How to Control Harmony Hub With Siri Shortcuts

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With iOS 12 or later, Yonomi users can finally start using Siri to do all of the amazing things they already do with the Yonomi App just by using their voice and their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, HomePod.

For Logitech Harmony Hub owners, this means they can run Routines that control all of their Harmony-linked devices using Siri and Yonomi. “Hey Siri, turn on Movie Time!” has a nice ring to it, right?

How to Control Harmony Hub With Siri Shortcuts

  • First, make sure you’ve downloaded the Yonomi App and are running iOS 12 or later

  • When you open the Yonomi App, run Discovery to confirm that your Logitech Harmony Hub and all of your Harmony activities are linked to your Yonomi account

  • In the Yonomi App, create a new Routine called “Movie Time”, or whatever you would like to name the Routine

  • Under “Run These Actions”, set all of desired actions you would like your Harmony Hub and other devices to run in this Routine

    • e.g. Turn TV on

    • e.g. Turn Apple TV on

    • e.g. Dim all living room lights

  • Your Routine is now ready to use with any Yonomi-compatible device linked to your Yonomi account.

  • To run the Routine using Siri on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or HomePod, follow these instructions to create a new Siri Shortcut.