Thanks for joining the forum. This forum (hosted by Discourse) operates a bit differently than many you may have used, so it may take a bit of getting used to. I’m way older than you, but somehow I’ve figured it out. You can too!
Have you clicked the hamburger menu at the top right? That’s pretty much your site map to the forum. If you don’t want to see older posts, I’d suggest starting with the Latest link there. From that page, you can click the New or Unread links. The Top link may also be useful to you; it lists the most popular topics by date range.
From the hamburger menu, you can also go directly to a category. Most categories are organized by product group. Within these categories, any topic related to a product in the group is allowed. These may be complaints, features, support issues, etc. However, keep in mind that this forum is primarily a user-to-user community and not Wyze’s official support channel which can be found here.
I see you have found the user preferences area and customized your avatar, etc. If you haven’t, make sure you visit the Notifications areas in preferences. This can help you get notifications for just the content you are interested in.
The #tips-and-tricks, #captured-on-wyze, #wishlist, and #roadmap categories are different. #tips-and-tricks is just that: topics created by users to pass along ideas and solutions. #captured-on-wyze contains fun videos users have captured on their Wyze cameras. #wishlist contains user suggestions for product improvements or new products. Finally, #roadmap contains those #wishlist ideas that have moved on to being actively developed.
It may be helpful to read through How to Use the Wishlist and How to Read the Roadmap for further information. Other than what’s contained in the #roadmap, Wyze does not generally provide any more detail into product or feature development plans.
The @Mods here on the forum are fellow users and volunteers who try to keep the forum organized and in compliance with the Community Guidelines. If you see topics or posts that seem out of place, you can help us out by using the forum flag feature to call our attention to those posts/topics. Pro tip: If you use the Something Else option when flagging, you can provide details about exactly why you are flagging.
Hopefully this info is helpful. And again, welcome to the forum.