21 Apr 2017 03:13 AM EST
Shortly after being teased a few days ago, Google is rolling out a sorely-needed feature for Google Home: multiple user functionality. Previously, the Google Assistant-backed smart speaker could only support a user at a time, making it a hassle to personalize the experience to yourself without messing up another individual's settings. The real kicker isn't just that Google Home can now keep tabs on more than one person, but that it can do so instantly by recognizing your voice.
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