I haven’t tried it yet, but does this “Snooze” the notifications in the sense that it will hold them until the snooze time is over and then send them all at once, or does this snooze the notifications on and off so that anything that would have come in during the snooze period is just ignored, and things return to working again only for NEW notifications that would normally come after the snooze period ends.
ie: if I tap snooze for 1 hour at 1pm, then a person is detected at 1:30pm, what will happen at 2pm? Will I be notified of that person from 1:30pm, or only be notified of people who are detected after 2pm when the snooze period ends?
It’s as the image says “Turn off Push Notifications”, so it will be as if you manually turned off the push notifications features for x mins, then turned it back on.
Thanks for the clarification. I was assuming this was how it worked, just wanted to make sure. The nice thing about it then is that it automatically turns itself back on after a set period so that we don’t accidentally forget to turn it on later. That will be nice in certain situations where we have people visiting or we’re doing yard work and don’t want constant notifications for a while, but don’t want to forget to turn it back on for later. This will be useful for all of that.
This seemed to be one of the big pushes for it, mowing the lawn or shoveling snow and getting notifications constantly.
Do you know if quick actions for iOS notifications are included in this, like in the example I posted above?
Not as far as I am aware, I do not use iOS though so I am unable to check for myself.
It would be amazing if that could be included. That is how I set snoozes 100% of the time with my other cameras and is extremely convenient compared to having to stop, open the app, find the correct camera, go into the settings, find the snooze settings, and create a snooze, etc. Instead I get the notification, I think “Yep, that’s me working in the yard and I don’t want this happening for the next hour” so just press it, hit snooze 1 hr, done… takes less than a second and is great. I am sure I would not be alone in appreciating the ability to access and set this feature so quickly and conveniently.
I will pass that along to the team.
Yes quick actions would be great to have, I love it for how convenient it is. You can access the notification on your Home Screen or notifications center and just press and hold it and snooze the notifications
It’s helpful so that we can do it outside of the app, currently looks like you have to open the wyze app and snooze the notifications. Too much work , just 1st world problems eh
That would definitely be a good feature. For now you can use the default IOS notification snooze by swiping a notification to the left, clicking options, then selecting mute duration. This is completely separate from Wyze snooze.
This is nice, but with the downside that if you do this you’re muting ALL notifications from the Wyze app instead of just a specific camera. For example if I’m hanging out on the back deck, I would want notifications snoozed there but would still want notifications if someone comes to the front door. Fingers crossed Wyze can get actionable iOS notifications implemented!
I don’t get how this is not yet a feature,
I would also really like this. I don’t want to have to remember to turn the cameras back on and my phone lights up like crazy when the kids are playing around the house or I’m working in the garage. Odd that designers weren’t like, “Oh shoot. We left that out!” on day 2.
You are welcome to join the Beta Tester Pool, download the Beta App, and test it out. It is currently being tested there.
This has been implemented as part of the Wyze app 2.41 release.
Was this included in today’s 2.41.0(28) app release?
I just updated the app and it looks like this setting applies to ALL notifications from the Wyze app? You can’t snooze notifications only for a specific camera? Surely I’ve got to be missing something here, right? I don’t see any way to snooze a specific camera.
If that is the case I think Wyze COMPLETELY missed the mark on this one. iOS users have been able to snooze notifications from any app for a while now anyway. That defeats the whole purpose.
Also no iOS actionable notifications?
i dont see the version noted as being available yet for android, so cant answer you directly. I would certainly hope it doesn’t apply to all cameras
Not only does the Snooze function apply to all cams equally, it applies to all DEVICES at the same time (HMS, Thermostat, Vacuum, sensors, etc). It is only available on the Global App Notifications setting.
The snooze function now pops up when pressing the Bell icon in the Home Device list. Muting all push notifications is no longer a one click toggle. It is now a two click toggle. The icons indicating the state have also changed, adding one that shows the snooze timer. The zzz Bell is no more.