BlissHome Instructions & FAQ
If you have a dual-band router, make sure your connection is 2.4GHz, not 5Ghz.
Choose from the available light options or add the auto-scanned light when prompted.
Each light's user interface is divided into menus. Select the menu tab for each desired control - for example, visit the color tab if you want to set the light to a specific color.
Press the + button at the top right to create a new Smart Scene.
There is also an FAQ tab with detailed instructions and troubleshooting tools.
If your light isn't connecting to the BlissHome app, please check to ensure that you are using a BlissHome-compatible light and running 2.4Gh Wifi. The app will not connect via a 5Gh Wifi connection.
Next, check your network connection strength. You can view this in the BlissHome app by tapping a product and selecting the pen and paper icon in the upper right corner. Choose "Check device network" - if the indicator is green, your network connection is strong. If it's orange, your connection is weak.
If the 2.4Gh Wifi connection is strong but the light is still unable to connect, close the app and restart, or delete the app and reinstall.
A Group is a collection of the same kind of product. You can control a group of lights at the same time, instead of changing the settings for each one individually. For instance, you would use a Group if you wanted to set all your BlissEmbers to shine green. You can add as many of the same type of item to a group as you like.
A Smart Scenario is a command sequence for various products to follow. You can add multiple types of BlissLights to a Smart Scenario and individually set them to a specific setting based on a trigger. For instance, you can create a Smart Scenario that changes your BlissRadia to shine yellow and your Sky Lite Evolve to shine purple after 8pm.
Groups can be created only when there are multiple lights are of the same model. If you'd like to create an action with multiple different kinds of lights, try using a Smart Scenario.
If you are unable to group two or more of the same kind of light, they may be running on different versions of firmware. Make sure both lights are updated and then attempt to group them again.