Philips Hue scenes are now natively supported by Google Assistant

Philips Hue scenes are now natively supported by Google Assistant

Being able to adjust lighting with your voice is super convenient. Philips Hue lighting has scenes, until now you’ve only been able to use them in the Hue app. Now, that functionality is getting an upgrade with official support for Philips Hue scenes.

In the last few days, Philips Hue scenes have quietly been made available in the Assistant app. Getting the functionality going may require a simple sync, and once it’s active, you can ask Assistant to adjust the lights with scenes that you’ve set up in the Hue application.

For adjusting things such as colors on several lights or just having multiple rooms turn on at once, this is a very handy feature. It has appeared for some users, but doesn’t appear to be ready quite yet, though.

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https://9to5google.com/2018/03/26/google-assistant-native-support-philips-hue-scenes///cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js

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  1. Problem is Nathan Kraemer when I try to link GH to my philips hue acct it goes through the process, I see Google Registered in meethue.com account but Philips Hue still appears in Add new devices part if the list rather than. The linked services part. Worked perfectly before I reset home app/hub which I was informed was a requirement to get Recipes working, a replacement for shortcuts


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  2. I can no poner control my Hue lights via GH as, although my Hue account shows Google as linked the lights no longer show up in home control following a full hub reset/ Home app update.

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