Google Home can now handle three queries at once

Google Home can now handle three queries at once

Google Home can now handle three queries at once

Getting Google Assistant to do multiple things with one command has traditionally been a challenge. Google has not yet announced this feature officially, as the support page still says that it's limited to two commands only. Rather, users needed to say something like "turn off living room and turn off bedroom" to accomplish that task. Today, Google announced on Twitter that support for up to three simultaneous commands is rolling out to users in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia.

This particular feature is rolling out right now, but only for English speakers in the United States.

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However, Google promises that more languages will be supported in time. To use the feature just link different queries by saying "and" between commands. Also, the commands should be given in a way that Google Assistant is able to respond to on its own without asking a follow-up question. Most Google Home features roll out to users over a process of several weeks. Google Home previously understood multiple queries only if each of them was spoken as a complete command.

For Android Police, it was impossible to get Google Home to string together more than two commands - you just need to make sure that they are separated by the word "and".

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Adding a third request could save time for people who have a lot of smart home appliances controlled by their Google Home, according to CNET.

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