No, a sensor can only have one type of "placement" - either delayed or not delayed. You can't have different values for different modes.
Setting it to AM works for me. I'm on Android Galaxy S8 - though that shouldn't matter for such a feature.
Not the case with me. Samsung Galaxt S10+ Android 10. Cannot select AM time. See pictures.
Also when motion alerts pop up on home screen, selecting ignore for up to 2 hours does not work. It works in the app but not from the home screen pop up. I believe Ring know about the snooze issue.
Can I also ask does setting a motion sensor to high mean the battery will drain quicker?
And are motion sensors trigger by events outside windows? I want to set one facing some patio doors.
Here are the other 2 pictures it wouldn't let me post.
EDIT: Wonderful. They don't seem to work.
EDIT: Actually they do but you have to download them first.
I've only had my motion sensors for 2 months and they have been set on high. I'm keeping an eye on the battery. I'll report back on how long the battery lasts. These alarm motion sensors are on ALL of the time (even when disarmed). They generate hundreds of events per day which can't be good for the battery life.
I would not recommend pointing the sensor out the window because you could generate a lot of false alarms. The sensors are IR-based so the sun or other reflections can cause you a lot of issues.
(And I couldn't download your images - just got an error )
Also it seem a workaround to having a senor as immediate in away but delayed in home is to have 2 sensors. This seem a bit daft so please add this as a feature ASAP. Otherwise I'm pretty happy with the system so far.
I am new to Ring, coming from ADT. The ADT installer who did my system intially said not to aim the motion detector at the windows/slider but rather into the room that I wanted to guard, they will still pickup the intruder as they enter and it reduces false alarms from the windows themselves.