Gripe/Suggestion about Outdoor Floodlight Cameras

So I just switched my wifi system in the house to Eero. Everything was great, until something happened and all my cameras went offline.

Not the problem. Reprogrammed all the cameras and we are good to go.

But do you know how I realized my cameras were offline? Because I got back home and there was a blue light flashing periodically on my floodlight cameras (I have two). Strange? What’s going on? So I pull up the app and bam! All my cameras are offline!! And the best (sarcasm - worst part actually) - EVERYONE knows my cameras are offline thanks to the flashing blue light!!

So maybe, rather than the blue light flashing, Ring can develop a system to send us a (more discrete) text (or email) saying “hey your cameras are offline!” And maybe the cameras can start flashing blue when we start to reprogram them. Rather than, you know, announce to the world that my cameras are offline with a flashy blue light….just a thought. Gripe done.[quote=“SaladSquad, post:1, topic:99274, full:true”]
So I just switched my wifi system in the house to Eero. Everything was great, until something happened and all my cameras went offline.

Not the problem. Reprogrammed all the cameras and we are good to go.

But do you know how I realized my cameras were offline? Because I got back home and there was a blue light flashing periodically on my floodlight cameras (I have two). Strange? What’s going on? So I pull up the app and bam! All my cameras are offline!! And the best (sarcasm - worst part actually) - EVERYONE knows my cameras are offline thanks to the flashing blue light!!

So maybe, rather than the blue light flashing, Ring can develop a system to send us a (more discrete) text (or email) saying “hey your cameras are offline!” And maybe the cameras can start flashing blue when we start to reprogram them. Rather than, you know, announce to the world that my cameras are offline with a flashy blue light….just a thought. Gripe done.