Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google Assistant is now compatible with Google Keep and other note apps

Google Assistant is now compatible with Google Keep and other note apps

Here's what you need to know.

When Google Assistant launched back in 2016, it offered the ability to create lists in Google Keep.

A year ago, Google announced that you would soon be able to change the Notes and Lists option in Google Assistant to be a number of different apps, including Google Keep.

Google didn't limit the new list/note management feature to its own Keep app, either - it also works with Any.do, AnyList, and Bring. As you pull the jug of milk out of the fridge and realize it's a little light, just give a quick "Hey Google, add milk to my shopping list", and the little voice box on the kitchen counter will dutifully jot down that you need more milk. Google says that you will also be able to ask for historical notes and lists from connected services created before you connected to Assistant.

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Google assistant can help you assign reminders to your housemates and family.

This new notes and lists integration will be available across all of your Assistant-powered devices, including phones, smart speakers, and smart displays. It is a matter of time to make it appears on your device, so you just have to wait to use Google Assistant in this productive way.

These will be some of the new commands that you can indicate to be managed in Google Keep or in the notes service that you have configured. With this feature, you can ask your Google Assistant, "Hey Google, remind Corey to pick up eggnog from the store tomorrow". Today, Google says that they are giving it another shot.

When you ask the Assistant for podcasts about a certain topic, it'll suggest relevant episodes for you. You can also place Dunkin' Donuts orders - just what everyone was hoping for. Assistant will have the ability to create new lists and add items to it, as well as let you call up lists that were made prior to connecting it to Assistant - however, they won't show up in the provider's app.

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