Seriously?! What genius thought it was a great idea to not allow a Nest
product to work in the Nest app? I purchased a new Nest floodlight and
just finished installing it. I have a Nest doorbell, two Nest
thermostats, about 6 or 8 Nest Protects and i...
@Cliffy yep, and they respond to my reviews with the "We are doing this
because we care and want everything integrated" bull**bleep** - but they
respond because they don't like having the accurate reviews out there
alongside their free product review...
@MplsCustomer that's because they sent a bunch of free products to
people to get positive reviews and then had these retailers bring in a
feed. But notice they won't allow you to review the products in their
own store. This is why I said they need so...
Just incase anyone wants to share their thoughts on the new direction,
here are some spots to leave your opinions not from free products. This
will definitely make them pay attention to consumer feedback. Target:
@urlybird oh no, I've seen a ton of only positive reviews on online
stores...but they are all from people that Google sent free ones too so
they would have positive reviews. I've posted some more accurate
Here is what I would suggest. Since we can only return our own, that is
not going to make a huge difference to Google, but go ahead and leave
(accurate) reviews on the change and what it is doing to the Nest
ecosystem so that those reading it will op...