Honeywell Total Connect HTML5 Platform Is Now Available in Beta

Ilan Dee by Ilan Dee | 01.30.2017

Cloud-HTML-TC-2-for-Laptop_FaceBook_V4The Honeywell Total Connect team continues to develop our brand new HTML5 beta platform and are working hard to provide a new web and mobile experience. We will release the HTML5 beta in phases in a monthly release cycle. We are excited to inform you that Security, Events, Settings & Notifications is the first phase of the Beta which is now available. Preview these enhancements, familiarize yourself with the new platform and share your valuable feedback with us.

Why HTML5?
The HTML5 beta is accessible on any desktop (PC or Mac), tablet or mobile device—Windows Phone, BlackBerry, iPhone, iPad and Android—with no app to download. Honeywell recognizes the incredible opportunities HTML5 offers you. Delivering a completely rebuilt website with features comparable to the Honeywell Total Connect iPhone app and our new Android beta app, ensure you can continue to sell the leading remote services security solutions on a leading edge-platform.

Give Us Your Feedback
Beta testing gives us the opportunity to fix any potential technical or user experience issues prior to general release, helping to ensure that we launch the best version possible. Your honest feedback is critical to the success of our platform and is greatly valued and appreciated. Check out the Honeywell Total Connect HTML5 Beta here. There is a feedback form in the “About” section under “Settings” where you can share your input. You can also email your comments to totalconnectquestions@honeywell.com.

Existing Honeywell Total Connect Web Platform
For full functionality including video and automation features, users must continue to use the existing Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 website. Once Beta development is fully completed in 2017, the existing Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 website will be officially discontinued and the HTML5 platform will be used for full functionality across the entire platform. Your users will be automatically prompted to switch over to the new HTML5 platform once launched.

We look forward to hearing what you think.