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Show device last seen on devices tab #569

Catfriend1 opened this issue Nov 25, 2019 · 1 comment

Show device last seen on devices tab #569

Catfriend1 opened this issue Nov 25, 2019 · 1 comment


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@Catfriend1 Catfriend1 commented Nov 25, 2019



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@DrPhant0m DrPhant0m commented Nov 25, 2019

I was referred here via a response to my review of the Syncthing app for Android.

I'd like to see a feature such that a notification will be produced on the device being backed up (in my case, an Android phone) if a successful connection to the backup location (in my case, a home server) hasn't been established for XX hours/days.

For example... I have our phones set to back up the internal and external storage to my home server. We lost power at home, and when the server came back on, I forgot to restart the SyncThing service, so our phones were not being backed up for about a month. When my wife's SD card went bad, I found that our latest backups were a month old, so she lost a month of pictures of our kids.

If she had gotten a notification that it had been "too long" since a connection had been made from her phone to our server, I would have investigated it, and found that I simply needed to start SyncThing on the server.

Please consider this! Thanks!

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