Google Home to Receive Nest Hello Quiet Time and Quick Response

Google Home is about to Receive Nest Hello Quiet Time and Quick Response. Google’s acquisition of Nest and eventual migration of brands and accounts unsurprisingly was faced with some pushback. To add to the privacy and concerns, there were some issues when moving from Nest’s own platform to Google’s.

Google Home to Receive Nest Hello Quiet Time and Quick Response

Google Home to Receive Nest Hello Quiet Time and Quick Response

One major pain point, in particular, revolved around the features that are in the Nest app that have not yet made their way to Google Home. Luckily, Google seems to be working to resolve the problem, and an upcoming version of the Google Home app might actually see the arrival of two old Nest Hello features to the new app.

It remains understandable if not all old Nest Hello features get back to their new Home in Google Home. All those features might become obsolete, unused, or even get broken. And this transition would be a great opportunity to take out all the unnecessary load. In this situation, Quiet Time and Quick Responses were missed sorely, and Nest Hello owners might just rejoice in seeing them return as soon as possible.

Nest Hello Doorbell Settings

Quiet Time allows users to get Nest Hello doorbell’s chime silenced for a set duration of time. The time range is predefined from around 30 minutes to three hours. The idea is to possess an audible alarm indoors when a person is set at the door, but you would still get notified of the event and the person that is outside would hear it ring.

Quick responses allow homeowners to choose their predefined audio response when they get a notification coming from the doorbell. Users would also unfortunately get to create their very own responses. But Google Home app would apparently allow you to send the response directly from the app itself rather than from the notification.

Google Home App and Nest Hello

These two features remain are expected to remain in the Nest App. but this does not means opening a separate app rather than doing everything from one Google Home app. These features getting included in Google’s own app could offer a small but very significant convenience to Nest Hello Video doorbell owners. All that’s left is to wait for the update to be available to the public.


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