Me neither, but again this “from top to bottom” development is pointless.
Making energy usage decisions from a SmartThings sensor/graph/whatever? Nah…
Changing suppliers with U-Switch based on SmartThings?
(I have read many nightmarish story about people changing electricity suppliers and then it breaks their smart meters and no chance to fix it, even switching back to the original one.)
Have you seen any solar integrations recently? Does this whole thing works with any of your current sensors which has energy measurement? Does this whole thing working with Samsung products at all?
(How can you add even a device to it??? See my two screenshots below.)
The Information point in the top right … menu gives only a version number.
Is there any project owner or support personal who is looking at this and deals with any of these things mentioned here and reports back to the management with the clear message:
“WE F#CK3D IT UP AGAIN!”
This is the same story as the Android Auto. That looks pretty and sounds nice, but I stopped using it because it is not working well.
It pops up for you, do want to run this Scene, I click on it, and what it does, it opens the bloody SmartThings app on the Android Auto screen, but it does not run the Scene.
Ah, and the Scenes, I couldn’t managed to list any Scenes in the Android Auto SmartThings app screen. It adds any device what can be turned on and off, or has a similar state, but I cannot add a Scene what could be run. I mentioned here at the beginning of the Android Auto release, and engineer asked some question, and that was it. It has been never fixed. No other user showed me that they were able to add a Scene neither.
And that is just a few from the issues what I saw with Android Auto.
And of course, this is the same story as the Google Home and Amazon Alexa integrations.
“Hey, We have new integrations, try it now!”
-Users do not want all of their devices to be synced…
“Ah, yeah, we know that. But this was a mamagement decision and we cannot care less. The marketing is already out. We will fix it later… (psss, it means never)”