup -> Custom
    Change your Location 2 Label to "Device Type"
    From there, the dropdown in the List View will contain the sorting "Device Type" for Asc and Dec

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    Maybe not 100% what you're looking for, but it might help.



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      #3
      My question was imprecise. I am trying to list all of the devices that have a device type of "x". The device types are part of the Device type pages at the very bottom of the page but I can not find a way to only display devices which have a device type of "x".

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        #4
        Originally posted by rmasonjr View Post
        Well, sorta.... Here's what I did:

        Go to Setup -> Custom
        Change your Location 2 Label to "Device Type"
        From there, the dropdown in the List View will contain the sorting "Device Type" for Asc and Dec

        Click image for larger version  Name:	screenshot.png Views:	43 Size:	21.1 KB ID:	1405528

        Maybe not 100% what you're looking for, but it might help.
        That would only work if he abandoned his current use of the Location2 label and instead created Device Type labels within the new definition of Location2 and then manually assigned all of his devices Location2 labels to the newly created device types.
        I think I would use Category instead. Create new categories for each possible device type and attach a new category to the devices. Unlike Location1 or Location2, devices can have more than one category assigned to them.

        So, the short answer to his question is No, you only have Location1, Location2, and Category for filtering and Name/Location1/Location2 for sorting. If you have no other use for Loation1 or Location2 then use it for Device Type. My Location1 is now "Technology" (Z-Wave, Zigbee, Insteon, Plug-In, and Virtual) and Location2 is "Room".
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          #5
          I realise that this is now 2 years old, but the forum is also a searchable knowledge base for current and future users, so here is a fix to your puzzle...

          You can do exactly what you want to do if you revert to the old HS3 style of displaying your devices. You do this by using your usual URL (usually 192.168...) but ending it with 'deviceutility', rather than 'devices.html'.

          This will display your devices in the familiar HS3 format, including the column labelled 'Type'. You can also filter by Device Type at the top of the listing.

          Hope this helps, although you might have found this for yourself by now!

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