The new events Feed tab, which was introduced to the Google Home app in March as part of a rush of upgrades, has now been broadly implemented.

The most recent and significant occurrences in your house will immediately be displayed in the updated Home Feed tab. You can optimize your home setup and get more use out of your gadgets here.

This makeover aims to display more recent and pertinent information by substituting a condensed list for the stream of cards divided into various parts. Each smart home event has an icon, a brief overview, the day and time, and a description.

The alert can be opened with a tap, and the overflow menu provides options to dismiss, hide specific events, or generally customize updates (feed personalization settings). Image previews are displayed along with camera warnings, and History is located in the top-left corner. You will see a Quiet day at home / No updates for you at this time background when there is nothing new.

The update automatically arranges the most recent and significant events in your home in a new, clutter-free layout. Instead of scrolling through a list of repeating events, grouped events will make it easier for you to grasp what occurred at roughly the same time.

The new Google Home Feed page is currently just being gradually rolled out, in contrast to the revamped device grid. You’ll be welcomed by an introductory prompt because the deployment began several weeks ago. We checked it this morning, and it showed up on both iOS devices and all.

In the future, a navigation rail will be added to the Google Home app for Android tablets.
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