It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas. Or Kwanza. Or winter general. And if you̵
The Nest Hello themes are becoming an annual tradition, and Google introduced this year’s options over Halloween. But of course you don’t want spooky sounds anymore, so the themes have just been revamped.
🔔 Holiday Ringtones 🔔 are now available on all # NestHello video doorbells with five festive themes to choose from – 14 ringtones in total. Check out how to set them up for the #HolidaysAtHome: https://t.co/QwLZKTBjg0 pic.twitter.com/R3VT6O6eLB
– Created by Google (@madebygoogle) December 1, 2020
Now when you open the Nest app, you should see a prompt to update your ringtones. If not, you can follow How-To Geek’s handy guide to get to the call settings. Once you are in the right place, you can choose from Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter and New Year’s Eve. Each sends a different set of sounds to the Nest Hello doorbell for visitors to hear and any smart Google displays you have connected to your smart home setup.
You don’t have to use a festive theme, of course. If the Scrooge is strong in you, you can stick with the basic ding-dong sound. Bah nonsense. You will of course need a Nest Hello video doorbell to participate. And the themes disappear after the holidays. So enjoy it while it lasts.