So my HE performance is up the roof. Main culprit according to the device log on thee hub is the multitude of Sonos devices. HE nascent dashboards were causing a lot of events / traffic in the background. Once removed, performance improved for a short while but still extremely high.
I’d like to perform a test by removing them from the SharpTools integration temporarily without having to delete my dashboard. The logic being that after the test I would be able to add them but am encountering undesirable behavior back to the integration and since they kept their device IDs, they will link back to the original dashboard tiles vs. having to recreate that dashboard from scratch.
However I am encountering unexpected behavior on both sides of the integration:
I removed the devices from the Sharptools App on HE and even though they are now not shared according to the app, each device shows a connected dependency to the SharpTools App which cannot be severed?
On SharpTools.io, in Manage Accounts, I logged into the HE integration, selected my home and in the list of devices received from HE, unchecked all the sonos devices and saved. SharpTools went through it’s synchronization and shows at the end those devices as unchecked. However, when looking at the integration properties, they are still showing there as fully connected.
This does not seem like the desired behavior and is a potential security risk when a user wants to severe connectivity of specific devices. I may be missing something but it seems like a simple workflow that should have worked - How does one successfully disconnect individual devices from the integration on either side (or both)?