If we have in-house speakers or smart screens smart we have to teach the Wizard of Google to identify our voice to receive customized results, as reminders and favorite playlists, and this is done through Voice Match.
Until today, to teach the Wizard of Google to recognize our voice so we had to repeat several times your keyword “Ok Google”. This has now changed, to improve the accuracy now we ask you to say complete sentences.
When we set up Voice Match now we will have to say phrases like “Ok Google, set my playlist of workouts”. In total there will be to say four phrases for the Wizard to learn how to identify the much better our voice. Not like before, you just say “Ok Google” could confuse several members of a family, especially if borrabas your voice activity.
How to teach the Wizard to recognize your voice
If we want to go back to teaching the Wizard of Google to recognize our voice so we just have to go to the settings of Google, and in the section Wizard to go to Voice Match. There we have the option to go back to teaching the Wizard to identify our voice using the new phrases.
Soon you’ll be able to adjust the sensitivity
As was leaked yesterdayGoogle has also confirmed that during the next few weeks we will be able to adjust the sensitivity the speakers and screens smart to the keyword “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” to avoid activations wrong. This configuration is done via the application Google Home.
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