Google wants its AI-enabled language assistant to spread across all areas of technology. As of today, Google Assistant is available in a variety of smart speakers ̵
As Google Assistant becomes more and more ubiquitous, the search giant is working to expand its capabilities. With Google Assistant, you can set timers, control lights and thermostats, play quizzes, watchand more – all with simple voice commands. As the list grows, remembering all the features of Google Assistant can be difficult.
Google has released. While this is an extremely helpful website, you should still have some idea of what you want to do first to get the most out of Google Assistant. Then you can search the site to narrow down your options. Therefore, we have done our best to assemble and test everything we can think of. Below is the (almost) complete list of Google Assistant voice commands.
You and up to six family members can train Google Home to recognize your voice. The. So be careful before you allow Google to use your voice to review purchases. Otherwise, Google may tailor certain responses based on the conversation partner. For example, ask for your calendar or commute, and Google will give you an individual answer.
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Make your Google Home sound unique by using the default voice for answers. They now have some options, including a. Ask your Google Account to "speak like a legend," and John Legend answers a series of questions, including a few easter eggs he sings with. Here are some things you can ask John Legend:
- "Serenade me"
- "Sing me a song"
- "Are you John Legend?"
- "Do you know Chrissy Teigen?"
- "How are you?"
- "Sing Happy Birthday"
- "Tell me a joke."
- "Who is your star swarm?"
- "What's your favorite song?"
- "What's your best login line?"
- "Compliments to me."
Even better, different family members can set different voices. Using speech recognition, Google Home will turn on the fly, depending on who is speaking.
On the Google homepage, you can ask a series of questions that are related. For example, you could say, "Hey, google, play 'Lose Yourself to Dance." Http://www.cnet.com/ "Then," OK, Google, which album is that? " Then "Hey, google, play this album." Even if you do not use the name of the album, Google Assistant understands the context and provides the answer.
Last year, Google added an optional feature calledWhen you speak a command with a Google Start speaker, the action completes and you will hear a different command for a few seconds, or until you say "Thank you."
For example, can you say "OK, Google, what's the weather like?" After the weather tells you, say, "What about tomorrow?" Then you could say, "Remind me to bring an umbrella tomorrow morning" without having to repeat the wake-up. You can disable this feature in the Google Home app if you do not want the microphone to stay active.
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Google recently activated a new feature in Google Home that allows you to speakin one sentence. For example, you can say, "Hey Google, play hammock on Spotify and set the volume to 10" or "OK google, what's the weather and turn on the living room lights."
Almost any of the above commands can be used together, but some commands only work if they are formulated in a specific way. An undoubtedly easier way to let Google Home perform multiple actions at the same time is to create a routine.
Similar to Alexathat can be triggered with a custom phrase or custom schedule. In short, you can create a routine that turns off the light in the house, closes the front door, adjusts the temperature, and plays soothing music when you say, "OK, Google, good night."
Or you have a routine that runs every morning on a schedule as an alarm that plays the news, turns on the lights,and creates a timer to let you know when it's time is to go to the house.
If you live in a multilingual home, Google has also made it possible for Google Home spokespersons. You can currently select a combination of two of the currently supported languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese.
After setup, Google Home can immediately respond in a different language based on the language in which you originally spoke the command.
- Ask for help: "OK, google, help."
- Control the volume: "OK, Google, turn it on" http://www.cnet.com/ "OK, Google, Louder" or "OK, Google, Turn it to 11" (Yes, the maximum number is 11.)
- Pause an action: "OK, Google, Stop", http://www.cnet.com/ "Pause" or "Be quiet".
- Listen to your daily briefing: "OK, Google, tell me about my day" or "OK, Google, good morning". (This includes a personalized greeting, weather, traffic, reminders, calendar entries, flight status, and curated messages.)
- Weather: "OK, Google, what's the weather today?" or "OK, google, do I need an umbrella today?"
- Showing Weather on Chromecast (55 USD on eBay) : "OK, Google, show me the weather on [Chromecast name]."  Traffic: "OK, google, how is the traffic?"
- Create a reminder: "OK, Google, remember Every command you can give Google Home and Google Assistant right now on [day] and [time]" or "OK, Google, remember Every command you can give Google Home and Google Assistant right now every day at [time]."
- News: "Ok Google, what are the latest news from CNET?" Or "OK Google, what are the news?".
- Receive a positive message: "OK Google, tell me something good."
- Create a reminder based on the location: "OK, Google, remember to water the plants when I get home" or "Hey, google, remember to buy eggs when I'm in the grocery store am. "
- Playing Reminders: "OK, Google, what are my memories?" or "OK, google, what do I remember tomorrow?" or "OK, what's my reminder about [Title]?"
- Delete reminders: "OK, Google, delete my reminders for tomorrow" or "OK, Google, delete my reminder of Every command you can give Google Home and Google Assistant right now" or "OK, Google , delete all my memories. "
- Check the notifications:" OK, google, what's going on? " or "OK, Google, what are my notifications?"
- Create a new calendar event: "OK, Google, New Calendar Event" or "OK, Google Add to My Calendar [event]" or "OK, Google, Schedule" [event] for me on Saturday at 8pm.
- List next calendar event: "OK, google, what's next on my calendar" or "what / where / when is my next meeting?"
- Calendar events for one day: "OK, Google, list all events for January 1st" http://www.cnet.com/ "OK, Google, what's on my agenda today?" Or "OK , Google, what's Friday on my calendar? "
- Math:" OK, Google, what's 354 times 11? "Or" OK, Google, 546 plus 406? "
- Quantity:" OK, Google, count to 20. "
- Dimensions:" OK, Google, how many liters are in 4 gallons. "
- Roll a dice:" OK, Google, throw a dice "or" OK, google, Throw a 12-sided dice. "
- Throw a coin:" OK, Google, throw a coin. "
- Random number:" OK, Google, give me a random number between five and 50. "
- Currency conversion: "OK, google, how much is $ 100 in dollars?
- Time: "OK, google, what time is it?
- Time elsewhere: "OK, google, what time is it in London? "
- Alarm:" OK, google, set alarm for [time] "or" OK, Google, set an alarm for every day on [time]. "
- Snooze alert:" OK, google, snooze alarm. "
- Cancel alarm:" OK, Google, cancel my alarm for [time]. " Timer:" OK Google, set a timer for [time]. "
- Several timers:" OK Google, set a second timer for [time] "or" OK Google, set a pizza timer for [time]. "
- Timer check:" OK, google, how much time is left on my timer? "
- Cancel timer:" OK, Google, cancel my timer.
Note:You do not need to use the activation words when the alarm sounds.
- Recipes: "OK , Google, how do I do [dish]? "
- Uber:" OK, Google, order an Uber. "
- Vote for an instrument:" OK, google, tune my instrument "or" OK, google, play a fis. "(If you do not specify" flat "or" sharp ", you must say" note "after specifying which note to play in Google Home, for example," playing A-note. ")
- : "OK, Google, remember I put my passport in the file cabinet" or "Remember my password? Money & # 39; is. "
- Recalling Remembered Things:" OK, Google, Where's My Pass? "or" What's My Password? "
- Location:" OK, Google, where am I? "
- Translations: "OK, Google, how do you say [word] in [language]?" 19659058] Find
- Stocks: "OK, Google, how's the alphabet stock?"
- Words: "OK, google What does [word] mean? "
- Spelling:" OK, google, spell [word].
- Special Events: "OK, Google, when is [event]? "(Easter for example.)
- People:" OK, Google, who is [person]? "
- Facts:" OK, Google, how big is [person]? "
- Things:" OK, Google, what is [thing]? "
- Places:" OK, Google, in which country is [location]? "
- Animal sounds:" OK, Google, what does [animal] sound like?  Removal: "OK, Google, how far is [business name] from here?"
- Restaurants: "OK, Google, which restaurants are closest to me?"
- Company: "OK, google, out there which ones [business type] around here? "
- Business Information:" OK, Google, What time is [business] open? "or" Is [business] now open? "
- Quotes:" OK, google, give me a quote "or" OK, google, give me a love quote. "
- Medical information:" OK, google, what is a meniscus torn? "
- calories:" OK, Google, how many calories are in [food item]? "
- Authors:" OK, Google, who wrote [book title]?
- Inventor: "OK, Google, who invented [item]?
- Language Purchase Instructions: "OK, google, how do I shop? "
- Order on Google Express:" OK, Google, buy dish soap. "
- Reorder a previously purchased item:" OK, google, reorder Old Spice Deodorant. "
- Put on the shopping list:" OK, google, [item] put on my shopping list.
- Shopping Check List: "OK, google, what's on my shopping list?"
- Track Orders: "OK, google, where's my package?"
- Listen to music : "OK, google, play some music" or "play some [genre] music.
- Play ambient noise: "OK, G oogle, help me relax" or "OK, google, play white noise" or "OK, google play forest noise."
- Play an artist or a song: " OK, google, play [artist] or games [19459141″]. "
- Play a song for lyrics:" OK, google, play the song, that's: "Is that the real life? "Http://www.cnet.com/"
- Play a Google Play playlist or album: "OK, google, play indie music" or "OK, google, play [album]."
- Ask what's up: "OK, Google, what song is that?" or "OK, google, what?" album is this?
- More information: "OK, Google, when did this album come out?
- Fast forward and rewind: "OK, Google, jump forward for two minutes" or "OK, google, skip" 30 seconds back. "
- Setting a sleep timer:" OK, google, stop in 20 Minutes. "
- Play music on Spotify:" OK, google, play music on Spotify [artist]. "
- Play music on Pandora:" OK, Google, play [artist] on Pandora. "
- Like or dislike a song on Pandora: "OK, Google, does not like this song."
- Play music on YouTube Music: "OK, google, play [artist] on YouTube."
- Listen to TuneIn: "OK, Google, play [station] on TuneIn."
- Lists on YouTube: "OK, Google, let's see what's hot on YouTube at [TV name]."
- Play a movie or TV show on Netflix with Chromecast: "OK, Google, play [show or movie title] on [TV name]. "
- :" OK, Google, read my book "or" OK, google, read [book title]. "
- Jump audiobook chapter: "OK, Google, next / previous chapter"  Check time remaining in audiobook: "OK, Google, how much time is left?"
- Find audiobook: "OK, Google, who wrote that?"
- Accelerate audiobooks and podcast playback: "Hey Google, play at twice the speed."
- Ambient sound: "Ok, Google, play ambient noise"