Accidentally, Google reveals its Assistant Guacamole feature

A new feature called 'Guacamole' will be updated to Google Assistant. Initially in a leak-user, a feature named guac was known, though users did not know how a digital helper might add it. We now know the Guacamole Assistant Feature allows users to easily perform tasks. These activities could include disabling the alarm, answering phone calls without providing "Hey Google" instructions.

Users had to wake up the assistant previously for any task with the statement "Hey Google." It was fun at first, but later it was really angry to utter the same words over and over again. We'll be relieved with this new version.

Accidentally, Google reveals its Assistant Guacamole feature

This feature is included in the "Guacamole" key assistant settings where "Skip saying Google Hey" for short tasks is posted. This means that a quick alarm can be stopped by saying "Stop" or "Snooze." It means that If a user wishes to accept an incoming request, he will easily say "Answer/decline the call," without saying "Hey Google."

The search engine Google internally tested this feature and did not reveal people, but it was done by accident. For Google's 12.5 update test app running Android 11, Guacamole can only land. Google kept this feature a secret but accidentally leaked the "Guacamole" description, i.e. "Quickly do stuff to Guacamole."
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