It's really easy, just say hey Google, broadcast it's time to leave for school.
Got it broadcasting now.
The assistant will broadcast the message to all the other Google Home Devices.
In my house, it's really great.>>I can just say, okay Google, show me the entryway.>>Okay.
Streaming the entryway.>>Wow.>>And then I realize, it's not an intruder, but my pet pig.>>Just say, hey Google, find my phone and we'll automatically ring your Android phone even if it's on silent.
And for iPhone users, we just give you a call.
So, when the doorbell rings, NS Hello recognizes the person at the door.
It will automatically broadcast that information to Google home devices in the house.
Auntie Suzie is at the front door.
And you don't even have to ask.
And if Nest Hello doesn't know who's at the door, you can just say, okay Google show me who's at the front door.
And we will stream your camera feed right to your TV.
We're announcing support for family linked accounts on Google Home.
These are Google accounts that parents can create for children under 13.
They can manage it within the family link app And as we all know, kids have their own unique way of speaking.
Sometimes, it can be a little hard to understand, even for us parents.
Well fortunately, we've improved our voice recognition accuracy for kids, so the assistant can understand them too.
You can personalize your routine to include actions for Nest products.
So all I have to say is, Hey, Google, goodnight.
Okay, let's get ready for bed.
I've armed your security system.
Your first calendar event is tomorrow at 9 a.m.
Your alarm is set for 7 a.m.
Just say, hey, Google, let's learn to play science quizes or to talk to an astronaut
Or try hey Google, let's play a game, and play musical chairs or tackle a riddle.
And finally, he Google, tell me a story to hear classics like Snow White, or original stories, like The Chef who loved Potatoes.
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