No. Use Configure Custom Rule in HSM. For speech, you select audio alert. If you want a tone, you turn on a light, but it’s not an actual light. You instead turn on a virtual switch. The virtual switch is the trigger for your RM rule that plays the tone you want via the Chromecast Integration. Set the virtual switch in the device details for Auto-Off after 1 second, or define it to turn off in your RM rule after 1 second.
[Edit] Questioned the virtual switch idea after I wrote it. Tested this morning, and while the speech alert does work, regardless of what sensors are open already, the virtual switch trick does not.
@bravenel Would a future change be possible to allow multiple sensors to trigger the light alert multiple times in a HSM Custom Rule? Currently, if a sensor becomes active, the a light can only be activated once while any of the defined sensors are active. Unlike the audio alerts for speech, which can be actuated each time a defined sensor activates, despite any of them already being active.
The use case would be activating a virtual switch (with a 1 second timeout) for the purpose of playing a tone via the Built-In Chromecast Integration. Alternatively, it would also work to simply have the Chromecast Integration were available in HSM as a music device, and then it would be able react to multiple sensors activating, despite any of the defined sensors already being active, just as speech does at the moment. Then a tone could be played each time a door is opened via a Custom HSM rule.