This is such a major feature flaw with security impacts. Given all I have read, we the community should consider initiating a class-action suit to get this resolved. Based on two factors: 1. Basic feature missing from product discovered after financial, time, and home modification/value investment and the security risks presented by third-party solutions.
Yes, a free third-party is suspicious. Software costs money, so what is their source? I've recommended we explore a class action against ring to get this resolved. If the community bands together the feature can obviously be introduced to base stations.
Thank you for introducing us all to Simple Commands. Shows what is possible. Concerned about a free third-party service who we don't know how it is funded tho'. Any ideas?
Any update on this feature @Ring Support? Can't beleive this feature is not available and have to look for 3rd party integration.
I've just replaced my security system with a complete Ring including internal security system and outdoor ring cameras but little disappointed with the lack of arm/disarm scehdule feature.
Hi @mpatelp. There is no update or ETA on this feature at this time. I'd suggest keeping an eye on our News and Announcements board, as we'll post new product releases and updates here. This is the best place to check to stay up to date with new features and releases!
Until Ring makes this feature available natively, we can use Alexa routine. I believe you can use the Alex routine even if you don't own an echo device by using your phone and the Alexa app.
I just set up two routines, one for arm and another for disarm, at certain time of the day and it is working perfectly.
The routine to disarm was a little tricky but I got it working by using "Disarm Ring. " ". " "." "." ". One two three four" as Alexa command. The blank quotes are used to give a little pause (not sure if it is really necessary) and the rest is your Ring voice code.
Hope this helps someone as I struggled for few days trying to figure this out.
It's been over a year since this thread was started and still no resolution. My Comcast security system had it. It was very simple.