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Multiple user support card shows up for some Google Home users

12 April 2017

A report in the Google Home app states multiple users are now feasible, even though the usability isn't available just yet.

Of course, Google Home now does not support multiple users, which led to the conclusion that the message in the Google Home smartphone app was, in fact, premature.

According to The Next Web, Google Home is anticipating to set to support for multiple Google accounts. Users were in for a surprise earlier in the day when their Home app showed a new feature for multi-users. With the update, more than one user will be able to get personalized responses when they asked questions about their schedule.

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Multi-user support is expected to start rolling out to Google Home devices in the next few days.

Google finally seems very close to be announcing the long-awaited multiple user access for Google Home. This way you don't have to create new ones. There have been rumblings that Apple is trying to make Siri a more serious competitor to both Google Home and Amazon Alexa and we still don't know what they have up their sleeve.

Google Home enables two-way interactions. It'd be handy but we're now out of luck on that front, as are a number of regions around the world where Assistant is available but Google Express isn't. The ability to add multiple accounts is a great step toward turning it into a versatile device that can handle all of our family's needs. Furthermore, there must be a technology which will switch between accounts on the fly or at least switch the accounts without users interference in the app. At the time, it hinted at plans to eventually also add multi-user support to allow multiple people to access their individual calendars, get information about their commute and more through the device.