Using the Events tab, you can review past activity in the Timeline and Video Clips sections, as well as graphed data in Home Vitals.
Timeline is the leftmost section in Events. This is a list of recent notable events detected by your Piper. A maximum of 1000 events will be available.
Video Clips is the center section in Events. You can review video clips recorded during certain security events, and save the clips onto your mobile device. You can define what activity you want Piper to record from the Rules tab.
- To view: Tap on an event in Video Clips to view recorded video footage.
- To download: To download recorded video clips directly onto your mobile device, tap the downward facing arrow next to the video you wish to save.
- To delete or mark as read:
- To delete or mark events as read, tap on the Context Menu icon located on the top-right corner of the list.
- This icon allows users to select specific events or automatically select all events in Timeline or Video Clips.
- The selected events (highlighted in blue) can now be deleted or marked as read.
- Mark as read: All read events will remain in the Timeline (unless deleted). Unread events will be displayed in bold, and the badge on the Events tab icon shows the unread event count.
- Delete: Before erasing the selected events, a dialogue box will appear asking you to confirm the action. Deleted events cannot be recovered.
The rightmost section in the Events tab is the Home Vitals screen. Here, users can monitor specific vitals that Piper records through out the course of the day.
- Piper records the temperature, relative humidity, ambient light, sound level, and movement of the area it monitors. This information is presented in a graph, which displays a history of the past 48 hours.
- The Context Menu icon on the right-hand side of the Home Vitals screen allows users to view the vitals of individual Pipers in a home. Tap on this icon to view a list of all Pipers linked to one account. Select the name of a Piper to view the vitals of the area it monitors. Other Pipers’ vital graphs will show up in grey, with the vitals of the selected Piper appearing in color.
- The numbers on the right hand side represent the highest and lowest values of the vitals detected by Piper’s environmental sensors.