The new feature will basically run a speed test on each device and inform the users which devices need to be kept within a closer router range for a stronger connection.
Globally, an average of 18 devices are connected on each "Google Wifi" network.
"With so many devices on your network, we want to make sure you have a way to know each device has the best connection possible, and that your home Wi-Fi is doing its job," Google's Product Manager, Alex King, wrote in a blogpost on Tuesday.
Google said that knowing Wi-Fi coverage is poor in an area of your home can help you pinpoint the exact bottleneck when you notice a connectivity slowdown.
"Then, you will know to move your Google Wifi point closer to that device or even move the device itself for a stronger connection," King said.
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