Add Your SmartThings Devices to DAKboard!

We’re excited to announce our new integration with Samsung SmartThings, allowing you to display the status and info from almost any connected smart home device on DAKboard!

Setup

To get started, add a new “SmartThings” block to your custom screen. Edit it and link your SmartThings account if necessary. Then, select the devices and sensors you’d like to see up on DAKboard:

Add a single sensor per block, or combine any number of devices and sensors in a block. Optionally set a title and a background in the “Formatting” tab to add additional information and styling!

Supported Sensors

DAKboard currently supports the following SmartThings sensor types:

  • Acceleration
  • AudioVolume
  • Battery
  • Button
  • Contact
  • Door
  • FanSpeed
  • GarageDoor
  • Humidity
  • Illuminance
  • Light
  • Lock
  • MotionSensor
  • PresenseSensor
  • PowerMeter
  • Switch
  • SwitchLevel
  • TamperAlert
  • Temperature
  • UltravioletIndex
  • Valve
  • WaterSensor
  • WindowShade

We will be adding more sensors over the next few days, so please let us know if there’s a particular sensor type you’d like to see.

Add sensors to individual blocks. Set a background color for the block and add a block title.
A weather-centric layout with SmartThings blocks on the sides.
The ultimate Smart Home dashboard. Select and customize this template from within your DAKboard account!

Thanks!

The entire DAKboard team thanks you for using and supporting DAKboard. We’re committed to building the best product possible and we’re excited to share that with you.

If you have any questions or feedback, we’d love to hear from you. Check out our support page for more information and we’re always available at contact@dakboard.com.

11 thoughts on “Add Your SmartThings Devices to DAKboard!”

  1. the ability to see the status of Samsung Smart Appliances would be a game changer for me. I’ve heavily invested in their ecosystem and being able to put that on a smart display would probably be the thing that finally gets me to go full in on a DAKboard centric display.

  2. It’s no good if you cannot tell what sensor you’re looking at. Have I missed something during setup? I added 3 different contact sensors and it gives the status but not the name of each particular one.

    1. Hi, we don’t have a way to label individual sensors yet. In the meantime, you could add each sensor to its own block and then set the block name for each block.

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