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Posted September 15, 2019 12:59:33 Google has unveiled a new feature in the upcoming version of its Google Assistant app that allows users to track the time of day they’re listening to or viewing, even when they’re not using it.
Users can add their own custom time and attendance system that can be set up to send a message to a specific person or set an event in progress.
The new feature is part of a series of new and improved ways that Google is introducing to help its assistants understand their users.
The company’s latest addition, for example, can help users navigate to their Google Assistant home screen by pointing them to the right page.
Users also can set up reminders for specific events, events or reminders.
Google says that users can set the reminders to send to specific people and that the reminders will appear on a separate page.
If the reminder isn’t sent to a specified person or event, the reminder will be automatically sent to the person or the event and Google will then be notified.
Google Assistant can also be configured to set reminders for particular days of the week, months or even the entire year.
The time and Attendance system is currently only available for use in the Google Assistant for Android app, but Google said in a blog post that it plans to add support for it in future versions of the Assistant.
Users will be able to add custom reminders in the future for events, calendars and events in progress, the company said.
The feature is a departure for Google, which has long relied on voice commands for tasks that have previously required users to speak commands to Google’s artificial intelligence, or AI, systems.
The feature can also help improve the speed at which Google Assistant can understand users’ intent, according to Google.
Users should note that Google Assistant doesn’t currently work for devices with Android 7.1.1 or later, but users with older versions of Android will be notified when they do.