Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days

Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
2017-11-09 12:38:12
Model : HS105

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"Away Mode that can span days "

Is there any reason away mode can't span two or more days? The assumption seems to be that people want to turn things on and off randomly while away during the daytime. But what if a user is away at night or comes home after midnight.

And the design is also that the app uses day of the week for repeating patterns. Why can't the repeating pattern alternatively be based upon the start or end day? More scheduling flexibility is needed.
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Re:Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
2017-11-09 17:31:27
Do you mean add a specific time like 11/9/2017 20:00?
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Re:Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
2017-11-10 01:29:27

vieldcs wrote

Do you mean add a specific time like 11/9/2017 20:00?


No, the current implementation of Away Mode can run for any one period from 00:00 to 23:59. It cannot run from sunset to sunrise or from 18:00 to 02:00. It cannot span midnight.

Away Mode should also be able to run for multiple periods such as 10:00 to 12:00 and then 13:00 to 15:00.
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Re:Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
2017-11-10 09:00:53
Good ideas! I think you can send a feedback to TP-Link support.
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Re:Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
2017-11-11 05:38:39

Enson Loo wrote

Good ideas! I think you can send a feedback to TP-Link support.


I don't see how to do that. Am I missing something?
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Re:Kasa/HS105 Feature Request - Away Mode that can span days
2017-11-13 16:08:17
Hi bobley,

Thanks for your suggestion. This feature will be available at beginning of next year.:o

bobley wrote

Model : HS105

Hardware Version :

Firmware Version :

ISP :

Feature Request

"Away Mode that can span days "

Is there any reason away mode can't span two or more days? The assumption seems to be that people want to turn things on and off randomly while away during the daytime. But what if a user is away at night or comes home after midnight.

And the design is also that the app uses day of the week for repeating patterns. Why can't the repeating pattern alternatively be based upon the start or end day? More scheduling flexibility is needed.
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