Google has announced a new Guest Mode for privacy. In this mode, the Google Assistant won’t save your search and command history. Read more to find How To Use Guest Mode for Google Assistant For Privacy
Google has announced several new privacy features for Google Assistant on Android devices. This includes a new Guest mode.
How To Use Guest Mode for Google Assistant For Privacy
The new Guest Mode for Google Assistant can be easily enables with the help of a command. All you have to do is say, “Hey Google, turn on guest mode.”
This mode will remain on until you turn it off. When its active, whatever commands you give won’t be saved in the history of commands.
Alternativley, you can simply make the assistant delete the last command by saying “Hey Google, that wasn’t for you”, or “Hey Google, delete everything I said to you last week.”
Note: While in guest mode, the search results shown for your query, won’t be personalized. The Guest mode can be disabled the same way you enabled it.
The new Guest Mode will reach users in the coming weeks during a limited roll out (to smart speakers and displays). The feature will expand more broadly starting next year.
Google Assistant is a heart tool for Android users. It allows you to use voice commands to call someone, send a message, or open an app, and more.
Along with the new Guest mode, the search engine giant has added critical Security Alerts within Google Apps.
Google has refreshed the Safety Centre where you can see all security related information for your account in one place.
The search engine giant is also edesigning the Critical alert notification for your account where the new notification will be more visible.
“When we detect a serious Google Account security issue, we’ll automatically display an alert within the Google app you’re using and help you address it—no need to check email or your phone’s alerts. The new alerts are resistant to spoofing, so you can always be sure they’re coming from us.”, Google explains in the blog post.
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