I just got the ring pro 2 and you have to wait 90 seconds to press the button to ring the doorbell again. I spoke to someone on ring support and they said that is by design. I think this is a danger because if there’s a fire, for example, Someone’s trying to wake you up ringing the doorbell, They have to wait 90 seconds in between. I don’t believe this was an issue with my original ring pro. Any feedback?
Hi @f6e7ed5ebdea344e2858. Thanks for sharing your feedback with the Community! As support mentioned, this is how the Doorbell is intended to behave. You’re welcome to leave any suggestions on our Feature Request board. This will help us to organize and share your requests with our teams here, as well as allow other neighbors to comment and add interest, all in one place. Feel free to link that post you make in the Feature Request board here so other neighbors that come to this thread can easily find your feature!
That is a HORRIBLE design feature. Think about it… you go to someone’s house, ring the doorbell. How long do you HONESTLY wait until you ring it again? I would say 30 seconds MAX.
I agree too… Even not 30 seconds.
You press the button - the bell rings.
This is the “expected behavior” of pressing a button, eh?
Or put something else to react to subsequent presses of the button - via lights or voice…
Many of us have Ring Chimes in the other side of the house so the visitor could not hear it (neither I if I am at the other room too).