You want that, when you are coming home, the light directly turns on. You want also that the heating system and the radio directly goes on. This is all possible! With Scenes you are not only making your life more comfortable but you are also saving money on your energy bill!
In this tutorial we explain step by step how you can add a Scene to your account. In this way the installing will be more easy. Success!

A Scene, what is that and why do I have to add one?

Adding a Scene provides you more comfort and at the same time you will be saving energy. It is up to you to make a Scene or not. A Scene ensures that several products automatically (at the same time) turns on or off, dimming lights or changing the temperature, whenever you want. You decide which products contribute to the Scene and when you switch the Scene on or off.
You can make as many as Scenes as you want and there are a lot of options to make the Scene personal.
*When you already logged in, you can proceed directly to step 3.

Step 1: Start page

The first step is to go to the website of BeNext. Go to In the upper right corner you see Login. Click on this button and go to step 2.

Step 1: Go to and click on 'Login'.

Step 2: Log in

Log in to your own account. Fill in your username and password and click on ‘Login’. Proceed to step 3.

Step 2: Log in.

Step 3: Setup

Go to ‘Setup’. Here you can add everything (settings, rooms, products etc.). After this go to step 4.

Step 3: Go to 'Setup'.

Step 4: Go to ‘Scene’

Click on ‘Scene’ in the menu on your left. Proceed to the next step.

Step 4: Go to 'Scene'.

Step 5: Click on ‘Add new’

Go to ‘Add new’ to create a new Scene. Then go to step 6.

Step 5: Click on 'Add new'.

Step 6: Select products

Choose the products you want to use in this Scene. Click on ‘Add’ to add these products to your Scenes. After that you can go to step 7.

Step 6: Select products.

Step 7: Name your Scene and add the action

Here you can give the Scene a name. In this way it is easy for you to remember what Scene it is. This is also the place where you have to add actions to the products. If you activate the Scene what has the product have to do? Does the product have to go on or off? Should the temperature change or do you want to dim the lights? Whatever you like, you can add here. Ready? Proceed to the next step.

Step 7: Name your Scene and add the action.

Step 8: Successful!

Your Scene is successfully added to your account! You are now almost finished, go to the next step.

Step 8: Successful!

Step 9: Synchronize your Gateway

It it necessary to synchronize your Gateway. When your Gateway is not synchronized, the new updates will not work. The Gateway do not ‘know’ the new updates so it can not be used. Synchronizing does not take long. After this you can go to the next step.

Step 9: Synchronize your Gateway.

Step 10: Synchronized successfully!

If you see the green check-mark (next to Logout), then your Gateway is successfully synchronized. From now on your new updates will work.

Step 10: Synchronized successfully!

The Scene is added to your account, what now?

Your Scene has been added to your account and you can use this now. The pictures below show you how to use a Scene and where you can do this.

Step 1: Activate Scene

When you go to ‘Live’, you see Scenes (see printscreen). This page shows maximal six Scenes (alphabetical selected). Click on the Scene you want to activate and proceed to step 2. Do you have more than six Scenes and the one you want to activate is not on this page then you have to go through ‘Lifestyle’. See for this step 3.

Step 1: Activate Scene.

Step 2: Click ‘OK’

When you are sure you want to activate this Scene, click on OK to confirm. The Scene will directly be activated.

Step 2: Click 'OK'.

Step 3: Lifestyle

In the left menu you see ‘Lifestyle’. Go there and proceed to the next step.

Step 3: Go to 'Lifestyle'.

Step 4: Activate Scene

Here you see, under Scenes, every Scene you made. Click on the Scene you want to activate and go back to step 2.

Step 4: Activate a Scene.

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