Ring celebrates Halloween by adding spooky Quick Replies to …

Ring Video Doorbells are one of the most popular in 2023, and to celebrate the spooky season, the company has launched three new quick replies to its catalog. All three of these are inspired by Halloween, making them a great way to prepare your smart home for trick-or-treaters.

Available on almost all Ring Video Doorbells (except the first generation), users will now get Werewolf Howl, Children Trick or Treating, and Witch Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble quick replies. These tunes will play for your visitors when they press your doorbell button, the perfect way to give a spooky welcome to your guests.

A Ring Video Doorbell next to Halloween decorations.
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Setting up your new quick reply is simple. After loading the Ring app, go to the main menu, then find equipment Section. From here, select the doorbell you want to set up, then press smart responses Tile. it will load prompt reply section, where you’ll be able to toggle on quick replies and choose which sound you want to play.

To coincide with the scary Quick Replies, Ring also released new chime tones, such as a strange door opening and an organ playing eerie music. If your chimes don’t support tunes, you can get them to play on your Echo smart speaker using the Alexa app (just find your doorbell, enter it). Adjustment Menu, and choose one of the new sounds).

Are you looking for other ways your smart home can send a scare this Halloween? Check out our detailed guide on how to throw a great Halloween party.






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