Thank you for asking for user feedback. My first Ring purchase was the peephole doorbell camera. This prompted me to purchase the Ring alarm. When visitors come to my home, they do not know where the doorbell button is. Since there is a light around the button, why could it not glow white to signify to visitors that this is the doorbell. I understand it will impact battery life, and i'm happy to charge it a bit more frequently if it meant that I get useage of the peephole doorbell.
So I've been a happy Skybell owner for a few years now, I chose them because I didn't need to pay for a monthly plan. Since then, I've been moving into the Amazon Echo ecosystem, and I figure that one of these days I'll switch to a Ring -- I'm pretty impressed with your product, as I've helped a few friends set up theirs.
There's one feature I'm waiting for. I want Alexa to answer the door.
I'm not talking about asking Alexa to answer the door. I want her to speak through the Ring when the button is pressed. "Hello, I'm Alexa. Who are you here to see?" "OK, I'll let Bob know you're here.
Alexa, I'm sure, is smart enough to sort out unwanted solicitors too.
You make that happen, and I'll buy one tomorrow
I just got the Ring Doorbell 2 bundled with the Echo Show 5. I guess because they were being sold together I assumed they would have better intergration.
I would love it if when someone rang the doorbell the Echo show would just automatically show the video feed. having to ask it to show it and then wait for it to access ring is kind of a pain in the butt.