With beefier systems like Homeworks, RA2, or some other undesirable brands, this is a simple thing because they allow you to have the dimmers in one room and then move the load to the proper room so it looks the way it does on the wall in the design screens and puts the loads in the correct screen for app usage.

With Caseta however, you just select the dimmers in the room...as far as I know. What's the recommended way to deal with this? I'm dealing with a job now that has around 7 lighting loads that are for the outside - garage entry, driveway, flood lights, etc. so I'll probably just put all the outside stuff in one room even though their actual dimmers are all over the place. That way, timer programming can be a lot easier and the customer can see them at a glance.

Is there a better way to do this?