Chrome OS has a hidden feature that lets you use Google Assistant on your Chromebook. It is an experimental feature on the Flags page. When enabled, you can use Google Assistant right from your desktop.
If you enable some of
chrome: // flags you can use experimental features that have not been tested on all devices and may behave badly. Although the wizard is enabled, some errors may occur along the way. So be careful when playing with some of these flags.
To activate the Google Assistant
Start Chrome, insert
Chrome: // flags / # enable-native-google-assistant into the omnibox and hit enter go directly to the Google Assistant flag.
Note: Google Assistant is not available on all devices, although activation is planned on all Chromebooks with the release of Chrome Version 77. If the marker does not appear, make sure you're running the latest version of Chrome OS. Update your system (and then return to the flags page.)
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Click the drop-down box next to " Enable Google Assistant "Click" Enabled "and then" Enabled. "
Well, f For the changes to take effect, you need Chrome OS To restart, click the blue "Restart Now" button at the bottom of the Flags page.
Once your device has been restarted, you can use the wizard Press "Find + A" to open the wizard overlay on your device, and then type a message in the text box provided. When you say "Ok Google," go to Settings> Google Assistant, or enter
chrome: // settings / googleAssista nt into the omnibox to display the settings for the wizard. Here you can further configure the wizard. For now, select "Always On" from the drop-down menu next to "Ok Google".
On Choosing "On (Recommended)" saves energy. OK Google is only enabled if your device is connected to a power source. A window opens, prompting you to turn on voice and audio activity for the full wizard experience. Click on "power on".
Proceed to the rest of the pages to set up the full wizard experience, and then click Done to close the window.
That's all! After leaving the widow, Google Assistant is ready to answer the voice-activated hot-word "Ok Google."