Siri suddenly started asking me to confirm "Which house?" whenever I ask him to control a scene or an accessory.

Cupertino, November 18, 2020

I installed HomeKit on 2 different houses and I have this configuration for years now. Both houses have accessories and scenes bearing the same name.

Previously, all I had to do was say "Hey Siri Good night" and Siri would have adopted that scene in any house I was in now.

Now, though, she asks me to confirm if I want Home 1 or Home 2 every time I ask her to set a scene.

One solution would be to rename all my scenes so that each of the two houses is unique, but I would rather not.

It's not a huge inconvenience, but it gets annoying when he used to set the scene without problems before.

Do you have any idea how I can make Siri work like before? I just want the scene to settle in whatever house I'm in, without further clarification.


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