The process to set an Alarm using your Google Assistant is super straightforward, however, there are several ways you can use the alarm function. You can set it day by day for peace of mind, or you can set up a regular alarm for work/schooldays.
Some interesting set an alarm functions your Google Assistant can perform
You have to say, “Hey Google, set an alarm for 6.15 tomorrow evening” for a one-time alarm, then the Assistant will confirm the time with you. You have the ability to name alarms e.g., “Hey Google, set an alarm for 9 am, named take your bike for the service”.
If you have a Google Home device that has a display, you can get a visual of what alarms are set by you. For that, you have to say, “Hey Google, show me my alarms.”
You can also say, “Hey Google, cancel my alarm for 6.30” or “Hey Google, cancel all my alarms” if you happened to have a change of heart.
If you want to set up regular alarms, you have to say, “Hey Google, set an alarm for 7.30 am every day” or sometime else, then the Assistant will repeat back to you the recurring alarm. To check what you have coming up you can ask “Hey Google, what alarms are set?”
If you are still feeling sleepy in the morning, you can ask, “Hey Google, what time is it?”. You can then say “Hey Google, snooze alarm” if you want to. Which will pause it for 10 minutes or, “Hey Google, snooze alarm for 9 minutes” if you want to specify the time.
The alarm will sound for ten minutes if you don’t do anything, if you want to stop it say, “Hey Google, stop” OR. Tap the top of the Google Home / Nest Audio, the side of the Mini, or the line on the top/right side of the Home Max. You can’t change the beeping tone, however.
Google has added interactive alarms for kids, giving users the ability to set up an alarm using messages from characters from Lego and Nickelodeon. These alarms have music, jokes, facts, words of encouragement along with other messages from characters from the shows.
For example, you can have one of the characters from Rising of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles help remind the kids of something. You have to just say, “Hey Google, set a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle alarm for 6 pm.”
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