How to turn Google Assistant into a powerful list-making machine

 

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I am really good at making list. My issue is the frustration of losing them or forgetting where I put them.  I spend time and effort in making all kinds of list,  but can’t locate them when I need them.  This sounds so ridiculous in print but it is a real issue for me as I have gotten older.  I have tried all kinds of techniques but so far the only thing that has worked is post-it notes and my phone.  The idea of a 4 hour work week would be awesome but that hasn’t happened in my life.  So I am always trying to find ways to save time and work more efficiently.  If you want to check this technique out you will find a link below.  It is pretty easy to do and only takes a few minutes to set up  You will learn how to keep a running daily list simply by speaking to your Google Assistant. The list could be about anything: project ideas, to-do-style tasks, or whatever else you would like the Assistant to log for you. You will be able to add to your list throughout the day — on any device with Google Assistant, use your phone, a Google Home, a Pixelbook, etc. — and at the end of the day, you’ll get a nicely organized email with all of that day’s spoken additions. The possibilities are endless.

Ready to get started?

In just a few minutes you will be able to teach your Google Assistant an incredibly useful trick.

Know any helpful tips, techniques, or the latest technology? Sharing is caring. Post them in the comments.

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