I am slowly but surely getting my house all connected with Homey, but one thing I seem to keep having a hard time grasping is how to handle different scenes.
An example of something I used before Homey, was the scenes in Hue. I would have a different scene for day and night time, and would have my motion sensors trigger them depending on time of day. So that during the day, my lights would turn up with normal brightness and whiteish color, and after say 22:30 when everyone is a sleep, they would only turn on at 5% brightness and a warm color.
I have not figured out how to use Homey for anything like this, as it seems Homey is much more “one thing at a time” based. So I would need to make a flow that first turns on, then sets color, then sets brightness, as these values cannot be changed when a bulb is on it seems.
It is especially a problem for me with my Logic ZHC5010s, where I have 4 of these in my kitchen-dining area, that I want to all be in sync, and have buttons 1 through 4 change between 4 preset scenes for different situations in our daily life. Having to push too many actions for these kills my Z-wave network completely, and does not work as intended.
Anyone have some good tips?