How-to: Submitting Feature requests
Please read before submitting a feature request!
Welcome to the Feature requests portion of the eero community! This is your opportunity to share the features you'd love to see with both the eero staff and community.
IMPORTANT When posting to the feature request section, keep each post to a single feature. This allows us to both have a single discussion and track the progress if we are currently working on or have recently completed a project.
If a feature you'd like to request already exists in our community, we ask that you either chime into or "like" the existing topic.
Please note that we don't discuss future plans.
Feature request status labels:
Under Consideration If a post has this status, it means that we are currently reviewing whether or not we will be moving forward with the feature request. From here, it will either move to Planned or Not Planned.
Planned: If a post is marked as Planned, it means that it is a feature we plan to implement at some point in the future. Whether or not we include a timeline, it indicates this is something we plan to build into eero.
Not planned: If you see Not Planned, unfortunately, that means this isn't something we plan to build right now. However, don't let it stop you or anyone from telling us it is something you want. We are always reviewing past and new feature requests.
Started: This is where it gets exciting! This means we have started working on this feature and hope to have something more to share with our customers in the near future.
Implemented: The feature has been added! This means we have shipped the new feature and it will be available to our customers.
To get started, visit the topic page and tap Request a feature. You will need to include a topic and the content of the post.
I don't think anyone has said it, but thanks for adding this (both the post and the statuses). I'm looking forward to seeing how quickly things move from one status to another, specifically from In Review to [Not] Planned.
One question: as you clearly state that you don't talk about future plans, how do you balance that against acknowledging and providing status of the community-requested features?
jalvani No problem 🙂
As for your question, it's a good one 😉 While we don't typically comment on future plans, sometimes we do share what is coming down the road -- like we did with the announcement of upcoming app features. The feature request section will be important for us to continue to gauge ongoing interest in any features/improvements the eero community is looking for, and we hope to continue to keep that thread informed and engaged through both status and post updates.
Hope that helps!
*Also, just an FYI -- I'll be closing the thread here as we don't typically have comment threads available for these How-to sections. That was my bad 😶
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Hi - as a FYI - i have five Amazon echoes around the house and lately I’ve noticed that they are getting more and more ‘senile’.
I give them requests and sometimes they listen but other times they acknowledge the request and just ignore it. I initially thought this was only happening on the older ones but it is on all of them.
Well, I decided to see if some of the options I have on the eero might be causing the issue and it looks like the option “Optimize for Conferencing and Gaming” may have been causing the problem. When I turned it off, all the echoes became very attentive. Had anyone else seen anything similar.
I've set up an Eero network for my apartment building using my personal network primarily for security cameras but I've also added a guest network for casual users in common areas. I don't mind sharing my home connection but don't want guest users using up all my bandwidth. So it would be great to be able to limit a) the max amount of bandwidth of any connection to guest, b) the total amount of bandwidth used by all guest connections.
As a user I’d like to have an Eero feature that monitors and records internet service in a format that allows me to report intermittent outages to my ISP. I care less about speed fluctuations but that might be part of a feature called “sentinel” to track 24/7 service availability, even when there’s no active users on the network except IoT devices. At minimum, I’m looking for eero to record of time, frequency, and duration of each instance of internet service disruption.