- This feature will help you to carry out various activities without saying the hotword ‘Hey Google’
- The feature is in the beta version
- There is no official confirmation about the Quick Phrases feature
Google Assistant is a very popular digital assistant and the same carry out various activities but there is a problem as you need to say ‘Hey Google’ or ‘OK Google’ to wake up the Google Assistant but now we got a new piece of information which suggests that the company is working on a new feature which will enable you to do various activities without waking up the Google Assistant with the hotword. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming feature.
It is reported that Google is working on a feature called Quick Phrases and the same spotted on the third generation of Google Pixel smartphone and the same was running on Android 12 beta. The new feature needs to be activated in the settings of the Google Assistant and once you enable the feature, the digital assistant will hear certain phrases depending on the situation.
The new feature will enable you to carry out various activities without saying ‘Hey Google’ or ‘OK Google’ as you can simply turn off alarm by saying stop without saying the hotword again and again and we are looking for an update on the same.
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