The Google Wifi app allows users to take control of their mesh network and manage their Wifi devices. It has been useful for a lot of people but the app is soon to be handing its controls over to the Google Home app.
What is Google Home App
The Google Home app lets you manage your home or office network system. You can take control of your Google Home, Chromecast, and Google Nest Wifi all in one single app. With different Smart device functionalities surrounding your home or office, the Google Home app lets you take care of everything in only a few clicks or commands. It gives you easy and faster access to playing music, turning on the lights, changing the thermostats, and a lot more.
The Google Home app enables you to check connected devices to your router. You can manage your Wifi, especially when it comes to your kids and guests. You can also do speed tests on the app.
With all the functions mentioned above, it’s only natural that you want to migrate your Google Wifi app settings to the more integrated and functionality-riddled Google Home app.
How to Import or Migrate Google WiFi Networks to Google Home App
Thankfully, Google lets you import and migrate your Wifi networks and router settings easily from your Google Wifi app to Google Home app. This is most especially helpful with the launch of the tech giant’s Nest Wifi routers. Follow the methods below on how to do it.
- To get started on the import process, you need to go to your Google Home app.
- On the suggestion chips, scroll the entries until you reach the option “Import Google Wifi network”.
- Click on it and you will be redirected to choose a “home”.
- Select the home where you want to import your Wifi networks. For instance, if you want to import it at Home, click Home or any name you set for your home.
- Click next.
- Now, click the network that you want to add to the Home app. Click next. Now, the Wifi network is added to your Home app. Click Done.
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