Please note: There is currently an issue with WiFi Direct on Nexus 6P devices running Android 7.1.1 that prevents them from properly configuring the G1 WiFi Gateway. View more details.
Now that you're able to monitor your sensors over the internet, if all of them are within range of your gateway, the SensorPush app no longer needs to use Bluetooth. You can go into the SensorPush app settings (use the settings button in the upper-left corner of the main device list) and toggle off Bluetooth. This will improve battery life on your phone. It's also useful to test the gateway to be sure that everything is functioning properly and that all of your sensors are in range. Note that the app will still use Bluetooth when you add new sensors or reconfigure your gateway.
You may want to experiment a bit with the placement of your gateway and the antenna and sensor orientations for optimal coverage in your particular situation. Give the gateway some time (half an hour or so) in each configuration to scan and communicate with all of the sensors before evaluating it or trying something else. The initial download takes longer than the following incremental updates, so while you should start to get current conditions very quickly, it might take some time for the gateway to catch up with the available history stored on the sensor.
Finally, as always, we're here to help. Let us know if anything isn't working as you expect or is unclear or confusing. We're always working to improve our products and your feedback is critical to make them the best they can be. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon and Nick
The SensorPush Team
Please note: There is currently an issue with the Nexus 6P and WiFi Direct. This issue prevents the Nexus 6P from being able to configure the G1 WiFi Gateway.
The system will work normally with the Nexus 6P otherwise, but you will need to use a different device to set up your gateway. Once finished, you can log into the account you create during setup from the SensorPush app settings on your Nexus 6P. Access this screen using the button in the upper-left corner of the main screen of the app. Then tap "Log In" and enter the email address and password you created during gateway setup.
On February 25, an Android forum member reported that the Android 7.1.2 beta resolves this issue. Hopefully it will be released soon!