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Hello. It would be great if there was a possibility to silence the notifications for a period of time. For example - if I get push notification that camera has detected motion and the activity in the area is friendly and expected to last some time, I would like to suspend notifications for that particular camera (or set of cameras) for a certain period of time. After selected time (from a predefined array of times), all notifications would resume to normal. Suspend notifications for camera 1,2,3 for 15,30,60,120 minutes... etc.This could be also implemented in form of a scene, where upon selecting scene a time period for that scene would be applied. This way, users wouldn't have to worry about forgetting dis/arming camera. So if I select a scene named "no alerts" with time 60 minutes, that would revert to previous (or default or user defined) scene.
@vigy_591093180735512 Hi there, if your firmware version is v18.104.22.1684_21121718, there will be a push interval feature. Can you see it?
@reolink-fiona Hello. Yes I have the latest firmware and I can see the push interval. It's unfortunate that I can set only 20,30,60 and 120 second interval. I would be great if there could be a custom interval. Or maybe even a 5 min interval. Anyway, the original idea was a temporary suspension of all notifications for a camera or a certain set of cameras. You usually want the interval to work as set up, but my idea was to suspend all notification in case you encounter a friendly activity. If you monitor a certain area and for instance your family is there and you know they will be in the picture for a while you probably don't want notifications every two minutes, right? You could set up a privacy filter or detection zone, but then you would have to keep that in mind and not forget to revert that setting.
I just wonder why?
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