Hello friends of blynk, I return to a topic that someone from the forum consulted a long time ago and nobody answered, for that reason and because I need the same thing, I am going to quote several of your phrases. I think it is very important for any Blynk project where you sell IOT that the user can know with a notification if he went offline.
Problem we have:
For the user who does not own the device, he does not receive device offline notifications even if his preference is set as such. the device owner DOES receive notifications as expected. He’s just the second user (the one who needs this to work) doesn’t get it.
I’m using the Pro version of Blynk 2.0, with BlynkEdgent, and I have 2 users and 1 device
While I doubt the hardware of the device is useful, I’ll include it to be sure: (ESP8266 Lua Nodemcu V1.0).
I’ve tried tweaking the settings in case I’m misunderstanding any, but that didn’t make a difference. Here are the settings for each of the two users:
In the Notifications section of User Settings, I have
“Silence all notifications” = Off,
“Notify when device goes offline” = ON,
“Keep screen always on” = Off
Don’t show offline notifications = Off
Other notifications for this device DO work correctly for the non-owner user, as far as I know notifications in general work on both devices. It’s just the offline notifications that don’t behave as expected. And this may be because they are configured differently than other notifications, such as event notifications.
I have searched the forum for related threads and discussions before posting this question and checked the blynk.cc sites and found no solution to the issue. Any suggestions, internal or external to Blynk that you use, please let me know. In the official support they were not interested in this.
Sorry if a similar post was generated before, I posted it wrong. Sorry. And thank you all in advance for reading.