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Google Assistant restores feature that consequently recalls where people stopped

Google Assistant is super powerful, and it’s just going to get better with a portion of Google’s most recent work. Notwithstanding, the move from Google Now observed a bunch of useful highlights discarded altogether. Presently, Google Assistant is restoring a handy feature that recalls where people stopped.

Featured by Android Police, a few clients have noticed a card in Google Assistant recently which shows where they’ve parked their car. This doesn’t require any client collaboration like the comparable Google Maps feature does.

Much the same as with the past Google Now feature, this depends on individuals’ location history to assess where they quit driving and began walking. While it won’t pinpoint the location flawlessly, particularly in parking garages, it’s a helpful choice on the off chance that they have been out for a long day and can’t recall where they left the car in town.

Remarkably, Google Assistant perceives on the off chance that people physically spared their parking space and will demonstrate that progressively exact data in this card if it’s accessible. Android Police additionally clarifies this doesn’t observe Android Auto or Bluetooth to much more precisely know precisely when they have left and escaped their vehicle.

In any case, this automatic, totally easy feature is extremely handy, and something everyone are happy to see resuscitated. Sadly, it doesn’t appear to be back for everybody right now. The feature is by all accounts taking off as a server-side change for the most part indiscriminately, so drop a remark underneath in case they are seeing it on their gadget.

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Gary Hays is the author of numerous science fiction short stories and books. He has also written scripts for various science fiction television shows. He has lots of knowledge about running world. In recent months, most of his writing has been in collaboration with Resident Weekly.