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The Google Home button is supposed to let you control your Google accounts like you would in your Google+ account.

But the Home button will be exclusive to Facebook Messenger, and you can only interact with the Google Home app from the Messenger app.

In a blog post about the new Home feature, Google said:Google is rolling it out to users in the United States and Canada on Tuesday.

Facebook Messenger will be the first to get the feature.

Google will be rolling out the new home-button functionality in Messenger on a rolling basis across its various apps, including Google+, YouTube, Maps, Google+, Gmail, Hangouts, Google Photos, Hangout Plus, YouTube Gaming, Google Plus and Google Music.

You can learn more about Google’s plan to roll out the feature at this link.

Google says users can activate the Home feature by clicking the Google Plus home button or by going into the Messenger settings app.

You can also check the box to enable the feature by typing the phrase “Home.”

If you do want to use the Home option, you’ll need to set your Google account to be automatically enabled, which is a bit like changing your password.

For now, the new Google Home feature is only available to users with a Google account that has been set to be auto-enabled.

If you’re a Facebook Messenger user in the U.S., Canada or Europe, you can activate it by going to Settings on your Facebook Messenger account and tapping the Google+ Home button.

For users in Australia, the Home setting is accessible from the Facebook Messenger app, but there is no option for Facebook to automatically enable the new feature.

For those in other countries, you need to manually go into the settings on your Messenger account to enable it.

If your phone is currently running Android 4.2 or higher, you may need to upgrade to the latest version of Android to enable your Home feature.

If the Home action isn’t available on your phone, you should be able to access the Home options in your Messenger app by using the “home” option from the Google Messenger app or using the Google Assistant.

The new Home setting also has a few more tricks up its sleeve.

First, you now get an option to send an SMS message with the home button.

This is very useful if you have multiple people on your Home phone, but you’ll want to set up an SMS recipient before you send an unsolicited message.

The SMS recipient can then reply to the message in Messenger.

If a recipient on your other phone sees your message, they can then respond to it by typing their own reply.

Second, you have a “send to” option to help you get your messages out to your friends and family, but if you don’t want to send them to everyone on your network, you also get an “unsubscribe” option.

This can be useful if your friends are using Messenger but you don�t want to be associated with them.

Third, the “send now” button now allows you to send your messages to the recipient of your message and to dismiss them from your Messenger inbox.

Finally, you get an alert when you send your message to someone who hasn’t replied to your message yet.