Google Assistant shortcuts can make your Home say anything

Google Assistant shortcuts can make your Home say anything


Back in May, Google Assistant added support for shortcuts, allowing you to say one thing and have Assistant perform another command. For example, I set "night" as a shortcut for starting ambient noise on my Google Home. But you can just as easily have fun with it, when combined with Assistant's 'repeat after me' command.


Here's how it works: when you make a shortcut, type 'repeat after me' in the command box, followed by whatever you want Assistant to say.

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