I have several scenes configured with an automation on a program. I use shade lights and attic, but I don’t think it’s relevant to my question. At 11:30 at night, I dim the light in the hallway (1 light) and change its color from daylight to a more incandescent shade. I do the same with the kitchen light (2 lights). I also turn off the den lights (2 lights) and the living room lights (2 lights) and the bedroom lights (3 bulbs). Each of these scenes is configured separately for each room, and the automation in the Home app runs them all at 11:30 every night. This works very well without any problems. What I would like to do is do the exact same thing with a one-touch button in the home app and also with a siri command. I know that a scene can be set up from the home page of the home app, which I can set up manually by adding each light and brightness and color, but I already have all of these things set up. What I would like to do is make a good night scene that triggers all those individual room scenes, just like the timer automation at 11:30, but I can’t figure out how to make a scene trigger. other scenes exist.
How do I make a scene that triggers other scenes?
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