Google is now rolling out Quick Phrases for the Google Assistant. These new phrases can be used to dismiss calls or alarms without reciting “Hey Google” every time. Once turned on, “Quick Phrases” can be used for the said use cases. For example, when an alarm goes off, you just have to say “Stop” or “Snooze” and the alarm will set according to the command.
As of now, the feature is slowly rolling out for the users, and the settings to turn it on will be available inside the Google Assistant settings. A piece of advice from Google, you may unintentionally pick the call if you or someone say “Answer”. Or it can happen with the alarm as well. And since Assistant isn’t perfect either, it may hear something as close to the word “Answer” and pick the call up.
Inside the settings of Quick Phrases, you will also find the list of commands as well. For example:
- Set alarms: “Set an alarm for 7 a.m.”
- Cancel alarms: “Cancel the alarm”
- Show alarms: “What time is my alarm set for?”
and many more.
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