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Where is the fire?


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If I get an alarm that there might be a fire, then I get an email with the following content.

Unfortunately, I can't tell in which room the sensor struck.

In my opinion, the location has no place in the name of the device.

 

Maybe fibaro can give some more information in this Mail.

 

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Karl Heinz 

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Notifications are frankly disgusting, it sends you a pop-up notification on your mobile, you click it and it takes you to the application and not to the question is whether, which is absolutely useless.

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  • Hi @m.roszak,

    maybe you can give my information to the "update-wishlist" - Thank you!

    It would bo good, if there are some more informations like: room, temperature, etc. 

    Greetings 

    Karl Heinz 

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    Same solution here.

    I named my devices with the same syntax: type-subdevice-room

    For example "MS-T-bath", means "Motionsensor-Temperature-bathroom" (included temperature sensor in the Fibaro motion sensor), as well as "MS-M-bath" for the motion detection (M) or "MS-G-bath" for the gravity sensor (G).

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    3 hours ago, SmartHomeEddy said:

    (I did a workaround, put the room info in the device name)

    Donaudampfschiffahrtsgesellschaftskapitän

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    Two tasks for improvements created (both for app and email notifications). 

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