Google Home: 5 questions you never knew you could ask
Almost anyone thought that pops into your head could be turned into Google Home ($ 99 at Walmart) Trick. Need some numbers and too lazy to find your phone? Google Home can count this Fast way. Not sure how to spell a word? Google Home knows how. The list of problems you can solve with Google Home is almost endless like Google’s search results.
After acquiring the basics – playing music, Weather check, playing games – It’s time to expand your repertoire. Here are some of the best-known questions and orders you can ask from Google Home:
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Restaurant reservations are surprisingly easy
just say, “Okay, Google, reserve a table for two at Spago tonight for 7pm.” Google Home will then go to you through booking a reservation. It is not a complete mess. You may be asked about the information already provided (“How many are there in your party?”) But it is still remarkable – surprisingly – easy to do. At least this open table reservation service is much simpler than navigating the site, filling in web forms, and clicking through drop-down menus.
Here is a trick to set the volume how you want it
It’s not a question, okay, but it’s a solution to a problem you wouldn’t even know you had. You can set the volume by saying the number from 1 to 10: “Hey, Google, set to volume 5” for example.
But the volume on the Google Home speaker is actually higher than the 10. Settings are a matter of fact. This means that if 5 is too loud but 4 is too quiet, you can tell Google Home “Set the volume to 4.5” or “Fold volume up to 45%” (Either gets you the same result). You will never hear a round-number volume again.