Quick sentences on the Nest Hub Max might omit “Hey Google.”

Quick Phrases, which initially appeared on the Pixel 6 in October of last year, are now accessible on the Nest Hub Max, allowing users to communicate with Assistant without using the Hey Google hotword.

In order to make Assistant interactions more natural, we originally reported and enabled this functionality just over a year ago. It was also announced at I/O 2022 in May for this summer. As long as Voice Match is enabled to authenticate you and Google Assistants first language is set to English, the capability allows you to specify pre-selected commands that don’t require the customary hotword beforehand (United States).

Open Google Assistant settings (Google app, Home, or voice command) and go down under Quick phrases to set-up, advises Rolling out today (h/t Droid-Life ). If you don’t use a Pixel, it’s a new menu, and first-party phones will get a “Other devices” tab.

There are eight Quick Phrases total, divided into four groups. According to Google, typical variants are acceptable:
Alarms
Place alarms: Time your alarm for 7 AM. Reset alarms: Turn off the alarm Info in general
How about asking what time it is? What’s the weather, you might ask? Lights
Turning on and off the lights Activate the lights Lighting up and dimming: Lower the lights. Timers
Timer-setting: Set a timer. Timer resets: Stop the timer.

Nest Hub Max Quick Phrases
Nest Hub Max Quick Phrases

While other members of your household can sign up and set-up from their accounts, you must individually add each Quick Phrase you desire. Your fast phrases will display any commands you’ve enabled, and you can delete them at any moment.

Quick Phrases, like Look and Talk, are only accessible on the Nest Hub Max, which recently began rolling out Fuchsia. The announcement coincides with the upcoming addition of a mute Quick Phrase for phone calls to the Pixel 6, 6 Pro, and 6a.

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