I was messing around with using Join Actions and AutoNotification as a workaround so remote notification actions don't turn the screen on, as is the case with many apps using the native feature for it in Join. I got it working, but in doing so, came across a few bugs with AutoNotification: An AutoNotification State Context paired with a State/Event Context from another Auto App makes it so the %anbutton[x]action Action does not work. Tested examples where %anbutton[x]action doesn't work properly: Pairing an AutoNotification Intercept State Context with an AutoApps Command Intercept Event Same as above, but with AutoNotification Query added additionally before the %anbutton[x]action Action Pairing an AutoNotification Intercept State Context with an AutoNotification Command Intercept Event Context Tested examples where %anbutton[x]action does work properly: If the AutoNotification State/Event is the only Context If the AutoNotification State/Event is paired with Contexts that aren't from the Auto Apps (tested with Display State On, and Wifi Connected as additional Contexts) Another Auto App is the only Context, and AutoNotification Query is used before the %anbutton[x]action Action The "Any" field in the AutoNotification Query action does not appear to function properly. I've tried filling the field with both standard text, as well as variables referencing text, but in both cases, it appeared to fail to match any of the existing notifications. However, if I instead put a variable/text specifically in the Text/Title fields individually, it matches existing notifications properly. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need anything else!