Google Home: Turn your smart speaker into a hands-free speakerphone with these steps.

Use your phone for other stuff, like games or texting, when you make calls with Google

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But if you set up Voice Match, which allows multiple people to get personalized results on Google Home, they can also link their contacts and make calls from their own number. 3.

You’ll want any calls you make with Google Home to appear as your regular mobile number when you call friends and family, so we’ll show you how to set that up first.

Discuss: Google Home: Turn your smart speaker into a hands-free speakerphone with these steps.

Once you set it up, making calls on Google Home is easy. leads"> ($130 at HSN) smart speakers have all kinds of tricks up their sleeve;  including some features that aren’t particularly obvious.

Google Home: Turn your smart speaker into a hands-free speakerphone with these steps.

Google Home: Turn your smart speaker into a hands-free speakerphone with these steps.

This will upload your current contact list and set the Google Home app to sync with your contacts, so any changes you make down the road — like adding new contacts or changing a current contact’s number — will update in Google Home as well.

Use your phone for other stuff, like games or texting, when you make calls with Google Home.

The more uses you find for your Google Home, the more places you’ll want one in your home – check out these unusual (but delightfully useful) locations where you should put your extra smart speakers.

With Voice Match, multiple people can sync their own contacts with Google Home.

Once you’re all set up, you can do almost everything you normally do when making calls on your smartphone, only with voice commands (that begin with either "Hey, Google" or "OK, Google").

Use your phone for other things when you make calls with Google Home.

Any Google Home smart speaker or display can be used as a speakerphone.

Type the name of a contact on your phone or an email address and Google will send an invitation.

Note that the person must have or create a Google account and sign in to the Google Home app on their phone or tablet to join your household.

Well, that’s the cool thing about it — you can use your phone to do other stuff, like scroll social media, play games or send texts, while you talk. leads"> ($49 at Crutchfield) has a bigger, louder speaker than anything you’ll find in a mobile phone.

If your Google Home setup has only one user (presumably you), anyone who interacts with it will be limited to calling only your contacts.

Then we’ve got everything else you need to know to start making calls with Google Home.

Before you can make a call by saying, "Hey, Google, call my mom," you’ll need to let Google know your mom’s number.

Tap Your own number, and then enter your number and the six-digit code Google texts you to verify. 4.

By default, Google Home will display "No Caller ID" when you make calls.

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