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This is a really awesome suggestion. We love getting this valuable feedback from our customers, and I'll make sure to pass it along to the team.
Thanks a lot,
I am actually returning mine after only having it for about 30 minutes for this very reason. I go to work at different times during the week, the time itself doesn't change from week to week but on Monday's, Thursday's and Friday's I go in at one time and on Tuesday & Wednesday I go in at another time. The Up band is useless for me if I cannot set multiple alarms. Really surprised this was not considered.
Jawbones: where is this feature on your product roadmap? I won't bother purchasing until you get it. I'd rather get some idea of when to check back on your progress. Otherwise I'll get tired of checking your forums and forget about the whole thing. I'm your typical weak-minded consumer in that regard. Some other bright and shiny object will attract my attention.
Ultimately I decided if something this common was overlooked after all of the issues they have had with this product and the "extensive testing" that supposedly took place over the last 10 months, this product is probably doomed. Like you, I am sure something else will come along that grabs my attention before some sort of update is ever even considered by Jawbone.
Always dangerous to armchair quarterback, but this seems dead simple. Unless they have concerns about battery life, etc. If you can make it vibrate for one alarm, how difficult would it be to process an array of alarms?
I have looked into a greasemonkey script that would call my phone from google voice at set times. Then I could use one of those vibrating bluetooth call alerters. This seems pretty hacky though, even for me.
hehe - probably below your pay grade, to be honest. I'm holding out hope that Jawbone will do something for the UP. I don't want a full wristwatch like a Pebble. Of course the Pebble may never ship.
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