So I noticed that toggle is still like the SmartThings button where it doesn’t recognize the state of the actual switch. For example, if I turn on the light from the remote and then turn off the light from the physical switch, when I go back to turn on the light from the button it requires 2 presses because it still thinks the light is on. Hope that explanation was clear.
The workaround for the SmartThings button was to make separate SmartLighting automations for On and Off and then specify to only do each one if the light is on or off. So for the On automation you’d specify to only run it if the light was off. This eliminated the double button presses. These additional options don’t appear to exist in the new app.
Also, and I’m not sure if this will be addressed in the “official” release or if it’s just a limitation of the remote. But I’ve noticed that if I assigned a specific light or switch to one of the buttons and then change my mind and clear it out and use a different light or switch for that button, it still controls the old light or switch in addition to the new one that’s assigned. I ended up excluding and re-pairing to SmartThings to overcome that issue.
In any case, great work @BroderickCarlin!