Google Assistant makes your life easier and simpler. The new leaked update could “Hey Google” feature, and controlling your devices may become a lot simpler with this update. It will allow users to customize quick phrases according to the rumors. This could be more useful for the Nest Hub Max to control your home. Here are the details about the new Google Assistant update.
Customize quick phrases thanks to the Google Assistant update
Google Assistant is a useful tool that you can use in your daily life with just the “Hey Google” phrase. However, according to the leaks, a new update will end the “Hey Google” feature. The new update may let you customize quick phrases in addition to Google’s Quick Phrases.
There are some quick phrases you can use while commanding Google Assistant:
- Show alarms: “What time is my alarm set for?”
- Send broadcasts: “Send a broadcast”
- Respond to calls: “Answer” & “Decline”
- Control volume: “Turn up the volume”
- Pause & resume music: “Pause the music”
- Skip tracks: “Skip this song”
- Pause & resume timers: “Pause the timer”
- Reset timers: “Reset the timer”
- Show timers: “How much time is left?”
- Reminders: “Create a reminder”
- Family notes: “Create a family note”
There are no certain details about how the feature will work, but the company already announced a warning, “There are a few rules to make sure these (quick phrases) work well, and you will be guided if there are any issues.” This warning means you will not have access to create any commands. However, we can still wait for the official update announcement for certain details.
Additionally, you can use this feature on the Google Pixel 6 and the Google Nest Hub Max, but the feature could be getting an upgrade in the next weeks, according to the leaks. With the Google Assistant update, Google is trying to imp, rove its AI in terms of each field, like phones, homes, and robots. The tech giant could also release this feature with the coming devices that will launch at the October event. You can reach the details about Google Assistant here.