Honeywell TCC integration

I’ve been doing quite a bit of reading and can’t seem to find a solution to this anywhere, so any help would be appreciated. I have 3 presence sensors set up on my smartthings hub (my phone, my daughter’s phone, and my son has an arrival sensor as he’s not yet old enough for a phone). I am also using a Honeywell wifi thermostat through TCC. I have already integrated the thermostat with the smartthings hub as well as my Harmony hub, and integrated the Harmony hub with the smartthings hub as well. I would like to set it up so that when all presence sensors are away, the thermostat goes into a permanent hold at set temperatures, and when any one single presence sensor arrives back home, the thermostat will resume the normal schedule. Now i can see that there is a button in the ST app in order to resume schedule, but i can’t figure out how to automate that when a presence sensor is in the home. Am I missing something?

I use routines to change the temperature at night and when away and then I use CoRE to “resume program” when I return home.

Thanks for the reply! Looks a little out of my league though lol. I guess I’m just surprised that you can manually resume the thermostat programming, but can’t automate it to resume. Seems a little silly since the functionality is obviously there. Oh well, hopefully in a future update. also has some ways to implement resume schedule, you could check those out and see if they work for you.

Thanks for the heads up! I implemented three separate IFTTT rules for each of the presence sensors to resume schedule on arrival. Then I have the ST app set up to create the temperature hold once everyone leaves. I’ll test it out tomorrow.

Can you share code for Resume.thermostat Schedule When.we Come Home? I’m new to CoRE. Thanks

I’ve moved all my CoRE pistons over to webCoRE will that work for you?

sure thing. Thanks

Here it is it just resumes the program when we get home or get up in the morning, I use a ‘Goodnight’ and a 'Goodbye routine to change the temperatures (makes them a permanent hold)

Neat! Thanks for getting me started.