Pothos plants are native to the French Polynesian Islands in the Pacific Ocean and have naturalized in tropical and sub-tropical regions worldwide.
To mimic the filtered, tropical sunlight, you’ll need to give your Pothos bright indirect light. That means in an east- or north-facing window or set back from a west- or south-facing one out of the direct sunlight.
Pothos plants don’t do well in temperatures below 50 degrees, so if you set your plant outside, be sure to bring it in when the temperature drops.
As a plant of the tropics and sub-tropics, Pothos loves high humidity. It is very tolerant of a range of humidity levels, but to help it grow its fastest, boost the humidity by using a pebble tray or humidifier or set it in the bathroom or kitchen where humidity levels are high.