We try to snooze either the Doorbell 3 or Floodlight when working around the house. Doing so from either an iPad, iWatch, iPhone is hit and miss. Most times it seems to take two or more attempts.
We have a FloodLight cam and Doorbell 3. We are using the iOS app, usually on an iPhone. We also have two linked Chimes that make noise when motion is detected. My wife and I have the ring app on the phone.
I tried the global snooze and individual devices. The snooze icon shows on the dashboard but when I walk past the snoozed device, it triggers the chimes. Seems that the Snooze stopped the Ring notification on the phone. So, is snooze on a camera or doorbell ONLY for notifications, not chimes?
I snoozed doorbell 3 for 30 minutes from Ring app on iOS phone. Went out side, and it seemed to work however, my wife got the notification on her phone and iWatch. Her dashboard did not show the device as snoozed. So, maybe snoozing is per device so, She could get alerts and I could choose not to. Taking this further, I had her snooze the doorbell 3 for 30 minutes, my iPhone also had the device snoozed for 30 minutes and it seemed to work. Looks like the Snooze was per device. Then, both removed the snooze, tried to trigger the doorbell and nothing. Cancelling snooze seems to not work or take a long time to kick in. Is this normal?
When a device is snoozed from one iOS device, the other devices do not show the device as snoozed in the dashboard or . So, help me understand, is the snoozing only to stop the ring notification on the device that turn on snooze or should it stop notification on all devices?
Should the chimes (I have two) also snooze when as device or all devices are snoozed?
Seems the snooze feature needs some serious work or am I just not getting it?