Doorwise, not necessarily, the entire house has been built in the past 10 years or so, I think it’s just a bit stiff. I didn’t really clean anything during the installation, and didn’t check if the actuator moves freely during installation – a possible oversight on my part.
I’ll uninstall everything, remove any parts that I can, clean then, maybe file down the bolt if I can a bit, and give everything a good coat in WD40 and rebuild. The door locks and unlocks the majority of the time, but I it jammed last night with no one in the house – had to scale the back fence…
History – yes and no. The tags can be named, but don’t appear to be associated to users which are restricted to actual Yale accounts used by the app. You can get history for unlocks via the app, but this is only updated by Bluetooth and not provided in the log messages during lock events – you only get information on how the door was locked (i.e. via thumbturn, auto-lock, exterior handle, jammed, etc.).
I imagine if you were to use the Yale hub and appropriate module, this would allow history to be polled at all times. It also appears that the notifications for low battery and who unlocked/locked the lock requires this hub also, as the settings do not keep during save, even within bluetooth range of the lock.
(Battery status is reported by Zwave, so a automation could be setup within HA to monitor, however, oddly, it is currently rising for me, and I don’t believe it’s inverted or anything…)