This way, you can add groceries to the list by voice. This is very handy if you happen to notice an item that you need in between your shopping spree. The link between the shopping app and the Google Home app is quick and easy, and we’ll now tell you what you need to do.
Link Google Home with Bring!
- Launch the Google Home app on your smartphone.
- Select your profile picture in the top right corner.
- Select Assistant Settings from the menu.
- Scroll down to Notes and Lists.
- There, select Bring Shopping Lists and confirm your selection with Next.
- Log in with your Bring! login data and confirm the login.
That’s it! You’re done! From now on, you can tell your smart home device with the items you want to add to your shopping list simply by speaking to it. By the way, you can also connect the Bring! app with Alexa in pretty much an identical manner!
It is important that you also name the list. You can either use an existing list or create a new one (be smarter than me and don’t name it “Bring” – because Google sometimes misunderstands this command and wants to take me somewhere).
So shout something like “Hey Google, add two liters of milk to my XY list” and your shopping list will be updated. You can also have Google Assistant read all the products back to you with “Hey Google, what’s on my XY list.” Unfortunately, you cannot delete any products from the list in this manner.
Nevertheless, I think this is a really practical use case for my Google devices and I’m sure you’ll appreciate it, too. Perhaps when you realize in the shower that you’re out of shower gel! By the way, my dear colleague Stefan thinks it’s the best Google Home feature ever!
Do you agree, or do you have another favorite feature? Do you already use your smart home to update your shopping lists? And what are your most practical commands for Google Assistant?