Hive in two Separate Properties ?

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  1. robinhood1701

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    can you install hive systems in two seperate properties to control the heating systems in each from the same app with one master log in ?
     
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    According to the hive website:

    ''Yes, but you will need to have separate Hive products and log-in details for each property.''
     
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    Ok, but do you have to log out of one to log in the other, or can you access both after setting both up on the app ?
     
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    You would have to log out then log in.
     
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    Someone on the Hive website has suggested a workaround:

    ''Workaround (at least on Android) is to use App Cloner available from the App Store. This can make you a second HIve App which works completely separately from the original, you even get to choose a name so can call it name of second home, or Hive 2 etc. Each can run concurrently on your device and they stay logged in - so you still need two logins but saves having to logout and login on the original hive app.''
     
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    Thanks Gav, that’s a b****r, but what i expected, and i have a iPhone, i May look elsewhere, but it’s something that hive could be improved by.
     

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