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How To Add A Ring Doorbell To Google Home

In this walkthrough, we will be explaining how to add a Ring Doorbell to Google Home.

Have you ever wanted to connect a Ring Video Doorbell to a Google Home device? Would you like to control the Ring doorbell using just your voice?. In this walkthrough, we will be explaining how to add a Ring Doorbell to Google Home.

How To Add The Ring Doorbell To Google Home

If this is your first time coming across this, A ring doorbell is a bell on the outside of a house that you can ring so that the people inside will know that they have a visitor outside. It is a smart, wireless-connected device.

After getting your Ring Doorbell and you’ve completed the setup, Before you start, be sure to have these three apps I will be listing below installed on your phone. 

  1. Google Home
  2. Google Assistant
  3. Ring app

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Steps To Add The Ring Doorbell To Google Home:

  • In a web browser on your computer, please type in the Google Assistant Ring services web page and open it
  • Select Send to device.
  • Choose the Google Home device you want to connect to the Ring.
  • You will receive a notification stating you need to link Google to your Ring account on your phone.

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  • Click on the notification and complete the process by filling in your Ring username and password in the authorization form.
  • You will receive a message which states our setup process is complete, and you can now access Ring from Google Home.

How To Use Your Ring Doorbell With Google Home

You can talk to Ring via your Google Home now that it’s configured. Try by saying:

 “Hey Google, talk to Ring.” 

After Google Home accesses Ring, you’ll hear Ring ask what you want to do. At this point, you can say any of the following:

“Turn motion alerts on” or “turn motion alerts off.”

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“Turn ring alerts on” or “turn ring alerts off.”

“When was the last time the doorbell rang?”

“Start recording video.”

“What is the status of the doorbell?” or “what is the health of the doorbell?”

And that’s all, Easy, Right???

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Stella Taylor
Stella Temidayo Taylor is a staff writer for Novabach, she is a content writer with years of experience and has written for many websites on a different niche such as Entertainment, Politics, Lifestyle, Health, Business, Technology and well experienced in journalism.
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