How Do I Link My Shades with Google?

How Do I Link My Shades with Google?

The Pulse 2 Hub has a native integration with Google Home - meaning you can control your shades via voice through the Google Home app as well as allow it to work with other Google integrated products!

You must have a Pulse 2 Hub and all shades paired and operational from the Pulse 2 App prior to linking with Google Home

After linking it with Google Home, user can give commands like "Hey google, open my office blind" or "Hey Google, Open my office shade to 50%" and similar commands like that. 
Also if you have blinds/shades attached to a single room, you can also say "Hey Google, open my bedroom blinds." 




















After Putting in your credentials you will get a notification that account is linked and then it will ask you to select devices which are already linked with pulse 2 Hub. 
Select those devices and on homepage of the Google home app now you will see your blinds like below picture:


Now you are good to use commands with "Hey google"


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