So I want to leverage my ‘when last person leaves’ and ‘when anyone arrives’ automation to control my ecobee. What I want to do, which I can’t seem to figure out how to, is when the last person leaves, have the ecobee go to Away mode, and stay on away mode until someone returns, then resume the normal schedule. What seems to be happening now is that it’ll go to away mode, but then whenever the next schedule change happens it’ll switch comfort modes even if no one is home.
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