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Displaying articles for: 08-08-2010 - 08-14-2010
1. The DVR will continually rerecord episodes (that I delete) that air again. The DVR needs a (TiVo) style history. Even the Comcast DVR has a Recorded History now. The same episode should not rerecord unless explicitly told to do so in a 15 to 30 day period.
2. Another addition needed would be a screen that shows all of the future recordings that will not record due whatever reason such as Priority.
3. When record "First Run Only" is selected, another feature needed is record the next airing if it is missed due to other programs having higher record priority.
Comcast uses Page Up and Page Down to Skip ahead or back by 10 minutes. I'd like this and either 10 minutes or 15 minutes would be nice. This is in addition to 30 second skip and would not replace it.
Hi, I would love to see a Jump To End feature on the FiOS DVR, e.g.. Where a recorded show/program can be fast forwarded instantaneously via a "Jump To The End" or "Start At The End" button on the DVR menu.
Once marked as ignore, the thread should then stop showing up in the normal message view and stop being shown as having "new" posts to it in the summary page (for instance -- I would love to kill the "Suggest a Channel to add" thread on the FioS TV forum -- is so annoying to hear people contantly asking for the same channels over and over and over and over and over -- and since I can't "ignore" it, it keeps bubbling to the top of the list of topics).
I'd like to be able to record something on my DVR and have the ability to let my friends and family see it across the FiOS WAN. I'd also like to make and receive viewing suggestions (across the WAN) with friends and family. Something along the line of a shared "Wishlist".
It is not understood why our phone call records(call details) is not being provided to us online, as it is for our verizon mobile calls. Having the ability of going back and checking your incoming call details and outgoing call details is of great importance. Why would you hide that from us online and then tell us how great it is to have access to our verizon account online.
One may say, it's because of security reasons. If that's the case, then why do we have access to this information for our mobile account? If scammers are anyone really needs to collect information about us using our phone number, they will find a way to do it regardless if it's our home or mobile number.
It's also silly that we get charge for this information and yet we have to wait for it to be mailed to us. What confuses me, is that we don't need to pay for our mobile phone records online, and we have immediate access to it. Is this just another way of squeezing a few extra dollars out of us? I do not get it. .
This is suppose to be of great convenience to your members, so then why does verizon make this so complicated?
Do the right thing for your customers and provide us with what we deserve.
Increase the number of ideas in progress. Right now there is only one.I am sure as time allows this will improve.
One thing I think would be neat is if My Verizon could use something like Google Maps and place a marker on all the destinations you've called from your landline phone. Useful- not really but I think it'd be a neat feature with some "cool" factor....
Since I have a feeling that Verizon will not do what is suggested in http://forums.verizon.com/t5/Share-Your-Ideas-with
In Windows XP, users can go to Start -> Control Panel -> Security Center -> Automatic Updates.
OR they can go to Start -> Control Panel -> Automatic Updates.
Then they set their computer to notify that there are updates, for example.
Please Verizon, add something like this feature so - there will be no more automatic updates (users are to be notified that there are security updates).
Thanks for considering this idea.
Just an Idea. Let users keep thier .com and .net seperate if they choose.
I believe I mentioned this in a post awhile ago, but try rolling out a new remote control - perhaps one with a touch screen or scroll button that allows the user see the channel logo on the remote first.
if not, a temporary enhancement would be to have a remote control where the numbers illuminate. entering a channel number in the dark can be hit or miss.
currently, the VZ remote has the exact same look and feel as the Comcast remote. introducing a new deisgn would separate VZ from Comcast (similar to Coca-Cola's bottle design). furthermore, having a touchscreen remote (perhaps as an optional upgrade for a one-time fee, or include it only with a MMDVR) would probably enduce many customers to switch to VZ.
Programming Vote Board like this board, but different.
No comments allowed.
Only Votes with a restriction to the posts message body size. Limiting the body to a brief description of the channel.
No duplicate channel requests. If you want a channel, vote for it.
This could weed out the many repeat posts on the Programming board, and help track who wants what.
Think this is a good idea? Vote for it.
The current provider of programming information for FiOS TV is often full of errors. While the programming schedules tend to be correct, very frequently the program status (First Run, Rerun, etc.) is incorrect in the feed and as a result those who setup their DVR's to do series recordings will find their DVR's recording old episodes. It would also be nice if a provider which utilized some form of real-time programming updates could be located so that during broadcasts which get time shifted by last minute changes (such as sporting events which run long) could be properly recorded (instead of having to timebox them by padding an extra amount of time onto the end of each show -- which compounds the drive size issue I mention below).
This is particularly annoying on busy recording nights when a mismarking may cause a conflict by having three shows slated to be recorded in the same timeslot -- when in reality two of the shows were first run and the other was a rerun. It's not always possible to avoid this siruation using series priority since the mismarkings seem to vary from week to week.
This is also compounded by the relatively small DVR drive size where going away for a long weekend or a couple of nights during the week (or even for a week's vacation) can find the drive filled with repeated shows (and some first run shows discarded because the drive was full to make room).
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