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Everything the Google Home Hub can do
There's a few device-specific tricks at the bottom of this feature, while other tricks are split into general tips, entertainment tips, information tips and smart home control tips. It's conversational so you can ask a question and follow-up questions, and Assistant will track the conversation, determine context, and audibly respond with the right information. Google Assistant is a stand-out feature in the Google Home speaker line-up. To help you figure out everything Assistant can do, we've rounded up some specific Assistant tips and tricks, which you can find here. However, if you want to learn tips and tricks unique, exclusive or specific to Google Home and Google Nest devices, read on. Unfortunately, you can't change it from these two phrases at the moment.
If you've only plugged in your Home Hub and haven't gone digging into the app, there are a bunch of options and features you don't know about. Here are five that you've probably missed. The default screensaver for the Google Home Hub is a clock, but you can change it to something more interesting. Open the Google Home app, scroll down to your speaker and tap it. Now, choose between art displays or your Google Photos. After you choose, it will take a few minutes for the screensaver to switch over, so be patient if you still see the clock displaying. Google Home Hub's Night mode turns down the volume of your speaker on a schedule -- perfect for using your speaker late at night or during nap time. This setting works for notifications, reminders and replies. Here's how to set it up. When the lights are low in your home, your Hub can automatically lower its screen brightness, too.
Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. Set up, manage, and control your Google Home, Google Nest, and Chromecast devices, plus thousands of connected home products like lights, cameras, thermostats, and more — all from the Google Home app. One view of your home. The Home tab gives you shortcuts for the things you do most, like playing music or dimming the lights when you want to start a movie. Control it all with just a tap — and get to the good stuff faster.