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1. Some tasks are much faster with a voice command
At first it may have been easy to laugh at the Google assistant as one of those smart party tricks that is not all that useful in everyday life. Not so. The Google digital assistant gets smarter and more capable all the time. If you learn some of the most useful commands, you will spend less time going by and searching on your phone and instead you can get what you want.
While capabilities are changing all the time, several useful commands have bubbled up to the surface. Here are some impressive and time-saving voice guidance that will help you find information faster and offer occasional pleasure help
2. Check those flights
Although Google Feed does a good job of organizing the details of your trip, it is sometimes easier to get a response on a flight immediately. You can ask, “Check my flight ticket” or “Show me my flights” to get a summary of your upcoming itinerary. With this command and others (“show me my hotel reservations” is also helpful), pay attention to the suggestions that are at the bottom of the screen. There is often a useful tracking command that is the next logical step you would take. In this example, you can get directions or create a reminder about when to register for your flight. Check those flights
Even if you’re not a fan of Harry Potter, this trick is pretty cool. If you say, “Ok Google, Lumos!” Your phone will flash the flashlight. A large card appears on the screen allowing you to easily turn off the light. Alternatively, you can say, “Nox!” To banish the light. If screaming magic commands is a bit too youthful, can only say, “OK Google, turn on the flashlight” and get the same effect.
4. Search for specific photos
Let’s say you want to show some holiday photos or the last family photos. Instead of diving into your image catalog, you can tell Google exactly what you want to see. The Google Assistant can understand queries about specific people in Google Photos, such as places, specific objects, cities, tourist attractions (such as the Eiffel Tower) Dates and albums you have created. It is much quicker to say “Show me my Christmas photos from last year” than to browse all your images. As with other commands, the list of suggestions that follow the results will sometimes be useful if you want to see more images. Advanced Image Search
5. Find out what’s happening nearby
There are times when you know that you want to leave the house, but you are not sure what to do. Google might offer you some options. Commands like “what’s happening this weekend?” And “fun places to go near me” you may find a fun out of the path you had not heard yet. This is also worth a try when traveling as it can give you some quick comments on the happenings that happen in your guest city. Find out what’s happening nearby
6. Poems, riddles, and more
The Google Assistant isn’t all just work. There are a large number of time-killing performances it can put on. You an ask for a poem, riddle, play a game, get an interesting fact, or even just ask for random fun.I hadn’t really given this area much thought, feeling it was mostly one of those, “hey, look what we did!” features. But there might be value in exposing people to some of the finer pursuits like poetry, thoughtful quotes, or even a little-known fact. So instead of just getting lost on Twitter, give this a try next time you need a mental break. Poems, riddles, and more
7. Start streaming
There are times when you know exactly what you want to watch. So when you’re ready to launch a Stranger Things binge session, you can tell Google to do exactly that. Similar specificity can be performed with Spotify and Google Play Music playlists, albums, or titles in your Google Play Movies & TV catalogue. Sometimes I’ve found the program will start streaming right away, while other times it’ll take you to the product screen and you’ll still need to press play. Such is the inconsistency that happens at times when living in the future. Either way, it’s faster to say “OK Google, play Stranger Things on Netflix” than it is to find the app, open it, and find the show. Start streaming
8. Show me my emails
Unfortunately, you can not escape the daily email slog. If you just want to glimpse what you’ve been avoiding, you can ask the Google Assistant to show you the latest emails. You will get the most recent pair. Touch the arrow to see more or go to Gmail for the full summary. This can be a much faster method of taking a look at your email without opening Gmail and then getting lost as you scroll down with no end in sight. Show me my emails
9. Turns off a text message.
Whether you are driving or working hard at the computer, sending a quick text message is one of those features that is often best achieved by voice. It also works with other applications, such as Facebook Messenger. You may need to talk like someone from the 1920s dictating a telegram for question marks and periods to appear, but it is a faster way to send some quick thoughts. Once you’ve overcome the seeming extravagance of talking to your phone, you’ll see it’s a way to clear your head to send an important message without interrupting your workflow. Turns off a text message.
10. Gas, ATM and more
Gas stations, ATMs, coffee shops and grocery stores are some of the places that require a quick stop, especially when you are traveling. While Google Maps and other applications are great tools to find what you need, the fastest route may be by asking Google. The Google assistant glady obliges, giving you a direct answer and the address where you can fill it. This utility is also appreciated in the car, where you do not want to put yourself in danger by looking at your phone. Gas, ATM and more
11. Some short-term memory help
I am notorious for entering the hotel on a trip and totally blanking on my room number. I usually know the floor, but that does not help if you are in one of those great facilities with 20 floors and 30 rooms on each floor. The Google Assistant is very useful in situations like this. Short-term details such as the hotel room number, combination of bikes, the name of the contact you are interviewing (do not judge), can all be remembered and then remembered of the ubiquitous brain of Google. As seen in the screenshots, you can delete the information so that presumably Google will forget about it as well.