In New Blynk 2.0, the timer widget has been replaced by automations. However, these automations cannot be changed in the same interface as the widgets are in. Looking up for the right automation and changing the times takes great effort when you have many. Using a time input widget instead is possible, but requires a massive need of programming.
Wouldn’t it be an idea to make it possible that the automation can be controlled by the virtual pin output of the time input widget?
That could be done by making it possible to choose a boolean or integer type instead of the string for the virtual pin, which then should be high when the timer is active and low when it is inactive.
In this way times can easily be changed in the basic IOT interface whereas the automations can be used to define the actions that should be taken on these specific times.