Is there a good way to keep wall switches in sync?

Cupertino, January 31, 2021

I have a pair of Aqara wall switches that I want to keep in sync with each other. One is connected externally to the flood lights for the backyard, and the second is a double toggle switch on which I set up a button as a wireless switch. Ideally, I want to be able to turn on and off the lights on the inside or outside button and keep them in sync with each other, as the outside switch is the one that actually powers the lights, but it's cold and I don't want to go out there to turn them on and stop. Is there a "good" way someone came to do this? In addition to a list of automations here: - "if it starts it starts b" - "if it stops it stops b" - "if it starts b it starts a" - "if it stops it stops a"

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