Do Not Alert Schedules allow you to disable a usage alert rule during a specific time frame during the week. For example, if you run irrigation Monday and Wednesday from 4:00- 6:00 AM, you can set up a Do Not Alert Schedule so you are not alerted during this time. You will still be alerted if your usage meets the parameters of the alert outside of the specified timeframe.

For more information on how to create custom Usage Alerts click HERE.

To set up a Do Not Alert Schedule go to the Flume app, select ‘Menu’ (3 horizontal bars in the upper left), select ‘Settings’, then select ‘Usage Alerts’.

Once you are on the Usage Alerts page select the alert that you would like to create a Do Not Alert Schedule for, then select ‘Do Not Alert Schedules’.

From here, you can add any previously created schedules or create a new one by clicking the + in the upper right. Once the schedule is created, it will save and you can quickly apply the same schedule to other alerts.

You will be able to see each Do Not Alert Schedule that is applied to a specific alert below the alert. Below you can see that the ‘My Irrigation’ alert is applied to both the ‘Flume Smart Leak Alert’ and the ‘High Flow Alert’.

You can enable your Do Not Alert Schedule for one or all of your usage alert rules, and each alert can have multiple Do Not Alert Schedules. By default, when you create a Do Not Alert Schedule it only enables it for the usage alert you navigated from.

** At this time you must select specific days of the week. For example, the schedules do not allow for every 3 or 4 days.

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