My Google Home knows me like a friend — maybe even better. It knows my favorite music, my grocery list and what my schedule looks like from now until eternity. But the one thing tying all these tidbits together is perhaps the most personal thing Google Home knows about me: the sound of my voice. Google Home uses what’s called Voice Match to recognize who’s speaking to it and to deliver personalized results, and if you’re not using it yet, you should — especially if you live with others.
Voice Match is a great way to access your personal information while still allowing other people in your household and guests to use Google Home, but the system isn’t perfect. That said, even though there are a couple of pitfalls you’ll want to avoid with