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  1. I use an experience button to trigger a variable called “entertain” Anything they could be a problem while entertaining checks to see if that variable is true before executing.
  2. I also run a "Guest" mode that prevents the house from totally shutting down if we have someone there when my wife and I leave. It also changes up some of the motion triggers for the guest bathrooms so the lights have longer timers. To initiate the web hook, you have to have HomeKit run a shortcut, and that shortcut get a URL
  3. If you are an apple ecosystem household, I've found my solution to be rock solid. I use HomeKit to trigger "When the last person leaves" and when the "first person arrives" events. Those events web hook into IFTTT and then chowmain into C4. Works like a champ.
  4. Several threads on this. Driver sucks. Apple breaks it.
  5. Outbound to IFTTT seems to never break, it’s just the inbound via pushover for me.
  6. Anybodyfind a fix for this? @alanchow any insight?
  7. I thought I was the only one. I’m out of town and the house is not doing what it’s supposed to be!
  8. Pretty sure you’re going to need to remove the binding and go to programming. create a variable called “party” and if it’s active, dont allow the goodnight scene to happen
  9. I came to a Neeo from a harmony touch remote, so it was just relearning muscle memory. I love the screen for all of my experience buttons I have for different variables in the house. I only use the Neo in the living room. In the bedrooms I’m sticking with the 260 for the time being so I can easily roll over and hit buttons while I’m falling asleep.
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