Right off the bat, I’ll admit that I don’t own a dedicated personal digital assistant. That doesn’t mean that I’m not interested; I just don’t have a need right now. At least, one that I know of. That can always change.
If I’m within listening range, I can say “Hey, Google” and the Assistant comes to life on my phone. I would estimate that I use 1/1,000,000 of the possibilities that it offers. My needs typically are to ask questions. Like last night when Clint Black was on the ACM awards show, my wife wanted to know how old he was.
I could have started typing but it was just so much easier to ask my phone. I turned up the volume so that we could both hear the answer and then move back to watching the show.
The Google Assistant is certainly in a number of places.
But, what else can it do? Curiosity got the best of me so I went looking. A gold mine of ideas can be found here.
Not every option is available on every device, so this is helpful.
There’s lots to poke around with and to learn.
What’s your favourite use of the Google Assistant?
I’d really be interested is ways that people are using the Google Assistant in the classroom.