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Google Is Testing a New Assistant Feature Called Memory

Google Is Testing a New Assistant Feature Called Memory

According to the reports Google is testing a new Assistant feature called Memory. The new Assistant is a combination of a to-do list, a notes app, a reading list and a Pinterest-style collection board. Overall, memory will be a complete package into a single digital locker merged into the Google Assistant app. As per the revealed features, Google Memory is in testing for Google employees and will be launched soon globally. According to the sources, Memory can save a massive amount of content that includes articles, books, contacts, events, flights, pictures, movies or videos, music, places, products, recipes, calendars, hotels, shipments, TV shows or seasons and websites.

Although Google Assistant already has a storage or memory option for saving information, but the new merging of Memory appears to be a further upgrade to Assistant. As we all know, computers are better at mathematical problems than humans, but nobody knows will a computer forgets anything or not. Now, as a result, Google aims to capitalize on this problem and will be launching “Memory,” a new feature for Google Assistant.

Save And Find Anything on Memory:

The concept of Memory is simple that you’ll be able to save almost anything. With the help of Memory, you can save links or screenshots, pictures of objects and even handwritten notes. After saving content on Memory, it will then let you search, find and revisit everything. To store or save things to Memory, users can either use a Google Assistant command or a home screen shortcut. Once added to Memory, saved or stored items can be specified to find specific items.

Memory is still under testing, and Google hasn’t announced any date for when it’ll be launching. In a statement to a website, a Google spokesperson said that they’re constantly experimenting with new ways to improve the user experience. But they have no more details to share due to the policy. Once you have completed a portfolio of memories and all memories are lined up. By using memory you can use the search bar option to find all the single detail of information. You can also name memories as “Important” or “Read Later” so that you can easily find them again.

Unfortunately, right now, you can’t use Memory, as it’s still in the testing. We don’t even know when the feature will release to the users.

 

 

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