Hello friends! I commented in a few posts asking about this, but I thought I'd sign up and make sure I don't miss any new developments in smart locks. I have an apartment where the board for some reason will not let us change the exterior or interior hardware of the door locks. The inner hardware is an integrated panel with thumb rotation and handle on a single plate. It looks like a mortar lock. Here's a [image](https://www.weiserlock.com/images/kevo2/convert/kevo-convert-lock-compatibility-not-compatible-1.png) is similar. The only type of smart lock that would work is one that would bypass the thumb without disrupting existing hardware. Something like sesame. I don't want to go with Sesame, like I did a year ago and I wasn't impressed. They also seem to have silenced the radio on social networks and did not respond to emails. I tried a level screw, but the door cutout is too small for the screw to fit and the locksmith could not install it without making a visible change to the outside of the door. I miss having a smart padlock so much, so I wonder if I'm missing something?
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