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How to exclude a single Google Home display.

Kotawolf
Community Member

So, my setup.

I have 6 Google Home Displays.

I'm added the Nest Doorbell.

I want to exclude a display or two from alerting when the Chime button is pushed.
One of the displays is in an office and that person works from home and can't have interruptions.

Is it possible to change it where the chime will not go to that device?

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Okay, under the Notifications and digital well being.   Setup Night Mode to turn on Do not disturb you can set a single schedule.

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Kotawolf
Community Member

Because I the pointing in the  right direction from @MplsCustomer, I've been able to resolve the issue.

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MplsCustomer
Bronze
Bronze

@Kotawolf 

I've seen other customers in this forum requesting the same thing, but unfortunately enabling "Visitor announcements" on a Google Nest doorbell sends an announcement to all Nest Hubs, Nest Minis, and displays, unless "Do not disturb" is turned on for a speaker or display, and that "Do not disturb" setting silences all notifications for that speaker or display.

That may work, I'll look that up.  Thank you.

Kotawolf
Community Member

Okay, can Do Not disturb be setup on a schedule?   I'm not digging for this answer.

 

Okay, under the Notifications and digital well being.   Setup Night Mode to turn on Do not disturb you can set a single schedule.

Brad
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi there, 

I apologize for my late response and thank you for all of your patience while waiting for a reply. I'm terribly sorry to hear that you're having this issue, I understand how upsetting this could be, but I'm happy to assist you with this issue. I am afraid that @MplsCustomer is correct. There is no such option to exclude certain displays from announcements. However, we appreciate your feedback and thank you for it!


Best Regards, 
Brad

Brad
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi there,

Just checking in to see how the conversation is going as there's been a lapse in activity on this thread.

Best regard,
Brad

Kotawolf
Community Member

Because I the pointing in the  right direction from @MplsCustomer, I've been able to resolve the issue.

Brad
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

@Kotawolf

 

If your issue is resolved, ill go ahead and mark this inquiry as resolved.

 

Best regards,

Brad