Set up multiple users for your speaker

You can link up to 6 people’s voices with Voice Match to a single speaker. After you link your voice, you can use voice commands to listen to personalized media.

Link your voice

To link your voice with Voice Match, you must link one Google Account. If you have multiple Google Accounts, you can choose which account you want to use.

  1. Open the Google Home Google Home app app .
  2. Tap Account .
  3. Verify that the Google Account that is listed is the one linked to Google Home.  To switch accounts, click the triangle to the right of the account name and email address.
  4. Tap Settings and then Assistant tab and then Voice match
  5. Make sure any devices you want to link your voice to are checked.
  6. Tap Continue and then I agree.
  7. Follow the steps.

See which devices are linked to your voice

  1. Open the Google Home app Google Home.
  2. In the bottom right corner of the Home screen, tap Account .
  3. Tap Settings  and then Assistant tab and then Voice Match and then plus.

You'll see a list of speakers that are linked to your voice.

Unlink your voice from your device

To stop getting personal results on your speaker, unlink your voice.

Note: To unlink your voice, you need to unlink your Google Account. To continue using the device, set up your speaker again with your Google Account.

  1. Open the Google Home app Google Home.
  2. In the bottom right corner of the Home screen, tap Account .
  3. Verify that the Google Account that is listed is the one linked to Google Home.  To switch accounts, click the triangle to the right of the account name and email address.
  4. Tap Settings  and then Assistant tab and then Voice Match.
  5. Tap the X next to the device that you want to remove Voice Match from.

You'll see a message that your Google Account and voice are unlinked from the device.

Understand how your voice works with other settings

Voice Match & personal results

  • If no one links their voice with Voice Match to the speaker and the person who set up the device allows personal results, anyone can access those personal results.
  • After you link your voice with Voice Match, the Google Assistant will not respond with your personal results to a voice it doesn’t recognize as yours.
  • A voice that sounds like yours might be able to get these results, too. If you're not comfortable with this, stop allowing personalized results.

Voice Match & media services

  • If you link your voice with Voice Match and choose specific music and video services, the Google Assistant can provide personalized music and video suggestions.
  • When other people use a speaker  that is linked to your voice, your media history and recommendations from these services might change.
  • To stop others from using your media services, ask them to set up Voice Match link their own music and video services.
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