If you have reduced your schedule down to just one interval, it’s easy to create more.

Simply adjust the start or end time (so that the interval covers a smaller timeframe), choose a different mode and set.

The scheduler will automatically create a new interval to fill the gap. For example, if you start with (00-24 Comfort), you could easily split this by adjusting the interval to (00-07 Eco), which would create the new interval (07-24 Comfort).

You can keep “splitting” intervals this way to produce more intervals until there are 24 intervals, one for every hour. However, be aware that if you try to create adjacent intervals with the same mode, they will merge to create one large interval.

Simply adjust the start or end time (so that the interval covers a smaller timeframe), choose a different mode and set.

The scheduler will automatically create a new interval to fill the gap. For example, if you start with (00-24 Comfort), you could easily split this by adjusting the interval to (00-07 Eco), which would create the new interval (07-24 Comfort).

You can keep “splitting” intervals this way to produce more intervals until there are 24 intervals, one for every hour. However, be aware that if you try to create adjacent intervals with the same mode, they will merge to create one large interval.