I learn the more potential Home Hubs you have in Apple Home, in my case eight, the more it takes for automation and automation changes to spread to all of this. This greatly slows down the automation test time. If he had gone to the Active Home hub first. * So be careful *, if you have a lot of potential hubs, give your new automations and their modifications time to propagate into your active hub and you have no way of knowing (😬) before testing or , even if you are right, you will have a lot of failures.
Homekit Automation, Home Hubs and Testing Frustration
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