So, I understand you don’t have a front yard; your doorbell basically sees your porch, sidewalk, street, and maybe porch roof (is the camera angled down?). If that is correct, then you would want the blue activity area to be on your porch and sidewalk, below the street traffic. I think the purpose of the red “exclude” zone is it is supposed to “cut out” an area of monitoring inside of the blue “include” area. I also lowered my motion settings sensitivity to the second from the left option.
Here’s Eufy’s guide for a view like yours. I note that it can see the tires of a car in the background, seems to account for it, but if you put the red exclude area right over where the tires cross into the blue include area, that I guy help:
My Eufy 2k Doorbell has been good about ignoring cars (I can see the whole car from my camera, not just the tires), however at night sometimes turning signals light up half a neighbor’s tree trunk just so and the Eufy thinks it’s seeing the outline of a human profile. I also got a few false alarms from waving branches against the sky from the bush on my right. I put an activity zone that doesn’t include my neighbor’s tree, the top of my bushes, but does include my driveway, walkway, and porch, and that seems to have helped.
And here’s my view and activity zone, what works for me (I’m not getting false alarms from cars driving by, but I can see the whole shape of cars, plus they’re further back which might keep the tires from looking like faces):
If we pretended my view was like yours, I would set up my zones like this:
As you can see, I’m excluding the street. I don’t have to include the parking space for my wife’s car, because it’s usually there blocking motion, but I could also make the blue inclusive box narrower. If someone walks up to my door, they’ll be tall enough that their face is above the excluded zone for face detection.