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I received my doorbell camera yesterday and I am mostly happy with it except for the behavior of push notifications. I get notifications on my iPhone when the camera detects a person and when the button is pressed, however I only want to get notified when the button is pressed and not for every motion event. I still want to record motion events so disabling that feature is not an option. Seems like this should be a pretty straightforward change to the iPhone app.Edit: After poking around in the configuration some more, I found how to do what I wanted. In "push notifications"/"schedule" the type of event that is pushed can be selected: "motion", "person", or "visitor" (which happens when someone presses the doorbell). Recording of events is configured separately. I am recording "person" and "visitor" events, but only pushing "visitor" events.
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