Yes, I requested the hysteresis option for sensors. This is a good example of why it is required. It has many applications, not just stopping lots of messages as a sensor reports say temperature on the threshold you have set. It is quite likely that a sensor will toggle between 80 and 81 degrees as the temperature increases through the threshold.
So again here the hysteresis makes sense where you would do something like send a message the first time the temperature reads 81, then only reset that condition once the temperature is below say 78.
As I said in another post. A good example is say filling a tank with water by controlling a pump. Start the pump once the tank reaches 75%, stop once it reaches 100%. Setting it to 100% with no hysteresis will result in the pump starting for very short times or create a “chattering” type concept.
This one simple feature change will significantly improve this product to become something really handy for many applications. The code can simply be mirrored across most sensor applications, fluid level, temperature, pressure, weight, etc, etc…