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To query the light status:
"Hey Google, is the <light> on/off?"

Set a light brightness to certain level:
"Hey Google, set <light> to 50%"

Dim a light:
"Hey Google, dim <light>"
"Hey Google, decrease <light>"

Brighten a light:
"Hey Google, brighten <light>"
"Hey Google, increase <light>"

To dim/brighten lights by a certain percentage:
"Hey Google, dim/brighten <light> by 50%"
"Hey Google, increase/decrease <light> by 50%"

Change the color of a light:
"Hey Google, set <light> to <color>”
"Hey Google, turn <light> <color>"

Change the color of a shade of white:
"Hey Google, make <light> <shade>"
The shade of white can be:
warm white, incandescent, soft white,white, daylight

To turn on/off all the lights:
"Hey Google, turn on/off all of the lights"

Other useful commands are the ones for turning all the lights in a room on/off and dimming them. Google Home users can set up the lights for this command by assigning (adding) them to a specific room. You can do that with the Google Home mobile app. In this case, the naming of these devices doesn’t matter, while the Room name of course does.

To turn on/off all lights in room/group:
"Hey Google, turn on/off <room> lights

To dim all lights in room/group:
"Hey Google, set <room> lights to 50%"

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