Does anyone else have a scene called "Let There Be Light" that no longer works directly from Siri? Previously, just saying "Hey Siri, let there be light" would set my scene (turn on all the lights in my common area at maximum brightness). Now, this results in Siri searching the web for "Let there be light" and I have to say "SET for light". It's obviously one thing, but I doubt I'm the only one who used that as a stage name and just kind of annoying it was pushed to the side of the server that broke something that worked for quite some time. I'm also starting to make some smart home stuff at my parents' house, and these little changes are exactly the same things that will make them give it up, so I'd really like Apple to consider changes like this before to push them. And yes, if you didn't know, for (most) scenes you don't have to say "SET" you can just say "Hey Siri, [scene]”. It seems to me a much more natural sound, especially in my bedroom, where I have scenes called just “Level [1-4]"For my various brightness settings.
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