You can now ask Google Assistant to play your YouTube Music playlists

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You can now ask Google Assistant to play your YouTube Music playlists

Despite being a fairly basic a priori function, the Google Assistant it was not able to play our custom YouTube Music playlists. Google had been working for some time to make this possible and, thanks to an update via server, all users will have this option available.

As usual in Google updates, it is being deployed through the server, so it may have reached you or you may have to wait a few hours or days. Be that as it may, the option is a reality: Google Assistant will already recognize your YouTube Music lists.

Google Assistant now gets along better with YouTube Music

Yt Music

As reported 9to5Google, the Google Assistant is being updated to start supporting YouTube Music playlists. To date, Google Assistant was capable of playing songs on this platform, but was not able to recognize the name of the lists for the songs to sound.

Simply ask the Assistant to play X (list name) for the songs to start playing

About two months after the trial period with this function, it is already available via the server. Playing lists will be quite comfortable, since it will not even be necessary to make it clear that it is a playlist. For example, if our list is called ‘Xataka’, it will suffice to tell it Ok Google, play Xataka.

It is a fairly simple but very comfortable function that users missed. As we have advanced, these types of updates are progressive, so it may take a few hours to activate for your device.

Via | 9to5Google


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You can now ask Google Assistant to play your YouTube Music playlists

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