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If you’re looking to furnish your home with multiple smart devices, then you might have done your research and know that for some devices, they require a separate hub to connect them to your home’s network, which means that trying to sync up multiple smart devices can get rather complicated and messy.


However the good news is that if you have Google Home or a device with support for Google Assistant, it seems that Google has recently added a command that allows users to sync their smart devices together. All users have to say is, “sync my devices” and Google Assistant will do it for you. Google’s support page details how you can go about doing this. In fact if you’re specifically looking for devices that are supported, Google also has a list of ever-growing devices that should make it easier for users to find compatible products.

The Google Assistant command also makes it convenient for when you add new smart devices to your home, where you can quickly sync the new devices through the command or refresh the list of connected objects. The syncing command should already be live for all users, so if you want to check it out fire up Google Assistant and take it for a spin.

Filed in Gadgets >General. Read more about Connected Objects, Google, Google Assistant and IoT (Internet of Things).

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