Home is such an important app for Apple's overall plans, but it continues to amaze me how bad UX is sometimes. Today I tried to edit the time of a daily automation and it reminded me of this. The machines are listed in numerical order, not chronologically. So an event that happens at 22:30 is listed before the event at 11:00 and then at 12:00 after that, and so on. It wouldn't matter if I used a 24-hour watch in the US, but it didn't. In what world of the user interface does it make sense to display a list of time-based events based on the clock version of first name literacy? I don't always remember the exact time I set up an automation (was it 8am or 8:30 am?) So I have to read the whole list of automations every time I look for one. It's bad enough that there is no filter (only display automations that include a temperature change on the thermostat, for example), but it's just nonsense.
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