12-08-2015 10:42 PM
I understand your sentiments on this situation, Aramirezomni! As of now, the Engineering team is investigating and gathering more information about this challenge since the steps we've suggested on this thread didn't work for most of the users on this thread. Once they'll release a resolution, this thread will be updated. Email us with the information posted by Jonah.
12-11-2015 12:09 AM
Okay guys, good news - it's back (at least for me). Just received email from Belkin support that they're going to call me tomorrow so I went to IFTTT website to check and there it was, see picture below.
It's funny, there is a new bulb that doesn't belong to me, called Mike Nightstand. It doesn't appear in my iPhone Wemo app so I don't think I can delete it. I wanted to play with it, but didn't want to wake poor Mike in the middle of the night
Anyway, go to IFTTT website and check if your devices are back. And just to clarify, I didn't make any changes, it just appeared in a recipe dropdown menu. I hope Belkin support has fixed it and it stays that way.
12-11-2015 09:19 AM
You're not alarmed that someone else's devices are showing up in his IFTTT list? I certainly am - especially 'cause that looks remarkably like the old name of one of my bulbs. Isn't this list populated into IFTTT by Belkin?
Seems like you should be doing more than thanking him for the feedback - such as opening a investigation into a potentially serious security exposure. There's an alarming number of "my lights are turning on for no reason" reports here, maybe this is the clue you need? Imagine the lawsuit if someone's heater is turned on or off for no reason and you have neglected to investigate (neglect as in "negligent").
12-11-2015 10:57 AM
12-11-2015 03:42 PM
Hey guys. I just received an update from the team on this and posted an announcement. There will be a fix to be rolled out in the next 24 hours.
12-11-2015 04:56 PM