Now you don't have to say 'okay Google' every time you speak to Google Assistant
The Continued Conversation feature would work by keeping Assistant active after an initial request, for which users would first have to enable it by going to the "Google Assistant" app settings, The Verge reported late on Thursday.
Staying true to its words, Google has just introduced a feature called "Continued Conversation" for Google Home, Home Mini and Home Max, which it announced at its I/O conference in May. This feature allows users to ask Assistant a question and then add a follow-up or a reminder without having to say, "OK Google," each time.
The feature would work by keeping Assistant active after an initial request, for which users would first have to enable it by going to the "Google Assistant" app settings, The Verge reported late on Thursday.
"An example of a conversation with the new feature could go something like: “Hey Google, what’s the weather like? ... and what about tomorrow? ... how is my commute? ... remind me to get coffee ... Thanks!”
"It’s a step in the right direction for having a truly seamless back-and-forth conversation between you and Google Assistant," said Verge report.
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Google made multiple major announcements related to the future of its Assistant at its developer conference earlier in May including information about the "Continued Conversation" feature that CEO Sundar Pichai mentioned, would be "available in the coming weeks."
The "Continued Conversation" feature started rolling out for English users in the US from Thursday, the report said.