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Ring App Feature Request

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New Neighbor

Notifications when in Do Not Disturb on IOS Apple phones

Is there a way or could Ring create a way to receive notifcations when an Apple phone is set to Do Not Disturb?  I get a lot of emails overnite and I hate having the phone wake me up so I use DND.  I know I can let selected phones numbers, like Ring Monitoring, bypass the DND but that seems to be all that can.  Anyone have an answer or idea?

 

Thanks

 

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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

Add a Alert All button that can be pressed on the home screen when a suspicious active is recognized by the user. This would turn the Siren On for all cameras and begin recording on all cameras regardless if motion was detected. A silent alarm can also be added which will start recording on all devices but will not activate the siren.
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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

Are you looking at introducing a date sort or Date filter feature for recordings. Sometimes i need to review oldest footage but its a cumbersome process to have to scroll from the latest to the earliest recordings via mobile app and via the web.  I live in a very high traffic area and despite my attempts to reduce the false triggers, i do end up with a lot of recordings and i have to scroll through a few recordings per day to scroll back to the date period i want.

 

If you don't have this on your todo list would appreciate if you could consider looking into such a feature

Thanks

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Zim
New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

I have a stick up cam and solar doorbell on my back terrace. No AC available. Is it possible to get the back terrace doorbell and/or the stick/up cam to chime when the front doorbell is pressed?
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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

Please can you add a feature to rotate the video view (and also select activity zones in the correct orientation)? I've bought a Ring Door View, to fit in the pre-existing peep hole... However the door also has a knocker, and the Ring can only be installed sideways or upside down! Thanks!
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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

The ability to completely disable the siren, or move the button for it so that it’s not directly next to the settings option after selecting the ellipsis. I don’t want to accidentally turn the siren on in my daughter’s room but it’s bound to happen eventually with it’s placement and inability to be disabled.
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Jsd
New Neighbor II

Re: Ring App Feature Request

Would like to see added to iOS 3D Touch menu the ability to Arm/Disarm. Currently When you touch and hold the ring app in IOS, the menu includes viewing the doorbell camera only, no Alarm features. This way we would not have to open the app to arm or disarm the alarm.
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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

I second apple2e’s suggestion of motion zone schedules. To have them would avoid all those false alerts created by car headlights at night. As it is I’ve had to massively reduce the motion zone to avoid them which restricts what it can see in the daytime.
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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

Adding to LB2019. I am dealing with the same headlight issue. So zone schedules would help - but also wondering if someone from Ring has any suggestions on how to reduce those headlights setting off motion detection. I want to see any motion in my zones (not just people, which I know would help reduce false positives). I'm made a rather large cut-out for the road to keep it from any motion zone, but I still get alerts from car headlights at times.

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New Neighbor

Re: Ring App Feature Request

1. The ability to set up different motion zones with more options. Specifically recording certain zones but not notifying, while notifying and recording for others.

2. Another vote for automatic mode changing based on device location. I won't use any cameras inside that don't know when I'm home and stop recording.

Further, a night mode (to record once we go to sleep) is necessary for indoor cameras.