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Can I use Google Assistant to add another speaker when one is already playing?

  • 10 August 2021
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I have 3 Sonos speakers: Kitchen, Great Room (default), and Sunroom. When I start playing music through Google Home it defaults to Great Room. Can I use Google Assistant to turn off/on one of the other speakers?

 

I know that I can do this through the Sonos app but I’d like to be able to do it via voice.

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Best answer by Ken_Griffiths 10 August 2021, 22:51

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Not at this moment in time (sadly) the Google integration with Sonos doesn’t support Sonos ‘grouping’ via voice command. It is indirectly supported using the Amazon Alexa Assistant on Sonos  and their Alexa ‘Enabled’ Groups. So the hope by many is that Google/Sonos will do something similar, going forward, but neither company tend to share their development roadmap in advance (well, rarely), so it’s a case of fingers-x’d and waiting to see if this happens.