You can now broadcast messages from your phone to Google Home
Nov 14 2017 by Michele Stevens
The feature is now available in the US, Australia, Canada and the UK.
Google Assistant is getting a new feature that will probably make moms and housewives all around the world very happy.
One of those features that is now available for Google Home owners is the broadcast function that allows users to broadcast messages from their smartphone or Google Home to other Home devices in the house.
A new blog post entitled "Communicate around the house with the Google Assistant" has been published by Google Home Product Manager, Alex Duong, and Google Assistant Software Engineer, Nam Do.
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The new Broadcasts are available and rolling out on assistant phones and speakers from today, however it may take longer for these services to arrive, because of Google's slower time-frames. Google has already released some phrases that can trigger specific sounds like saying dinner is ready will trigger a dinner bell sound through your smart speakers. Of course, this only works if you have a few devices strewn around your home.
A new Google Assistant broadcast update has arrived on the Google Home, which makes the objective of a home device as it should be.
To send a message, simply say "OK Google, broadcast", followed by whatever you want to say, to a Google Assistant-enabled device, such as Google Home, Google Home Mini, or Google Home Max. One can also let the concerned people know if they are on their way by speaking to the Google Assistant on their phones.
"Broadcasting starts rolling out today to the Assistant on phones and speakers set to English language in the U.S., Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom, with more languages coming soon", both gents conclude.