Sometimes I ask my Google home ($ 130 at QVC) for something — , , – and it responds immediately. But then it sometimes adds a tip I. did not ask for, for example, “If you ever want to know what time it is, just ask.” Or, “By the way, if you ever want to hear a summary of your day, just say” good morning. “of its features that I have already chosen to ignore over and over again.
I wish Google Home had a “short mode” like Amazon Echo, which you can set up to simply do when running certain commands. Instead, Google Home proudly announces every time it turns off a light. There is a somewhat tedious solution on Google Home for this (you need to create a separate routine for each command that you do not want to hear confirmation of), but there is nothing on the Google homepage to turn off these unwanted suggestions.
Thankfully, this has not stopped Internet residents from experimenting with several solutions that at least anecdotally seem to do the trick. If your Google Home command prompt is as nervous on your nerves as they do, here are some things you can do to try to stop it.
Try this to minimize Google Home tips
There is no official Google Home support document on this topic, so I searched the internet for home-made hacks. Some Google Home users have reported success in saying, “Hello, Google, no thanks” or, “OK, Google, no thanks,” after Google Home offered an unsolicited proposal. Some commenters said they were not waiting for their Google Home to suggest the tip and said the command out of the blue and it still seemed to work.
When we tried it on different smart Google speakers from Google, the answers varied. To “Hi, Google, no thanks you, “replied one,” My pleasure. “Another replied,” Sorry, I do not understand. ”
In response to “no thank you”, it read, “No received.” It is not clear if this worked.
A software hack you can also try
A commenter on a Google Home Support Forum suggested joining The Google Home app and change an action in a routine, then save that when you say to Google Home, “No, thank you.”
I could see how it could trigger a suggestion of routines, at least, so I tried it by changingso it now sets mine to 72 instead of 70, then saved it, only if a change can help me stick. Again, it has only been two days, but so far no extra tips.
Do not worry about trying to do these things
Other Google Homeowners have reportedly tried all sorts of things that definitely did not work for them. Here are some commands that do not seem to stop the unwanted tips:
- “Stop telling me about routines!” (Google Home says it’s sorry, it does not know how to help with that.)
- Reset the device to factory defaults (this may actually make it worse).
- Complain to Google Home Support about it.
If you’ve never automated a series of Google Home actions before,. And if you have other pets with Google Home (I really do), for my three best deteriorations, plus of all.