I'm not going to send a new request, since I agree with this request. Me and my spouse should have full rights and complete access on all settings of my devices. Not only that, but please note that we have different notifications, so logging under one account is not an option.
Keep the Neighbour option, since that is perfect for others i want to add with limited rights.
I totally agree
Yes, this is very annoying. Needs to be fixed asap.
I agree. There needs to be multiple owners or shared users need access to bridge. It is silly that my partner cannot turn on or off lights without logging out of their account and logging into mine. We have separate accounts for a reason.
Agreed. Ring, when will this be implemented?
Agreed, my spouse and I would like the same access. Our other security system had this. Not having it is creating issues.
I just found this thread because I too am very annoyed at this. My s.o set up our system but I'm the one mainly using the dang thing and yet I can not operate nearly half of the options I should be able to. It's very frustrating
I'm sorry to disagree but In my view having more than one "MASTER" account puts the system more open to breaches (lost or stolen phone/tablet). It's the same setup for every device! Your WiFi router only has one main login that lets you control everything! You would'nt want 15 login accounts on your router with full access would you??? (I sure as heck would not!). This is done for a reason - security...Guest accounts are setup for this reason. A guest pin will not allow you to change major system settings or delete components just as a router or any large company computer network/intranet. Long story short like a router your home security system has to be "secure". This is the other reason (I read) that RING will not use Geo-fencing because if your phone is stolen and the theif knows where you live all he/she has to do is "go home" and your system is disarmed and ready for the taking! I have an app lock on my phone so no "joe" can access my RING app without a finger print or a pin code just in case someone does "jack" my phone!
Just another point of view and something you may have not considered....
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