By default, all of your devices will be visible and have a default icon determined by their domain. You can customize the look and feel of your front page by altering some of these parameters. This can be done by overriding attributes of specific entities.
Be carefull not to forget to place
homeassistant: or it will fail.
homeassistant: name: Home unit_system: metric # etc customize: # Add an entry for each entity that you want to overwrite. sensor.living_room_motion: hidden: true thermostat.family_room: entity_picture: https://example.com/images/nest.jpg friendly_name: Nest switch.wemo_switch_1: friendly_name: Toaster entity_picture: /local/toaster.jpg switch.wemo_switch_2: friendly_name: Kitchen kettle icon: mdi:kettle switch.rfxtrx_switch: assumed_state: false # Customize all entities in a domain customize_domain: light: icon: mdi:home # Customize entities matching a pattern customize_glob: "light.kitchen_*": icon: mdi:description
||Name of the entity|
||Url to use as picture for entity|
||Any icon from MaterialDesignIcons.com. Prefix name with
||For switches with an assumed state two buttons are shown (turn off, turn on) instead of a switch. By setting
||Sets the class of the device, changing the device state and icon that is displayed on the UI (see below).|
Device class is currently supported by the following platforms:
Home Assistant offers a service to reload the core configuration while Home Assistant is running called
homeassistant/reload_core_config. This allows you to change your customize section and see it being applied without having to restart Home Assistant. To call this service, go to the service developer tools, select the service
homeassistant/reload_core_config and click “Call Service”.
New customize information will be applied the next time the state of the entity gets updated.