In the Wyze phone app, if you have a lot of motion events, if you want to remove them all for a whole day or a range of days, it is an arduous process of scrolling each day to get them all enumerated in the view, and then choosing to delete them.
This could be a lot easier. If there was a delete all option that had options for a date range or EVERYTHING, that would be great. I really don’t care to accrue a ton of saved events on the cloud storage.
Allow settings for expiry, so that we can choose to let anything older than x days be automatically purged from the cloud storage if we want.
Allow filters that pertain to motion and sound for viewing events.
Wishlist submissions (which this was originally), need to be single subject so they can be voted on individually. However, in this case, your submissions are already in the wishlist. For the first two, see this:
For the #1, do you know that there is already a “delete all”?
For your #2, why? They already delete after 14 days. Is there a reason that you need them to delete sooner?
OK, I understand that maybe something unusual happened and you want to delete some specific clip (maybe you walked through the view of your living room camera in the buff). But for normal stuff, why bother to delete the clips at all?
For #1, I am aware. Doyou know that delete all requires scrolling through the entire day in order to delete everything? I’m suggesting that there’s an option to delete the entire day or a range of days all at once without all the scrolling. That gets arduous with multiple cameras.
@ChexInTheMail is correct, currently to delete the entire day at once you must scroll down until it does not load anymore videos then you can delete all of them. If you do the delete all before scrolling down you will only delete the most recent 20 videos.
If you do have many cameras (I think I have 12 currently running) it can be quite the task to delete them.
I thought you may have had other reasons that I wasn’t thinking of.
Lots of people don’t want their personal information on the cloud. Most just don’'t do it rather than put the info out there then try to delete it.
In your case I would look into putting the RTSP firmware on the cameras and store your videos in your own hard drives.