Use Humidity to Modify Temperature
The humidity information seems pointless to have in the Tado thermostat system as it stands. Why not use the humidity to modify the temperature setting to allow "feels like" temperature functionality?
The relationship between humidity and apparent temperature is that, for roughly a 10% increase in humidity, the apparent temperature increases by slightly less than 1deg C.
In the UK, where I live, the relative humidity in my house varies from about 40-65%. Having the temperature set point automatically adjusted according to humidity would add a bit more heat in the winter, when it's drier, and a bit less as summer approaches, without me having to change anything.