Whether you need your kids to get their homework done or if it’s just dinner time, Google Wi-Fi has a feature that lets you “pause” the internet on their devices. Here’s how to set it up.
This feature doesn’t pause internet access for your Google Wi-Fi network, just certain devices that you specify. You can even create groups of devices and pause all of them at once with a single tap, as well as create automatic resume times.
Start by opening up the Google Wi-Fi app on your phone and tap on the tab with the settings gear icon and three other circles.
Tap on “Family Wi-Fi”.
Tap on “Setup” at the bottom on the next screen.
From here, you can either tap “Next” to create a group of devices to pause all at once, or hit “Skip” to skip over the group-creating process and pause devices one-by-one.
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