|1||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on [light name]"|
|2||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, tun off [light name]"|
|3||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, dim the [light name]"|
|4||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, brighten the [light name]"|
|5||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, brighten the [light name] to 50%"|
|6||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, set the [light name] to 50%"|
|7||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, set the [light name] to [color]"||Color values are set by Google:
i.e. blue, red, orange, yellow, purple, green. Note that temperature values of "warm white, cool white, etc." are not yet supported.
|8||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, is the [light name] on?"|
|9||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, is the [light name] off?"|
|10||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on [switch/outlet name]"|
|11||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, tun off [switch/outlet name]"|
|12||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on the lights"|
|13||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on all of the lights"|
|14||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on the lights in [room name]"|
|15||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on the [room name] lights"||To enable rooms, first put your device in rooms inside the Google Home app|
|16||Lights & Switches||"Hey Google, turn on [device nick name]"||Inside the Google Home app, you can set a nickname for your device(s). If you change your device's name in Iris... the quickest way to update Google is to use the nickname feature. If you changed several device names in Iris, it may be easier to unlink and re-link your Iris account to your Google Assistant so all device names are imported from Iris.|
|17||Thermostats||Hey Google “Turn on the heat/cooling”
Hey Google “Set the thermostat to cooling/heating"
Hey Google “Turn thermostat to heat-cool mode”
|To switch heating or cooling modes|
|18||Thermostats||Hey Google “Set the heat to 68”
Hey Google “Set the air conditioning to 70”
|To set the mode and temperature|
Hey Google “Turn off thermostat.”
|Turn thermostat Off
(To turn the thermostat back on, you must specify a mode. Try saying: “Turn on cooling/heating," “Turn on heat-cool," “Set the heat to 68," “Set the air conditioning to 70," “Set heat-cool to 72)
|20||Thermostats||Hey Google “Set the <Living Room> thermostat to 70.”||To set thermostat using the thermostat's room name or device name.|
|21||Thermostats||Hey Google “What’s the temperature inside?”||To hear the ambient temperature on the thermostat|
|22||Thermostats||Hey Google “What’s the thermostat set to?”||To hear what the temperature is set to on the thermostat|
|23||Scenes||Hey Google "Start <sceneName>"
Hey Google “Activate <sceneName>”
|To run an Iris Scene
(For your security, actions in your Scene that unlock door locks, unlock garage doors, or that disables your Security alarm will not be able to run from your Google Assistant)
**Nest and Honeywell TCC thermostats connected to Iris will not respond when you request a thermostat command from your Google Assistant due to contractual limitations.
Q. I've added additional devices to Iris since I originally setup my Google Assistant. How do I get make my Google Assistant aware of these new devices?
1. On iOS, Go to Home Control > tap on the "..." icon in the top right and then "Manage accounts". Then tap on "Iris" and finally tap on "Check for new devices". You'll be prompted to login to Iris using your Iris email and password. Once finished your new devices will be available on your Google Assistant.
2. On Android, you need to unlink and then re-link your Iris account.
**If you have more questions about voice commands with your Google Assistant, please visit https://support.google.com/googlehome/answer/7073578
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