Relatively new user here. I come from Telldus Live! to Homey and I wonder why I didn’t do the switch earlier!
I use historic graphs a lot and Telldus Live!'s excelled in that so Homey Insights was one of the strongest selling points for me when I was looking for a new system. However I have realized that Homey in not as strong in receiving data as the Tellstick especially over the 433 Mhz protocol.
In Insights the graphs are showing the same value as the latest data it has received until it receives a new value. So if Homey register a thermometer at say 09:23 with the value 23° C and no value again until 12:05 the graph just shows a straight line. During this time the temperature could have changed several ° up or down with no way for the user to know. If there was a way to show registered data points and differentiate them between no data periods it would be easier for the user to relocate sensors and/or Homey to get the best communication.
Also, in Telldus Live! it’s possible to choose to view historical data from dates. Lets say I’d like to see what the outdoors temperature was two days ago (Friday). In Insight I then have to choose “Last seven days” which gives a graph that is not very detailed. If I could choose the date (in this case 16:th) I would get a 24h graph over the temperature on Friday. The optimal function would be to also have time sliders, so I could choose a date and then slide to zoom in on a specific hour or even minute!
Well those are my first two suggestions. I hope they are not to wild and crazy!
Cheers from Sweden