Night has come; you are calming yourself. "Hey Google, turn off all the lights" murmur, then regret settles when your Google homepage will tell you confirmation, waking everyone up. Here's how to make Google talk silently at night.
You may have experienced it more often than you would like to admit it. Everyone is asleep and you are ready to go to bed too. You ask your Google Home or Nest Hub to turn off the lights, and this one is screaming, apparently atop its digital lungs, confirming that it will turn off the lights. It must not be like that.
You can turn on Night Mode for each Google Home or Nest Hub device you have to make it softer and reduce lighting intensity, or use grouping to prevent devices from talking fully.
Turn on night mode for a quiet night
If you need your Google Homes to speak softly at certain times, Night Mode is for you. You can set the night mode to turn on and off automatically with a schedule, adjust the maximum volume and even the maximum brightness of the built-in lights on your Google Home system.
The disadvantage is that you have to enable and configure the night mode for each Google Home device you own. So, if you miss one, you'll discover the difficulty the next time you use it and expect a discreet answer.
To turn on the night mode, open the Google Home app, and tap the Google Home device you want to set. Then press the gear in the upper right corner.
Scroll down and tap Night mode.
Turn on the night mode, then choose the desired settings, including the volume slider. Remember to press each day you want to work in night mode (you can leave it on weekends, for example). Google Home devices with LEDs above the speaker will have an additional dimmer. Nest Hub devices do not have this option.
Group devices in rooms for a silent chime
Another way to avoid a strong response is to group (called Parts) your Google Home or Nest Hub device. in the same room as your lights. When you ask Google Home to turn off the lights in the same room as the voice assistant, chime gently instead of responding with verbose verbal confirmation.
Plus, when a Google Home is in the same room as a smart light (for example, the living room), you can say:Hey Google, turn off the lights"Instead of" turn off the lights in the living room. "It saves you a few words and makes you enjoy all sides.
If your Google Home or smart lights are not already in a group, open your Google Home app and select the device you want to add to a room. Then press the "Add to a room" option.
Then follow the instructions to choose the room in which you want to add the device. Do this for all your smart devices and Google Homes. You'll immediately benefit from quieter chimes and easier voice commands.
If you're using an Amazon Echo instead, try Whisper Mode for a quieter night experience.