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Tue, Apr 21, 2015 7:55 PM

Did I Close The Garage (creative program)

Trying to get everyone dressed, fed, and out the door on time in the morning is hard enough. So it’s no surprise you spend some mornings driving around the block wondering if you closed the garage door before you left. With the Garage Door Controller you can use your smartphone to verify the garage door is closed, close it, automatically lock your doors and arm your system. Here’s how to use your garage door controller to make sure your garage is closed and home is protected.

*I am an AT&T employee, and the postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent AT&T's position, strategies or opinions.

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5 years ago

This program requires the following:

  • Garage door controller
  • Pushbutton or Touchscreen door lock
    • Only required if you also want to lock the doors automatically.

 

To create the “Did I Close The Garage“ program, follow these 4 easy steps:

 

Step 1: Log into your Digital Life Account from any computer or tablet.

 

Step 2: Select what will happen

  1. Select Programs and + New Program

  2. Click Get Started (Click to hide and bypass this screen in the future.)

  3. Select the first thing that will happen when this program runs

  • Select Device Action
  • Select Door Lock will lock

Click No for no delay before this action takes place and click Save

  • Select Device Action
  • Select Digital Life System will set to armed-away

Click No for no delay before this action takes place and click Save

  4. Click Next

 

Step 3: Program Triggers
  1. Select Automatically, based on rules      
  2. Click Device Trigger

  3. Select Garage Door Controller is closed immediately

  4. Click Save

 

 Step 4: Name and Save your program
  1. Click Next

  2. Select the days and times the program should run (defaults to run every day all day)

  3. Click Next

  4. Name your program
  5. Click Save

*I am an AT&T employee, and the postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent AT&T's position, strategies or opinions.

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5 Messages

4 years ago

The safe operation of an overhead garage door requires you to look at the door opening before closing the door.  Children, pets, and wildlife can be seriously injured if the door strikes them or crushes them.  The door can cause significant damage if it strikes vehicles, bicycles or other if the door strikes them when closing.  Overhead garage doors are required to have a sensor located near the floor that will stop the door from fully closing or causing the door to return to the open position.  Writing a program to automatically close an unattended overhead door is dangerous.  You should install a camera facing the door and check the camera before closing the overhead door.

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