There is something in the app very disappointing that needs a substantial functional enhancement. Specifically, after the initial setup (very easy to do), there is no way to see the name of the network to which the controller is connected. Worse yet, if a user has multiple Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz networks - like in my case (I have three), or moves the speakers to another house - switching the controller between networks is very cumbersome. Proposed change/enhancement: add the functionality whereby a new screen shows all Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz visible networks, with a check mark on the one the controller is connected to – or no check mark at all, if not connected - and, to switch network, or select one if not connected at all, like in the very first initial setup, the ability to click on the checkbox and select one of the other networks.
Best answer by Stuart_W
Sonos can only connect to one Wi-Fi network at a time and this must be done MANUALLY so you obviously know which one you connected it to so why waste resources to show you what you already know?
Now, there IS an argument and have been requests for Sonos to be able to have multiple networks remembered for people who move between properties so it will automatically connect to another network that has previously been configured. I assume there are some unforeseen challenges to doing this though.