• Google Assistant Continued Conversations: protect your privacy

    4 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Talking with smart assistants doesn't always feel like you talking to someone smart, which probably can be a bit forgiven considering we're really talking with bots. The experience of dealing with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple Siri, among others, almost feels like talking to someone over a walkie-talkie. Google's new Continued Conversations feature does make it feel more natural...
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  • ‘Continued Conversation' Feature Hits Google Home Devices

    ‘Continued Conversation' Feature Hits Google Home Devices

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    At this year's Google I/O, the company talked quite a bit about Google Assistant , and “Continued Conversation” was one of Google's main announcements... well, that feature has just started to roll out. Google has announced that the feature is not available on the Google Home, Google Home Mini, and the Google Home Max smart speakers. The “Continued Conversation” feature will basically let you have a more natural conversation with Google Assistant without having to repeat the “Hey Google” phrase every time you have a question to ask it, or you want to communicate in general.
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  • Google is rolling out ‘continued conversation' for Assistant

    4 monthes ago - By The Mobile Indian

    Once turned on, the setting will apply to all of your Google Home Speakers that are linked to your account meaning Google Assistant on any of these devices will stay active for eight seconds after completion of a previous action, during which users will be able to speak to the Assistant without saying "Hey/OK Google".
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  • Google Assistant's Continued Conversations feature makes voice commands less awkward

    Google Assistant's Continued Conversations feature makes voice commands less awkward

    4 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    As it promised at its I/O Conference last month, Google has now enabled Continued Conversations in its voice-activated Assistant, so you don't have to invoke it with a ‘Hey Google' for every new command. That should make Google's app and smart speakers a little less awkward to use, especially when you've got company around. It should also streamline the process of adding reminders to your schedule and items to your shopping list. The company says you can now ask, “Hey Google, what's the weather today?”... “And what about tomorrow?”... “Can you add a rain jacket to my shopping list”...
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