Google’s second-generation Nest Hub smart display uses Soli radar technology to monitor your sleep. It doesn’t use cameras to track you, and you don’t have to put anything on your body.
how to set it up.
- On your iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphone, open the Google Home app. Pick your second-generation Nest Hub from the list of devices.
- To access the Settings menu, tap the gear icon in the top-right corner.
- Next, select “Sleep Sensing.”
- There’s a chance Google will start charging a premium for sleep tracking in the future.
- Tap “Next” to proceed with setup.
- Select “Next” to continue.
- A second message will appear, explaining how sleep monitoring works with Google Fit and Google Assistant. Tap “Agree” if you’re cool with it.
- You’ll be asked if you want to log “sound occurrences” like coughing and snoring. Tap “Next” to activate this function.
- A message will appear once more, this time explaining how this feature works and what Google does with the data. If you’re okay with it, tap “Agree.”
- Google Fit will use your sleep tracking data to provide you with personalized sleep recommendations. If you’re interested in using this function, tap “Next.”
- You’ll be asked to “Agree” to the way it operates and where your data is used once more.
- If you haven’t already, the next screen will include a link to download the Google Fit app. To continue, tap “Next.”
- We can now build a sleep schedule. To enter your normal bedtime, tap “Bedtime,” and to enter your usual wake-up time, tap “Wake Time.” When you’re done, click “Next.”
- The remainder of the configuration will take place on the Nest Hub. To access the toolbar, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap the gear button.
- Then go to Settings and choose “Sleep Sensing.”
- To begin setting it to sense your sleeping area, tap “Calibrate.”
- You’ll be asked to lie down on top of the sheets in your normal sleeping spot and place once you’ve finished the tips. When you’re ready, tap “Start.”
- The Nest Hub will begin to calibrate itself to recognize your sleeping location.
- The Nest Hub will say “Sleep Sensing is Ready” when it’s done. To end, tap “Done.”
- From here, all you have to do is go to bed and sleep, and the Nest Hub will take care of the rest. On your home screen when you wake up in the morning, you’ll see a “Your Sleep” card.
- When you open this card, you’ll get a lot of details about how you slept that night…
- If you agreed to it during setup, you can also access this sleep data in the Google Fit app.
That’s it!It’s a fantastic tool.