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I'm looking for advice on how to configure and manage a Google Home for multiple residences. Due to the keywords, most searches turn up info on how to manage multiple Google Home devices on one network, or accessing from multiple accounts.
Being a northern US "snowbird" I spend time at two homes. Up north during the warm months, down south in the winter. I have multiple Google devices in addition to other home automation devices at the northern home which I manage and use with the Google Home app. I've now arrived down south and I'm trying to decide how to configure and manage the second environment.
Do I continue to use the same Google account and set up different "rooms" or groups?
Should I use a different gmail/Google account and set up and entirely different home?
Or are there other options I haven't considered?
Further complicating things, several of the devices migrate with me since they would sit idle at the alternative location when no one was there. But this is a sideline problem I could manage once I better understand the issues above.
Each option seems to have differing pros and cons. I'd appreciate advice from others who may have solved the same problem(s).
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