The Nest Protect is super sensitive. If I am frying, anything, it will always alert there is smoke, and sometime fire off a full alarm. (No I am not burning anything) I can appreciate that it detects something, however it would be great to be able to identify a threshold of detection before alerting/alarming. Are there plans to add such a feature in the roadmap?
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