I just realized that the conflict page doesn’t show you the conflict. It shows you one of the 3 series with the conflict. You need to click on the series, scroll down to find the episode with the conflict, click on that episode and finally see the actual conflict.
now for fun-time with conflict resolution and all the different ways you should be able to remedy the situation… and deciding what you’re actually going to do within the limited options you have - something must go.
I idea that tablo product management and R&D doesn’t know what their business plan is, the features all the extinct products had, what the current products have, and that current users have to prioritize and design changes is scary.
Almost like the Hindenburg mooring at the LakeHurst Naval Air Station.
I just checked with Roku, and I didn’t find any conflict page.
I was only able to see the red triangle after scheduling a recording that has a conflict. But I wasn’t able to see the list of existing conflicts. Also, after clicking on the icon with the red triangle, I wasn’t able to see what other shows were creating the conflict.
It looks like in order to use Tablo you need to use different apps depending on what you want to do.
Or, in other words, if you stick with one device you need to give up some features.
Some of the apps don’t have the full feature set, but the web and mobile apps do, so you always have a workaround. The Tablo folks have done a good job improving the streaming device apps to be almost full featured, but they aren’t quite there yet.
As I said I haven’t tried the browser app.
But the recent recording in the Android app shows the list of series and you don’t know the date without clicking on them.
The Roku app instead shows the episodes (instead of the series) listed one by one under the day they were recorded.
The Android app misses a feature compared to Roku: it doesn’t show the list of recordings in chronological order grouped by day.