Assistant Routines has lately seen a flurry of innovations from Android home screen shortcuts to a new editing UI, and Google is also carrying out sunset/sunrise triggers for certain apps.
As part of a graphical update that cleans the development interface, there is a new way to start your routine.” “Sunrise/Sunset” joins the current “Voice command” option where you create a custom phrase and “Time.”
After selecting one you can pick a venue, as well as whether the Assistant Routine activates a particular event or an interval before/after that event. Users then decide which days to replicate and which computer to use. There is also a regular alternative to be alerted on your phone when it is invoked.
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In the past, users that wanted something similar could manually set a general time, but had to account for changes throughout the year. It can now be precisely and automatically tuned to the sun. This is especially useful for activating or turning off smart lighting across your home.
You can “Select a location” after picking one, as well as if the Assistant Routine activates the same event or any interval before/after it. Users then decide which days to replicate and which device to use. There is also a regular alternative to be alerted on your phone when it is triggered.
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