config integration is designed to display panels in the frontend to configure and manage parts of Home Assistant.
This integration is by default enabled, unless you’ve disabled or removed the
default_config: line from your configuration. If that is the case, the following example shows you how to enable this integration manually:
# Example configuration.yaml entry config:
This section enables you to manage integrations for devices such as Philips Hue and Sonos from within Home Assistant.
This section enables you to manage your Home Assistant users.
This section enables you to manage the name, location, and unit system of your Home Assistant installation.
This section enables you to control Home Assistant from within Home Assistant. Check your configuration, reload the core, groups, scripts, automations, and the Home Assistant process itself with a single mouse click.
This section enables you to associate users with their device tracker entities using the person component.
This section enables you to override the name, change the entity ID or disable an entity in Home Assistant.
This section enables you to organize entities to physical areas of your home.
This section enables you to create and modify automations from within Home Assistant, without needing to write out the YAML code.
Similar to the automation editor, this section enables you to create and modify scripts from within Home Assistant, without needing to write out the YAML code.
This section enables you to customize entities within Home Assistant. Use this to set friendly names, change icons, and modify other attributes.