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Feature request system with user voting

Any plans on Athom side to give the community more control over what apps should be developed by either Athom or community developers. It's pretty black box now what is being developed or what is on the roadmap.

There is also a risk that community developers are working on the same stuff as either Athom or other community developers.

I think it would be great to have a feature request system for apps where people can vote on requests and either Athom or a community developer can sign up for the development. This way the most wanted apps will be developed first.


  • EmileEmile Administrator, Athom

    Yep we're planning to add it to the forum!

  • May I suggest one already?
    Homey needs a alarm for waking me up.
    So on 7.00 homey start playing a radio station on my sonos in my bedroom. And then with a doorbell button I can turn it off or snooze for 5 minutes. And when press twice homey tells what for appointments I have. And then if I step out of my bed (sensor) it turns on the lights in de living room and turns on the radio (sonos). But if my wife is already in the living room then do nothing.

  • While we're at it ;) Smarter coffee machine, Yamaha receivers network control, Itach support, Apple TV 4 (and 3) network control, Fire TV network control, Harmony Hub, Google calendar integration. And lastly, I don't know if this is possible but an app like the "tcp/ip plugin" for homeseer made my life complete :)

  • Thats what i requested a while ago, this can indeed be better implemented in the new forum system. Perhaps it's better to put those idea's in one forum discussion:

  • honeyhoney Member
    edited September 2015

    Phuturist said:
    It's pretty black box now

    Spot on Phuturist, perfect analogy. :) It is very hard to extract info from it and you have to be very, very patient.

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