Yup, I stay away from IFTTT since the manufacturer exodus sarting with Smart Life/Tuya and continuing with many others.
I have found that since I use Amazon Alexa as my voice assistant and streaming media platform, I use Alexa for announcing simple process states, the front door opened, the refrigerator door has remained open for 5 minutes, please close. Alan has arrived home, etc. I am in processes of conversion from SmartThings based control to Hime Assistant for any for nuanced tasks or device state analysis.
I, as a general rule, have found the Wyze Sense sensors and Wyze Cams to be a great primary component source for the functional standard I’m non critical deployment in many smart homes!
Unfortunately, to integrate with the many varieties of devices and sensors in a global scope, Alexa doesn’t have developed or complex process flow control and state feedback capabilities above the basics subsets available through that components associated skill.
Wyze offers more process control (rulesets) but still narrower and more limited in scope than Home Assistant allows, and their sensor and camera offerings are broadening, but currently still relatively narrow.
Additionally, component control, whether that be turning on/off TV, adjusting Video Inputs, etc. Or whether that is using Presence sensors to determine home occupancy, and turning off the AC, setting Alexa to Guard Mode, and turning on lights at night, or opening the garage doors, turning on lights, and disarming the alarm when a family member arrives home.
I can see both direct and synergistic benefits to Wyze by allowing both pushed and pulled data to be passed between each other. The ability to locally control key decisions with this merge would be very powerful!!