Help change the thermostat according to the guest

Cupertino, October 6, 2021

I have an Ecobee thermostat on the ground floor and upstairs controlled by 3 HomeKit scenes. Upstairs it rarely gets used to and is set at a higher temperature. I would like to turn a virtual switch and have the upstairs thermostat run at a different temperature day / night when I have guests using it. I used Homebridge to create a fake "Guests Present" switch. Currently, I change temperatures in 3 scenes: early morning, mid-morning and good night. The only way I can think of this automation would be to use the Eve app to add a scene condition to the dummy switch, but I don't know how. let 's say don't run this scene AND instead run this scene. Any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated!

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