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Regarding SmartTiles with SmartThings. First, the interface is simply a webpage so it looks the same on every device. Also, you can make separate 'pages' if you want. That way if you have 70+ devices you can organize them into different pages instead of having a large page with a lot of scrolling. That way you could have one page for lights, another for doors, etc. I hope this helps.

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Regarding SmartTiles with SmartThings. First, the interface is simply a webpage so it looks the same on every device. Also, you can make separate 'pages' if you want. That way if you have 70+ devices you can organize them into different pages instead of having a large page with a lot of scrolling. That way you could have one page for lights, another for doors, etc. I hope this helps.

 

It is just a web page, one which lets you customize the look and feel with CSS code like normal sites. Even custom Icons.  The the page is also known as a 'dashboard' which you can link to other dashboards, so for what you want I would split up your devices by dashboards then make a 'master' dashboard that links to the others.

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