Is there any option to Hide the Status display (Online / Offline) in the Blynk.Console web page and in the mobile App?. I am using the platform sending values with an API connection from a .NET program and I don’t need to show the Status label. It’s always Offline but I am sending and storing values correctly.
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I am using Blynk through REST API (no library) and so far all is good. But I would like my device to appear online on the mobile APPs and the web console. I want this so I can notify my users on disconnect of device. (It will be on GPRS cellular network)
Is there a way to achieve this ?
We have built up Sensors for low power batt communication.
Main parts are ESP32 and a Simcom7080g unit.
Here specialy a Rain Sensor. We send once a day all data to blynk via the https api with a batch update:
The main time the ESP is in a deep sleep and only starts if there comes a rain interrupt or at midnight for sending.
So our main problem is to update the online state. All Sensors show offline.
Is there a possib…
Thanks for the explanation
@PeteKnight! Excellent points. How would I then mark a device as online via the REST API?
Thanks but I was thinking just in an option to hide/show the “Online or Offline” label when we don’t need to use it, because we update the values though an HTTP API.
Do you know if this option for Show/Hide the Online / Offline label in the Web and App?. We are using Blynk sending data through the API, without any Arduino, etc.
If you’d studied the links I provided you’d see that this has been asked before, and the answer is currently no.
Dear Mr. Knight,
Sorry to bother you with my questions, sir.