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You will no longer have to say ‘Hey Google’ to silence Google Assistant

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  • This feature will work on smart display and smart speaker
  • A similar service is rolling out on Google Pixel 6
  • The feature will work even if Continuous Conversation is not enabled

This feature has been rolled out by Google Assistant on Smart Display and Smart Speaker.

This feature will work on smart display and smart speaker

Google Assistant has made the life of the users easy. This technique of searching by voice saves people from tiring their fingers. Whether you want to know the weather condition or the details of the movie in the nearest cinema hall, everything from finding your favorite song to shopping is possible. Google has been working on making this technology easier for some time now. Under this, some tasks are completed even without saying “Hey Google”. For example, to pick up a call, just saying “answer” works, and to stop the alarm, “stop” has to be said. This feature is also being extended to Smart Display and Smart Speaker by Google Assistant. That is, if you have a smart home display or speaker that supports Google Assistant, you can complete many tasks without saying “Hey Google”.

A similar service is rolling out on Google Pixel 6

There are reports that a similar service is starting on Google Pixel 6 through Google Assistant. It is expected that soon this service will be available on other Android smartphones, tablets, and other gadgets as well.
If the Google Assistant is talking too much, it can still be silenced by saying “stop”. There won’t be any hotword needed. This feature will work even if you haven’t enabled Continuous Conversation.

The feature will work even if Continuous Conversation is not enabled

This feature will be especially beneficial when the user accidentally turns on Google Assistant. It can be stopped there just by saying “stop”. If the answer to the user’s question is too long and the user does not want to listen to it, then this feature can be taken advantage of by saying “stop”. Google’s answers are often long when it comes to knowing about the weather etc.

Google has not yet told whether this function works by saying “stop” in languages ​​other than English. However, it is understandable that this feature of Quick Phrases is still in its early stages. By the way, it can be expected that this service of Google will soon come to other languages ​​as well because of a large population of the world talks in the local language with Google Assistant.

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