About Google Home:
Google Home is an internet connected cylindrical smart speaker device which is developed by Google as a part of its “made by Google” product line. This speaker can be turned on automatically by just your voice and is having a feature of talking to you with the help of Google Assistant.
This product is standing as a rival to Amazon Echo regarding its features and working.
In a recent event held in San Francisco, Google unveiled that Google Home is capable of playing music on request by streaming Google Play Music, YouTube, iHeartRadio, etc. Not only in the aspects of playing music but Google Home stands out of the crowd with its appalling feature of Home Automation.
Keep losing or misplacing your stuff like important documents, keys, other items? Here a smart choice, just tells Google Home to remember where you have put them.
If you consistently find yourself misplacing things and not finding them at the time when you need them the most then this article is for you.
Stuff like mobile phones which have internet connection can be discovered by asking Alexa to find it for you. But other items like your relevant documents, spare keys, etc. which don’t have internet connection can be discovered with the help of Google Home. So worry no more, Google Home is capable of remembering where you kept your passport, keys and other files.
How to Use Google Home to Remember where you put all your Stuff?
All you need to do is just tell Google Home where you kept them.
OK Google, remember everything
The feature is very simple to use. Google Home “remember” feature is worth using. The “remember” feature works smartly in home automation.
This feature plays a vital role for remembering something about specific items which are critical to us, and we need it on a specific occasion and at a particular time. It remembers things like “what this object is” or “where you put it.”
All you need to do is just tell Google Home where you have kept the object. Afterward when you need that particular item, just ask Google Home where you have kept it, and it will answer you. The simpler you make commands to it, the easier it will be for you to recall later on.
We explain you by taking an example. For instance let us assume that when you are going to put your headphones in the left drawer of your cabinet, you just need to tell Google Home by mere speaking:
“OK Google, remember that I put my headphones in the left drawer of my cabinet.“
Or let us say you want Google Home to remember other stuff like your documents such as resume file, passport photographs, jewelry, etc. all you need to do is give commands like:
“OK Google, remember that I put my resume file behind my bed in the box.“
“OK Google, remember that I put my passport photographs in the top dresser drawer.”
You can also ask Google home to remember passwords for your accounts or cards. For this purpose, commands that you need to say is:
“OK Google, remember that my password for LinkedIn is @12712@.”
So you can see that asking Google Home to remember things is pretty simple.
Recalling remembered items
The next thing is when the time comes; you need to remember where you have put your stuff. For this, just ask Google Home where the item is, Or whatever you said about it.
For example when you are in need of headphones and unable to find it, just say:
“Ok Google, where are my headphones?“
Or you want to sign in into your LinkedIn account and unable to memorize the password, say something like:
“OK Google, what is my LinkedIn password?”
At times, using Google Home can be a tricky part. You need to pay attention to the way you place your commands to Google Home.
If you want to recall about everything that you have asked Google Home to remember just make a simple command:
“OK Google, what did I tell you to remember?“
Deleting/ Forgetting forgotten items
In case you want Google Home to forget about some information, for example, deleting the reminder you asked Google Home to remind or deleting the password for your account you can say:
“OK Google, forget what I told you about my LinkedIn password.“
This feature proves to be best for the items you’re putting away for the extended period of times. So Google Home has given a smart way to remember all the stuff we have kept in our home.