Hello mstangel, I’m sorry to say that as far as I am aware the nest intergration that was being used on the HE platform was broken when google screwed with the api so there isn’t another official way to intergrate, but from what I understand if you run a hombridge sever and connect that to HE then you would be able to intergrate that way .as far as Wyze there is no integration with that platform of any kind. Hope this helps.
Are you referring to Hubitat's IFTTT integration? Or the Wyze IFTTT integration? I have had the Wyze IFTTT integration screw up a time or two over the past year. But nothing major. I would prefer a local, LAN-based integration between Hubitat and Wyze...but I don't see that coming any time soon based on Wyze's direction.
Ok I see what you are referring to aaiyar you mean simply turning the cameras on and off, what I am referring to is the notifications turning on and off and 12 second clip upload, it hasn’t worked that I am aware of those are the features I am referring to. I believe just turning the cam rays on and off has worked but for a lot of us that’s not what we want to do we want the cameras staying on but the notifications being turned off and on that hasn’t worked.
Both, the only feature that I could get working is to turn cameras completely off or completely on, that realy doesn’t help me as I want my cameras on 24-7 I just want the notifications to turn off and on.
If you were open to using a cloud hosted dashboard you can do it. I use SharpTools and it allows you to stream your Nest cameras to the dashboard however you also have to make the camera feed public. I'm okay with it as if someone happened to stumble upon my camera feeds, they are just the front and backyard of my house which are pretty public areas anyways and we're not too worried about privacy in that regard but you might be more concerned about this than I. I do wish sharptools allowed for 2 factor authentication though, that would make me feel a little better about being able to control the locks and alarm through sharptools. Although it would be a pretty sophisticated hacker/local-burglar to pull that all off.
I don't think you can stream a nest or wyze feed to a Hubitat Dashboard. But if you install the built-in Sharptools App in Hubitat, you can then select what switches, devices, etc from Hubitat you want to share with SharpTools. Then you just create a dashboard at sharptools.io and launch that webpage on your tablet instead of using the Hubitat dashboard.
Geez, that's a great suggestion. It never crossed my mind to run split screen. Wouldn't have to share the Nest Camera's publicly, could just run the Nest App and a dashboard app separately at the same time...
You can do like @Vettester suggested and run a split screen on your ipad and use something like Blue Iris on one side to see your cameras and then any other dashboard on the other side to control your home. Or you can use Sharptools to view your cameras and control your home in one screen. There is also ActionTiles which is similar to SharpTools if you wanted to look into it.