Following an update last November, Google Home users have been able to say two queries to the smart speaker, with Google Assistant understanding and responding to both command in succession.
At I/O this year, Google revealed plans to improve this feature, giving Google Home the ability to process to up to three queries, one after the other. This new feature, which is rolling out now to Google Home, is only available in Canada, U.S., U.K. and Australian English, according to Google.
This means that you should be able to ask Google Assistant via the Home to switch on your Google Cast connected television, flip on a set of Philips Hue lightbulbs, and finally, turn on your air conditioning via one of Toronto-based Ecobee’s smart thermostats.
Google’s official @madebyGoogle Twitter account posted about the new feature earlier today, but the tweet has since been deleted.
For what it’s worth, I’ve yet to test out Google Home’s new three query feature, though Google says it should soon be available on all supported devices.
Have you tested out Home’s new three query feature? Let us know in the comment section.