Keep an eye on your sites with the Snapshot feature

Maksim Ziabko

28. Mar 2023, 1 min read

Many Reconeyez customers have already tried out our newest Snapshot feature. Snapshot allows you to take photos on demand from your detectors without triggering the alarm. 

When to use it?

Snapshot is perfect for when you want to quickly check on your site without being there physically. For example, you can take a snapshot after a storm to see if any trees have fallen or to check the water levels in areas prone to flooding. Or to even check the weather. 

How to use the new feature?

The new feature is accessible only from the Cloud and not from the app. Using the feature is very easy: 

  1. Click on “Devices” from the upper menu
  2. Click on the round icon below the Disarm button. 

     3. Click the “Go to snapshot view” text to see the photo. 

With Snapshot, you have even more control over your security system and the ability to monitor your site from a distance. 

We’re excited to see how our customers will use this new feature to enhance their security measures.

Stay tuned for more updates and features coming soon!

NB! Instant Activation Service needs to be activated for Snapshot functionality to work.

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Written by

Maksim Ziabko

Maksim is the Head of Cloud products on the Reconeyez Cloud team. He joined Reconeyez in mid-2022 to continue building a customer-centric, data-driven product culture. He likes to study the needs and issues of customers and solve them through technical solutions and new products.

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