Access the web on your Smart Display

On Smart Displays, you can get web results from Google Assistant or go directly to a website. This lets you find more info about a topic and more helpful answers to your questions.

When the web or a website is unavailable

Allow websites in Digital Wellbeing settings

If Digital Wellbeing filters are turned on or a supervised account for a child under 13 (or the applicable age in your country)​​ is linked to your Smart Display, you can choose to allow websites in Digital Wellbeing settings.

  1. On your phone or tablet, open the Google Home app Google Home.
  2. At the bottom, tap Home Home and then Settings Settings and then Digital Wellbeing.
  3. Select your Smart Display.
  4. Tap Additional controls.
  5. Under "Websites," tap Allow websites and then Save.

Tip: If you don’t find these settings, update your Google Home app. Learn how to update the app.

Learn more about Digital Wellbeing filters.

Learn why the web might be turned off

Through the web, anyone can access content like videos or answers that might otherwise be blocked on a Smart Display by Digital Wellbeing settings or for a child’s account. To give you more control, your Smart Display blocks the web by default if a child’s account is linked to it or you turn on content filters in Digital Wellbeing settings and don’t allow websites. You can choose at any time to allow websites in Digital Wellbeing settings.

Learn why explicit websites are filtered

Anyone nearby can see or hear results on a Smart Display. To help ensure a safer experience for everyone, your Smart Display tries to filter any explicit websites, like those that might contain sexually explicit or violent content.

 

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