As we all know that Google Assistant is very helpful to us and simplifies many tasks for us just by saying “Hey Google”. Google Assistant, which is developed by Google, was launched in May 2016 and was a hit among Android users. Many tasks like setting an alarm, remainder, making a call, and also having some fun like jokes, games, etc.
Google has been developing the google assistant and introducing many features like “What’s on the screen”, which gives you information about anything that is present on your screen. To give a command to Google Assistant, we have to use “Hey Google” or “Ok Google” and then speak up the main command. A recent report states that Google has been testing a feature that gives the user the power to give commands without saying Hey Google at first. The feature is named “Guacamole” and is still in the experiment; It’s not available to users until it is officially released by Google. Only the employees who are testing it can have access to it, and others can’t toggle it on.
The feature can enable the user to say things like Stop, Set for an alarm to be stopped or to set a reminder, It can also be used when the user gets a call, and he can respond by saying Accept or Reject. According to the reports, many users can see the feature that says “skip saying Hey Google,” but they are not able to switch it on as of now. This feature is already present in the devices like Google Nest and Google Home, in which users can directly say stop or snooze to the alarm, cancel timers, etc. We have to wait for Google to confirm the feature and release it.