+ Friday August 23rd, 2019

Google is working through their list of announcements from Google I/O last month, launching features like the ability to string together multiple queries in one action on Google Home.

Announced via Twitter, this is similar to what Google launched last November, allowing you to string commands together but this lets you string multiple queries together. The feature uses the connecting command ‘And’ to connect questions which are either contextually or factually linked.

The feature is apparently now live for up you to three queries strung together for users in English language in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia – but my trials haven’t been successful. It’s pretty rare for Google to launch this so broadly in one hit, so try it out for yourself and see how you go.

Source: Android Police.

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