The Mountain View company Google always brings something new to make its user’s life easy, now the company has introduced a new feature in its smart speaker i.e. Google Home. This will now allow users to enable the ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode, which means you can able to mute your smartphone with a voice command to the smart speaker.
Thanks to the guys at the Android Police, has spotted that the Google digital assistant i.e. Google Assistant now got the ability to enable the Do Not Disturb mode on a smartphone which is linked to the Google Home via relevant voice command. If your smartphone is linked then you can ask the Google Home to “silence my phone” or “activate DND mode on my phone” to enable the Do Not Disturb mode.
And if you have multiple Google account for the Google Home then you need to you ask Google Home to mute the specify the device; for example, if you have multiple devices linked then you need to specify by asking “Hey Google’ ‘mute my OnePlus 6T‘. It is worth to mention that this feature is only available on the Google Home and it will not be available on other Google smart speakers like Google Home Mini. We hope that the developers of the company will implement the same on other smart speakers as well.
That’s not all, Android Police also reports that the Assistant powered Google Home will now change its behavior by stopping talking every single step of a routine. Before this change, the Google Assistant speak about every step of a routine that was in progress. But now, individual steps in a pre-specified routine are not accompanied by a vocal cue every time a routine is executed.