September 8, 2016
You may not know that you can set your Awair to Sleep Mode, or have it display as a clock. To help you get the full Awair experience, we rounded up some of our favorite and useful hidden features:
Temporarily change your display mode. Enable this setting and simply knock on the top of your device twice to access the secondary display. For example, if you are on clock mode and you knock on the device, it will temporarily show the Awair score for 10 seconds before reverting back to display the time.
Activate sleep mode to ensure random knocking around the house doesn’t cause drastic changes in your LED lighting that would disrupt your sleep. Start knocking today and enjoy the secondary display!
Choose how Awair betters your air. Based on your preferences we will recommend products that could improve your environment. You can choose between the 4 modes outlined below:
We’re always looking to make our product better so if you’d like to partner with us and be featured on our app let us know!
Don’t want the brightness of your Awair device to bother you at night? Simply go to your LED brightness setting and set your device to be in sleep mode. Your Awair will dim in accordance with the lights in your room.
See your Awair data right from your homepage. Pull down your notifications tab from the top of your phone and select "Today". Install the widget and keep track of your air right in that drop-down menu!
*only available for iOS users
The Awair device is optimized to display information in a way that is simple and easy to understand.
Only a small colored dot is shown on your Awair device to indicate the status of your air. This display has limited brightness to avoid disrupting you at night.
The Awair score stays visible at all times so that you can instantly see how your air is doing.
Set your timezone on your Awair device and have it function as a fashionable clock.
Tilt your phone horizontally and view your data in a landscape format. This timeline view makes it easier to see what’s happening in your air over a long period of time.
*The week view is only available for iOS users
We hope that you found these features exciting and will be able to do so much more with your Awair device! Are there any other display features or things that you would like to see? Let us know! Write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Building health safety has always been important, but it has never received as much public attention as it is getting now. A big part of that attention is focused on indoor air quality (IAQ). People are becoming increasingly aware that ventilation, air filtering, and IAQ are leading factors in measuring the safety of a space, especially for re-entry. In addition, managing building air quality:
We asked our Awair product experts for trends in IAQ in 2022. This is our short list.
As the summer months roll on, some teachers and parents have back to school on their minds. Earlier this year, there were a mix of K-12 classroom dynamics as the vaccine was being distributed across states. Many schools reopened in some capacity, but others were in a completely remote or hybrid format. Now, as younger age groups are waiting for the “green light” for the vaccine, school officials are faced with classroom health and safety questions.