I have a flow that generate a push notification if the alarm goes off at home. I tested this yesterday and after that the push notification keeps on repeating everytime I open the app. I tried to reboot Homey, logged out from account and logged in again. Also tried to disable all the push notfications in settings. Keeps on repeating. Anyone familiar with this problem? See screenshot:
Or a what strange solution, make a flow for every second make a notification. After some minutes this will stop because you achieve to many notifications. 24 hours later your notifications will automatically be enabled. This happened a few times for me
Will certainly be quicker as Athoms response i think.
I’ve the same issue.
For our kids room i made a flow, that when the temperature is reaching a certain degrees, me and my wife are getting a notification on our phone, so whe can turn on the AC.
But, i receive this message like 10 times.
So now i removed the option “push message”.
Its to bad, cause we wanted to know the temperature trough this option, and not checking the sensor all the time.
10 times for the same temperature at once? Because it’s easy to get multiple notifications if you have a flow like “WHEN the temperature has changed AND it’s above 20 degrees”.
For a flow like that, a notification will be sent every time the temperature has changed and is above 20 degrees. So for 20.1°C, 20.2°C, 20.3°C, 20.4°C, etc.
You should use a variable (“notification sent”) that will be checked and only if it’s false a notification will be sent and the variable will be set to true. Once the temperature drops below 20 degrees, the variable is reset to false again.
Finally, about 48 hours after the first push notification was sent, the flood of messages now have stopped. Very strange and unreliable, especially when using critical functions as home security/alarm. I´ve got fast response from Homey Support and they asked me to send the complete Flow I´m using. I also sent them the mandatory report ID, so hopefully they will find what´s causing the notification flooding…