How about removing the need for a year when creating a schedule?


#1

I water typically between April and October. When creating a schedule, I have to supply the year which means that I have to add a reminder to my phone to tell me to update the year every November. Wouldn’t it be better to make the year optional?


#2

I second that suggestion.


#3

Agree, start Mother’s day every year and stop at Halloween, what about that?


#4

Some of us water the whole year (Houston, TX area). Any adjustments made to accommodate shorter years will need to recognize this.


#5

I put my system in standby for the part of the year I am not watering…


#6

How does that work? So you don’t tell it when to start and stop? I want to be able to tell it to start and stop, just not specify the year so it will start and stop on those dates each year.


#7

I live in Las Vegas and our water restrictions have the same start and stop dates every year. Winter (Nov – Feb), Spring (Mar – Apr), Summer (May – Aug), and Fall (Sep – Oct). During each of these seasons you may only water on specified days and from May – Sep, not between 11AM & 7PM. For my 13 schedules I have entered start and stop dates for this year but on Jan 1, 2017, I will need to edit all of my schedules to change 2016 to 2017. I know this takes only a few minutes but it would be nice to “set it and forget it”.


#8

Same here.