Activate These Holiday Features on Your Ring Video Doorbell

There are so many fun ways to ring in the holidays. Tech lovers looking to find ways to use their smart home products will love the way one doorbell is celebrating the season.

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There are so many fun ways to ring in the holidays. Tech lovers looking to find ways to use their smart home products will love the way one doorbell is celebrating the season.

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“Ring” in the holidays with Ring doorbell Christmas chimes! Whether you’ve been looking for a reason to buy the Ring Video Doorbell or are already the proud owner of one, did you know that you can keep an eye on what’s happening around your front door, as well as use it to create a more festive environment?

Maybe you’ll be able to add to this collection of the strangest things caught by Ring doorbells.

Keep your package deliveries safe and your guests entertained while switching up the normal chime of your doorbell by activating a variety of holiday sounds to “tech the halls” this season. Available now, you can choose from these Christmas and Hanukkah chimes:

  • “Deck the Halls”
  • “Elves”
  • “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”
  • “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing”
  • “Ho Ho Ho!”
  • “Jingle Bells 1”
  • “Jingle Bells 2”
  • “Silent Night”
  • “Sleigh Bells”
  • “I Have a Little Dreidel”
  • “Ma’oz Tzur”
  • “Oh Hanukkah”

Complement your Ring doorbell Christmas chimes with some festive holiday print faceplates. Now available, Ring has three new decorative faceplates to choose from: a navy blue faceplate with Christmas lights in the background, a blue faceplate covered with snowflakes, and a red faceplate decorated with ornaments, trees and candy canes.

If you’re tired of the same old Christmas decorations, here are some fresh ideas.

Ready to download your Ring doorbell Christmas chimes? Simply open the Ring app to download and save the file, listed under audio settings for the device to which you’d like to connect. If you don’t have a Chime or Chime Pro for you to hear within the home, you can still have the chimes make sounds from your Ring doorbell for guests to hear. You can do this by setting your Ring notification tone on your smartphone. Find instructions on how to change your Ring alert tones here.

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Alexa Erickson
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