Set & manage timers

Set and manage a timer for cooking, game time, laundry, and even sleep. It’s great for the kitchen, but can be used in the living room, bedroom, and more!

General timers

Timer alert sounds will only be played from the internal Google Home speaker and not other Cast devices (ex. TVs, other speakers) that are associated with the Google Home device.

To do this: Say "Ok Google" or “Hey Google”, then... Your speaker or display will:
Set a timer,
Set a timer with name
“Set a timer for 1 minute”
“Set a 10 minute timer for pizza”
Set timer for 1 minute
Set timer with specified name
Find out time remaining on timer,
Find out time remaining on timer with a name

"How much time is left?"

"How much time is left on my pizza?"

Say time remaining on timer with specified name
Cancel a timer,
Cancel a timer with name
“Cancel timer”
“Cancel pizza timer”
Cancel timer
Cancel timer with specified name
Stop a ringing timer

“Stop”

To stop a timer, you don’t need to say “Ok, Google”; just say “Stop”. (English language only)

To control by touch:

  • Google Home - Tap the top.
  • Google Home Mini -  Press and hold either side.
  • Google Nest Mini - Tap the center.
  • Google Home Max - Tap the line on the top or right side. 
  • Google Nest displays - Tap Stop on the screen.
  • Google Nest Wifi point - Tap the center.
Stop timer
Pause timer “Pause timer” Pause timer
Resume timer “Resume timer"
“Restart timer”
Resume timer from the time it was paused

Control volume of timer by voice

To do this: Say “Ok Google”, then: What Google Home says or does:
Increase volume "Turn it up",  "Louder" Increases volume by a 10% increment
Decrease volume "Turn it down", "Softer" Decreases volume by a 10% decrement
Set specific volume level "Volume level five / Volume to 65%" Sets volume at a specific level. Scale is 1-10 or 1-100%.
Maximize volume "Max volume" Sets volume at level 10
Minimum volume "Minimum volume" Sets volume at level 1
Change volume by X amount "Increase volume by 10%", "Decrease volume by 10%" Changes volume by amount specified
Hear current volume level "What’s the volume?" Says the current volume level
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