I have a decent amount of HomeKit compatible stuff, including two classic HomePods, two HomePods Minis, a Hue system, a few motion sensors, switches, buttons, locks, and more. Overall, things are working great. However, I have set up some alerts (for example, the lock is locked / unlocked, but only when I’m not at home) and I get alerts if I’m at home or not. If I set the alert to trigger only if I’m home, I never get the alert. I’m on the same wifi, HomePods are willing to respond to sensitive requests, if I ask Siri to remind me something when I get home or when I leave home, this works as expected. Almost everything except Home notifications seems to know if I’m home. Find me the location shown is provided by my current iPhone and the clock I have on me. I tried to change this on another device and return it, as I suggested elsewhere, without success. Oh, I also have two houses listed (mine and my parents shared with mine), the automatic switching changes to theirs when I cross over, and back here when I get home. How does HomeKit decide if I’m at home or not? Am I missing a setting somewhere?
The Home app thinks I’m not home
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