Right, that all makes sense. Let me refine the use case.
My “Good Night” Hello, Home phrase is scheduled to run at 11:45pm. But it’s 10:30, I have family visiting and we’re exhausted.
Normally, “Good Night” lowers the thermostat, arms the alarm, shuts off all the lights, and turns the Roomba on.
However, my guests being there changes things. Grandma is always cold so I turn up the thermostat a bit. Cousin Shelley is out visiting a friend and won’t be back until later. I don’t want her to trigger the alarm. My sister in law is sleeping in the family room on the pull out bed… So I don’t want the Roomba starting a cleaning cycle and waking her. Additionally, I want to keep the lights on in a few other rooms for my guests.
So I set this all manually before going to bed, but at 11:45pm, I don’t want the “good night” phrase to kick in and revert everything back. I just want to “HOLD” it where it is.
I guess another approach is to temporarily disable a Hello, Home phrase, if that’s possible.