@jodyalbritton All of my teenagers are somewhat relucant to use presense detection on their phones, also i didn’t install the iOS app because I have switches in different kids rooms and they will mess with the other kids lights on an off.
They use the Action Dashboard, and actually like that quite a bit. I don’t have anything turning on or off w/ presence detection because it is so unreliable and drives everyone nuts. The kids did NOT like the presence detectors in their cars, so I could tell when they got home, they thought it would track them everywhere and NOT comfortable with that.
The cameras throughout the house also sometimes make them uncomfortable as well. They LOVE the Sonos, and the Hue work well. The biggest things are the things they don’t notice, where certain rooms are all motion activated only and the lights turn on and off. I had a few dimmer switches in rooms initially but those had to be remove because they didn’t work the same as the paddle switch and it annoyed everyone if someone held it on and dimmed to a low level and someone else couldn’t figure it out.
I’ve had to find a good balance on the speed of adoption, and really prove out use cases where it shows them a benefit of the HA not just making something that was simple (turning on and off a light) more of a pain in the butt now.