Adaptive Lighting Support (Homekit)

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    Adam Peterson

    David you highlighted my biggest desire for the lightstrip. I want to say "Hey Siri, turn on the lights" and have the lights automatically turn on to the relevant circadian light temperature instead of the last color I had it set to. 

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    Dan

    Right now it shows the adaptive lighting button in Home, but it doesn't actually work leading to a really confusing feature. I came here to say that it was broken, but maybe just not implemented properly yet? I very much do not want to remember to set it through the Nanoleaf app for similar reasons to David here.

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    Michael Ciraco

    I would very much like to be able to have the bulbs "remember" their color and brightness setting they were at the prior time they were on at that time of day, including being a scene, a color, or just some shade of white, and when I say "turn on the lights" return to that color, NOT their last used setting.  Not just leveraging dynamic lighting temps by time of day, but how bright they should be at that time, or that I want something different at that time.  If this could be directly programed even that would be great.   I want this across all lines (essentials, strips, panels, etc).  
    This is key as I like a bright room in the morning to get going, but usually the last setting at night is extremely dim.  Yes, I know I can do this all with manually configured automation, but I don't want to have to program shortcuts, named scenes, etc (and remember what each is called) across apple, Alexa and google each, I should simply be able to say "lights" and have the correct light come on at the appropriate brightness based on historical preference.  

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