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Amazon’s Ring is adding a way for users of its Neighbors app to share good things happening in the neighborhood, instead of just bad things. And if you’d rather only see those good things in your feed, you can do that too.
If you see your neighbor do a good deed, like, say, bringing your garbage can in from the curb, you can share a video of that good deed captured by one of your Ring cameras and tag it as a “Neighborly Moment.” Here’s an image of what a Neighborly Moment might look like:
The Neighbors app has always let you post good deeds — what’s new is that Ring is officially encouraging that by creating a green dot and “Neighborly Moment” tag that distinguishes these nice…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts