CNET Recommends GarageIO over MyQ for smart homes

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This week, CNET replaced MyQ in their model smart home with GarageIO, mainly due to the lack of integration between MyQ and other devices. 
The problem is, MyQ's smarts are too simple. 
Chamberlain Product Manager(s): How much longer can you ignore everyone asking for better connectivity to other devices e.g. IFTTT support? 

Unfortunately, I can't use GarageIO as my new Liftmaster opener isn't supported, due to Chamberlain locking it down to outside decives. 
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Trevor B.

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Stay up-to-date or get left behind! 

MyQ had a chance to be a great product, but lack of support and not listening to customers has lead them/myself to seek other products. 

Chamberlain, your move.
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Forever and ever
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Bump!
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If I don't see a response in the next few days, I'll return the product and buy Garage IO.  The stupid part is that it's sold right beside other items that for some reason... all work together to form a smart "home"  Hmm... everything working together.... say it with me MyQ people... working.... together....