How to Use Google Assistant Snapshot: Two years ago, Google introduced Google Assistant Snapshot, a new way to stay on top of your day with Google Assistant. Now, adding a few updates to make Snapshot more helpful, and proactive, in keeping you ahead of your upcoming tasks while also providing you with recommended activities and more, all in one place on Android or iOS devices.
How to Use Google Assistant Snapshot: To make it easier to launch, Google introduced a new voice command to open it — “Hey Google, show me my day”. You can use this command once you open the Google Assistant. However, for now, this functionality is only available for those using English as their default language. In the coming months, this command will be rolled out for other languages as well. Earlier, you had to tap on the icon on the bottom left corner to access Snapshot.
Google Assistant Snapshot new update: The summary of other important tasks will also be visible including reminders for upcoming birthdays and holidays. The snapshot will also let you tap on the birthday notification followed by the action you want to take which can be calling, texting, or even singing the birthday song.
Availability: Google Assistant Snapshot will work on both Android and iOS devices.
Your snapshot will also change cards depending on the time of the day and your chats with GoogleAssistant. For example, in the morning it will show you your commute, weather, top headlines, and the tasks for the day. On the other hand, it can show your nearest restaurants if you ask Google Assistant about that more often. It will also keep a track of what kind of podcasts you listen to, videos you watch to offer you customized recommendations. There is a Covid-19 alert card available as well to keep you updated with the pandemic-related news.