The Android App has a location filter under the hamburger menu. I do not see a similar functionality for the Windows 10 app. Is there a way to filter the Windows 10 app so I only see devices at a particular location?
Location in this context is geopgraphic sites, so for example my home address and my mother address, where the devices have been shared with me.
2 features, i will like to see:
Apple TV App (To make it secure, may be add Text message Code/OTP confirmation) everytime.
Group Camera feature on Macbook, ipad app or apple tv app. That way, we can add any cameras (Indoor/Outdoor) to group and then cast it to TV for monitoring. Companies like Yi Camera offer this feature in app. This is helpful for us when we have party and want to monitor kids in basement.
I would like if Ring camera had a mode setting for 'motion alerts' and 'record motion' triggers so they optionally could be set to only trigger if the security system is armed. Door sensors and motion sensors have this option.
There's a switch in the app called a mode setting for 'away' and 'home' on door and motion sensors. If this option was available for cameras, an indoor camera like the new stick-up cam could be set to not alert or record anything unless the security system was armed.
I would like to be able to either in the desktop or mobile app to go to the next video, really a pain to have to go back and select the next one especially since there is no indicator as to which one you just viewed. In addition, if you go back in history it jumps you back up to the most recent.
I'll second the need for a snapshot of the motion activation - before deciding to activate the video playback... and for Ring, surely this feature would reduce the amount of data streaming massively whilst offering a better service to its users. We all lose hours waiting for videos to 'proccess' just to see the neighbourhood cat was to blame for setting off the motion alert.