Showing 16 ideas for tag "mobile-app"
(@iaaaaan) kudos icon 1

Safety

"Ring" style sentry mode - Push notifications with motion

A great enhancement to sentry mode would to enable the car to push notifications to your phone when motion is detected similar to a ring doorbell. When you click the notification it then streams the video feed to your phone. Along with the new speaker in front, you can also talk to the possible suspect from your phone.

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96 votes
98 up votes
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(@vypergts) kudos icon +

Mobile App

Control Scheduled Charging via App

v10 introduced scheduled departure charging and preconditioning however, it only creates exceptions for weekends. With this setting enabled, the vehicle will still preconditioning the cabin even on holidays or on days when someone may stay home which is wasteful. It would be nice to override the schedule and have some more control over charging from within the mobile app.

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45 votes
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(@bjm63) kudos icon 6

Mobile App

Auto Close of windows trending idea

Sensor that detects rain could sense rain when parked and auto close windows if they are "vented"... At minimum if push alerts are set it could send a message to the user that asks "close windows?" when rain is detected... I frequently use the vent option for the windows in my car (live near atlanta) however I don't always see that it is raining until it is too late. I believe the hardware is all installed, just a little... more »

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26 votes
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(@barryfreed) kudos icon +

Convenience

Use Mobile Phone Keyboard as Input

Background: sometimes you want to type in a password (or paste from a password manager) on the web browser. It's a pain to type a long complicated password on the touchscreen

 

Idea: similar to AppleTV, allow the mobile app to pop-up an input box whenever the touch screen is seeking input. Then you could easily type from your phone keyboard.

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30 votes
32 up votes
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(@shutthefrunkdoor) kudos icon 2

Convenience

Trunk Open / Windows Down / Car Unlocked Reminders Implemented

Often we walk away from the car and forget to roll up the window or the trunk might not be closed all the way. If would be great if the could be alerts sent to your phone if:

  • left keys in the car and its unlocked
  • trunk or frunk not closed
  • windows not closed

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15 votes
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(@calvin.hoang) and 1 other kudos icon +

Convenience

Open windows remotely

Have an option to lower and raise windows remotely to allow easier access with frameless doors in tight spaces without using summon and also to vent the car before you get to it in hot weather, and also linked to rain sensor so that they auto close if it rains.

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10 votes
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(@robhoehn) kudos icon +

Convenience

Start Climate When I Get Near My Car

Imagine its hot AF 🔥 out and you're coming back from the waterpark at the end of the day with your kids. Everyone is exhausted and pissed - its 110F outside.

When your Tesla mobile app notices that you are getting close to the car (say in the parking lot), the climate system is turned on and starts to cool down the crazy hot car to its last known temperature setting. Now you have a nice cool car waiting for you... more »

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8 votes
10 up votes
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(@xman.live) kudos icon +

Convenience

Voice command and profile side windows

Example voice commands: open windows 50%, vent windows, close windows, open xxxx window.

Example profiles: Beautiful day windows open

Mobile app enable vent windows while in drive.

Personal reason for this is I like all windows to be at the same height. Aesthetically this looks much nicer when driving down the road. I typically manually bump window control lever multiple times trying to get the height set correctly... more »

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3 votes
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(@oedip0es) kudos icon +

Safety

Coyote or Waze option

I use Coyote and Waze warnings on my smartphone to anticipate on traffic situations ahead. It would be better to have a way to integrate the messages of these devices/apps into the Tesla UI (via API?). Now I have to put my phone or Coyote device on the dash in a place where I can't see it (behind the wheel). Not practical, nor aesthetical.

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5 votes
5 up votes
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