Welcome to the Ring App

Welcome to Ring!

Whether you've just purchased your first Ring product or you're a long-time neighbor, congratulations on adding to the ring of security around your home! The following article covers some basic information that will get you up and running quickly. 

First you'll need to set up your new device in the Ring app. If you haven't yet set up your new Ring device in your Ring App, click on the device name below for setup instructions. 

Ring Video Doorbell

Ring Video Doorbell 2

Ring Video Doorbell Pro

Ring Video Doorbell Elite

Ring Floodlight Cam

Ring Spotlight Cam Wired

Ring Spotlight Cam Battery

Ring Stick Up Cam

Ring Chime

Ring Chime Pro

Ring Alarm

Next check out some of the other functions of the Ring app. 

Take a tour of the Ring App

 

Your Ring app is a powerful piece of software and the command center for all of your Ring devices. Take some time to learn all about the Ring app and what its functions are. 

Click here to take a guided tour of the Ring App. 

Sign up for Ring Protect Plus

 

Ring Protect Plan is an optional plan that covers monitoring and video recording services for Ring devices. With Ring Protect Plus you'll receive 24/7 monitoring for your Ring Protect system and be able to save up to 60 days of Ring videos for a reasonable price. This lets you check out alerts at your convenience even if you miss one and makes sure that your home is always protected.The steps for finding your Wi-Fi password on a Windows PC are different on different versions of Windows. 

Click here for more information on Ring Protect Plus.

Set Up your Users and Roles

 

Once you've completed setting up your Ring device in your app, you can decide who has access to your system. Certain people need total control over the system while others only need to be able to perform a few simple functions. The homeowner, for example, needs to be able to configure every aspect of their devices. A neighbor who checks the house cameras while the family is on vacation needs very limited access. Fortunately there is a system in place to deal with this situation: Users and Roles. 

Click here for more information on Users and Roles.

Join your Neighborhood

 

Ring Neighborhoods expands the Ring of Security from your home to your neighborhood by letting you easily share and communicate with your neighbors about crime and safety, so you have up-to-date local crime data at your fingertips. We believe that knowledge and communication fosters stronger and safer communities. It's free and you're automatically signed up!

Click here for more information on Ring Neighborhoods.

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