Groups allow the user to combine multiple entities into one.
Check the States page from the Developer Tools and browse the Current entities: listing for all available entities.
# Example configuration.yaml entry group: kitchen: name: Kitchen entities: - switch.kitchen_pin_3 climate: name: Climate entities: - sensor.bedroom_temp - sensor.porch_temp awesome_people: name: Awesome People entities: - device_tracker.dad_smith - device_tracker.mom_smith
Name of the group.
Array or comma delimited string, list of entities to group.
Set this to
trueif the group state should only turn on if all grouped entities are on.
The icon that shows in the front end. The rest of this only applies to the deprecated UI
/states. If the group is a view, this icon will show at the top in the frontend instead of the name. If the group is a view and both name and icon have been specified, the icon will appear at the top of the frontend and the name will be displayed as the mouse-over text.
Only applies to the deprecated UI
/states. If yes then the entry will be shown as a view (tab) at the top. Groups that are set to
view: truecannot be used as entities in other views. Does not apply to Lovelace.
This is only a feature in generated mode of Lovelace If value set to
hiddenthe group switch will be hidden.
By default when any member of a group is
on then the group will also be
on. Similarly with a device tracker, when any member of the group is
home then the group is
home. If you set the
all option to
true though, this behavior is inverted and all members of the group have to be
on for the group to turn on as well.
This section only applies if you’ve not moved off the deprecated
/states user interface.
A group can be promoted to a view by setting
view: true under the group definition. This will make the group available as a new tab in the frontend.
By default, every group appears in the HOME tab. If you create a group
default_view it will REPLACE the contents of the HOME tab so you can customize the HOME tab as you wish.
# Example configuration.yaml entry group: default_view: view: true icon: mdi:home entities: - group.kitchen - group.awesome_people - group.climate kitchen: name: Kitchen entities: - switch.kitchen_pin_3 upstairs: name: Kids icon: mdi:account-multiple view: true entities: - input_boolean.notify_home - camera.demo_camera - device_tracker.demo_paulus - group.garden climate: name: Climate view: false entities: - sensor.bedroom_temp - sensor.porch_temp awesome_people: name: Awesome People view: false entities: - device_tracker.dad_smith - device_tracker.mom_smith
Example of groups shown as views in the frontend.
If all entities in a group are switches or lights then Home Assistant adds a switch at the top of the card that turns them all on/off at once. If you want to hide this switch, set
You can create views (tabs) that contain other groups (but not other groups which are marked as
Notice in the example below that in order to refer to the group “Living Room”, you use
group.living_room (lowercase and spaces replaced with underscores).
# Example configuration.yaml entry that shows two groups, referred to in a view group (tab) Living Room: control: hidden entities: - light.light_family_1 - binary_sensor.motion_living Bedroom: light.light_bedroom, switch.sleeping Rooms: view: true name: Rooms entities: - group.living_room - group.bedroom