Google is extending its “Snapshot” feature in Assistant, including new updates and more proactive proposals for new exercises you might need to attempt.
The initial version of Snapshot demonstrated data like your every day commute time, upcoming timetable, reminders, upcoming flights, late online orders, and stock market updates.
Google is adding to that rundown with extra updates for things like forthcoming birthday celebrations or holidays, as well.
The updated Snapshot view will likewise extend its proposals — where the application would already recommend YouTube videos or Spotify songs, the updated version will utilize your current client information to offer new recipe thoughts, podcasts, or cafés to arrange from.
Those recommendations will update throughout your day, as well, much the same as the remainder of the Snapshot mode (so you won’t eat recipe proposals at supper time).
To make Snapshot more helpful, Google is adding another approach to get to it: presently, you can pull up the view whenever in the Assistant application by saying “Hey Google, show me my day,” notwithstanding hitting the Snapshot button inside the application. (The voice order highlight is just accessible for clients with English as their default language, yet it will turn out for additional languages later on.)
Ultimately, Google is adding birthday reminders to Assistant’s notification options. On the off chance that it’s one of your contacts’ birthday events, Assistant can send you an alert, carrying you directly to an activity card where you can easily call, text, or sing “a personalized birthday song.”
The new Google Assistant features are accessible now in the Assistant application on iOS and Android.