You might be wondering how does Google Home call someone. Well, this is possible. If you have a Google account and have linked it to your Google Home, you can simply ask it to call a specific number. But this doesn’t work for non-Google users. When a call is placed, the caller ID shows up as unknown or “no caller ID.” This can be confusing for the person receiving the phone call. The good news is that you can link your Google Voice or Google Fi number to your Google Home account. However, Google has promised to resolve the issue by the end of the year.
To make the Google Home app work with your phone, you first need to link it to your Google account. You should also enable the feature for your contacts. This will make it easy for your Google Home to connect with your phone number. Once you’ve done this, you can choose who you want to call. If you’d rather call anonymously, you can use Project Fi. If you’d prefer to make calls through your personal number, you can also use Google Voice & Video.
Once you’ve linked the Google Account, you can use Google Home and Google Assistant to call others. You will need a Google Account for these, but they’re free. And you’ve probably already got a Google account. Unlike many other smart AI programs, Google Home doesn’t have the capacity to dial 911 on its own. This is due to limitations in voice-activated calling software. However, if you have an emergency, you should use Google Duo instead.