“Routines you can start late after command”

Google is coming up with a new capability for routines, and Google is already testing it with a small group of users. After giving a command that activates the routine, you can have Google perform the action on a deferred basis. You choose how long this delay should last.

deferred routines

Last year, Google officially released Google Assistant Actions in Dutch, and it helps users automate tasks in an easy way. For example, consider the Assistant’s “Hey Google Good morning” command. Google can then discuss the latest news in the morning, then share your agenda items for that day and tell you how long it will take you to get to work.

There are already a lot of possibilities regarding routine, but Google has a new feature in mind: Delay Start. This allows you to add a delay when setting up a routine, or the time between giving the command and Google actually performing the action. The minimum delay time is one minute.

Delayed start screenshot

At the moment, the feature is only being tested with a small group of users, and reddit user From the UK Already a screenshot. We don’t see the launch delay on our phones yet in the Google Assistant settings, and it’s not known when the feature will be available to everyone.

Smarthome Theme Week

In July, we held Smarthome theme week at Androidworld and then paid special attention to Assistant Actions. This article explains in detail the routines and what you can do with them. We also share four helpful practical actions that you’ll want to set up right away. What is your favorite routine and what do you think about the late start? Let us know in the comments at the bottom of this article.

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