Having very recently installed a Starter Kit V3+ which wirelessly controls heating and water, and having added Smart Radiator Thermostats to 9 out of 13 radiators in the house (three of those without TRVs being towel radiators, the fourth being the obligatory 'reference' radiator in the hall), the following shows up:
The boiler provides heat to all radiators without a Tado Smart Radiator Thermostat installed- and it does so 24/7. I'm not used to that, and would like to see the boiler shut down whenever heat is not being required.
Could Tado's app be provided with a setting that overrides everything and provides the ability to set global on/off times for the heating? Those radiators that are fitted with Tado Smart Radiator Thermostats could then be configured to function variably ('smartly') within those 'on' times, reducing heating demand accordingly.
The expense of installing this kit is designed to reduce heating costs. It doesn't make sense to impose always-on behaviour for radiators without smart TRVs. This small modification would make Tado substantially more attractive as a purchase.
. . . or am I missing something that is already possible?