If I plug my whole house humidifier into a 3rd generation Nest, is it smart enough to track outdoor temperature and adjust indoor as needed to keep condensation off the inside of the windows?

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    Outdoor humidity has no effect on indoor condensation on your windows. Indoor condensation is caused by humid indoor air against the cool glass.
    – brhans
    Jul 20 '17 at 11:25
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    Sorry, I meant outdoor temperature (I edited the question). In the winter, the humidity must be adjusted manually as the temperature fluctuates. I was hoping that Nest does this automatically as some humidifiers do with outdoor sensors
    – David
    Jul 20 '17 at 14:03

In my experience Nest's customer support is excellent, they have technicians which seem to be capable of talking homeowners and pros through some fair technical installs.

It appears that this is a common question, and that Nest doesn't support this feature yet, but I would call Nest's support line and see if they have any tips.

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