eWeLink is fully compatible with the Google Assistant now, allowing you to voice control your smart home devices on Google Home. You can tell Google Assistant to turn on or off your eWeLink devices, dim or brighten a light, change light color and much more. Just start with “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” and your Assistant is ready to help.

Google Home is a voice-activated speaker designed for hands-free help from Google. Enjoy music, get answers from Google, manage your everyday tasks, and control smart devices including eWeLink. Take control of your lighting without lifting a finger. Let's get started setting up and control Sonoff devices with Google Assistant.

Get started

First, download the eWeLink app for Android from Google Play or iOS from App Store and create an account. Add your Sonoff models to your eWeLink account.

Download the Google Home mobile app for Android or iOS and set up your Google Home device with your Google account before connecting with eWeLink.

Make sure voice command is in English(US/UK) or German.

How to connect Google Assistant with eWeLink?

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1. Launch Google Home app and tap the menu.

2. Verify that the Google account that is listed is the one you used to set up Google Home. To switch accounts, click the drop-down arrow to the right of the account name

3. Tap Home control.

4. Under Devices, tap the + icon in the bottom right.

5. Tap Smart We Link.

6.Enter your eWeLink account email address/phone number, those phone number accounts need to select the right country code. Enter your password and tap Log In.

7. After logging in successfully, it will display all the devices in your eWeLink account. Tap Done on the upper right.

8. Tap GOT IT.

9. In Home control, you'll see all those devices supported by Google Home voice control.

10. All done. Now let's get started to voice control the devices.

Add a new eWeLink device
After linking eWeLink with Google Home mobile app, it will automatically display all those supported devices. If you add some new devices to eWeLink later, the Google Home mobile app doesn't synchronize your new devices. You'll need to unlink “Smart We Link” and link again.

1. Enter Home control through the menu. Under Devices, tap the + icon in the bottom right. You'll see the linked "Smart We Link".

2. Click "Smart We Link", it will prompt Unlink account, tap it.

3. Tap UNLINK.

4. After unlinking successfully, you can find "Smart We Link" in Add New. Tap on it and repeat the linking process. It will synchronize the new devices to the list.


Set nicknames for the devices or assign them to rooms
You can set nick names for the eWeLink devices or assign your eWeLink devices to rooms.

1. Enter Home control through the menu. You'll see the Devices. Tap the exact device you want to set nickname or assign a room for.

2. Enter the device info. You can edit the nickname and assign it to a room.

3. Tap Fan, enter a new nickname, tap OK.

4. Tap Room. Select the name of the room you want to assign to. Then click <- to exit. Done.

How to control eWeLink devices with voice commands?
You'll need
First of all, make sure you have added Google Home supported device in your eWeLink account. Those products with a "Works with Google Home" logo in our official shop support to work with Google Home.

Make sure the names of your devices do not contain any special characters. You can use a standard name such as lamp, kitchen light, bedroom light.

1. Use your voice to control light holders, sockets and 1-4 gang switches
Here are some ways to talk with your Google Assistant on Google Home when controlling light holders, sockets or 1-4 switches.

To awake Google Home, just say "Ok Google" or “Hey Google", then..

To control 1 gang devices, just say:
Turn on/off the {device name}

For examples:
OK Google, turn on the bedroom light.
Hey Google, turn off the bedroom light.

To control more than 1 gang devices, like Sonoff Dual, Sonoff T1 (2-3 gang), Sonoff 4CH, Sonoff 4CH Pro (if you don't say the gang name, you/ll turn on/off all the gangs of the switch immediately), just say:
Turn on/off {device name}{gang name}

For example:
Hey Google, turn on dual switch light one.

To control Sonoff RF Bridge (if you don't say the button name, you'll turn on/off all the buttons of the RF Remote immediately):
Turn on/off {RF Remote name}{button name}

2. Use your voice to control dimming LED or dimming bulb
Here are some ways to talk with your Google Assistant on Google Home when controlling dimming lights, like Sonoff LED, Sonoff B1.

Turn on/off a light:
Hey Google, turn on {light name}
Hey Google, turn off {light name}

Change the color of a light:
Hey Google, turn {light name} green

Set a light brightness to a certain percentage:
Hey Google, set {light name} to 50%

Dim/Brighten a light:
Hey Google, dim {light name}
Hey Google, brighten {light name}

Dim/Brighten a light by a certain percentage:
Hey Google, dim {light name} by 50%
Hey Google, brighten {light name} by 50%

3. Use your voice to control a gang of devices
Turn on/off all the devices of the same type, like all the outlets, all the lights, all the switches, just say they type name.

For example, to turn on or off all the lights:
Hey Google, turn on all of the lights
Hey Google, turn off all of the lights

Turn on/off all the devices in the same room:
Hey Google, turn on lights in {room name}
Hey Google, turn off lights in {room name}

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