Scheduling an Activity to start or end

Harmony remotes allow you to schedule turning on or off activities at specific times. This feature allows you to automatically turn on an Activity during the evening when you are home or to turn off an Activity at night when it is time for bed.

If you have not created any activities see: How to create a Harmony Activity

SCHEDULING OPTIONS

Harmony supports various scheduling options. You can:
  • Start or End an Activity at a specific time.
  • Start or End an Activity at Sunset.
  • Start or End an Activity at Sunrise.
  • Start or End an Activity on a specific day of the week.

SCHEDULING OPTIONS

Wake up to your favorite TV channel:
Make your house seem occupied while on vacation:
  • Schedule an Activity that turns on and off your Watch TV for a few hours, making it seem like someone is home.
Take control of your kid’s TV time:
  • Schedule an Activity that turns off your Watch TV or Netflix Activity at 7 PM to start your kid’s bedtime or homework

Scheduling your Activity

  1. Select MENU > Harmony Setup > Add/Edit Devices & Activities > ACTIVITIES.
Select Activities
  1. Select the Activity you would modify, then scroll down and select SCHEDULE.
  2. Set Schedule your Activity to ON then modify the START, END and On These Days fields as desired.
  3. Finally, select > in the upper right-hand corner to complete the process.
Schedule Activity
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