I've had motion lighting working correctly for quite a while now, but recently decided to make things a little more complicated...
Originally the rooms had a motion sensor, and the motion lighting app successfully turned the lights on, and then back off 6 minutes after motion ceased.
I added a contact switch to the doors, and saw in the motion lighting app the ability to add a contact sensor as the ON trigger, in addition to the motion sensor. This works, and it's faster since I don't have to walk far enough into the room to trip the motion. The problem I'm having is that since doing this, the lights do not reliably turn off. I'm not certain but I think the issue is if I only open the door, but do not walk in to trip the motion. Since the motion never tripped, the motions never send a no-motion signal. Then the lights just stay on.
Shouldn't the motion lighting app handle this a little better? Am I doing this wrong, or is there a better way to do this?