Google Assistant’s New Feature “Tell me Something Good” will restore your Faith on Humanity

Every day we wake up and grab a view on the newspaper or any news channel, we find a hurricane bad news, that affects our lives. It makes us feel like, the world is totally doomed! Who loves to hear something bad, just after waking up from their sleep? But the Google Assistant might have a surprising new way to cheer you up.

On Tuesday, August 21st, Google announced that it’s beginning to roll out a new feature for Google Assistant called Tell Me Something Good. When you’re feeling like nothing but disaster is going on in the world, you can ask your Google smart speaker or Google Assistant-enabled phone, tablet, laptop, etc. for a little pick me up.

All you have to do is say, “Hey Google, tell me something good,” and the Assistant will respond with a short summary of a positive news story that will instantly make you feel better about where the world is headed.

“‘Tell me something good’ isn’t meant to be a magic solution. But it’s an experiment worth trying because it’s good info about good work that may bring some good to your day,” Google’s announcement said.

So the next time you need to hear something positive or if you just prefer starting your day out on a high note rather than being feeling doomed try out this new feature, which will soon be available to the United States Google Assistant users.

We are going to add a small note over here that, there will be a slow roll out in the United States and will be spreading to other regions very soon. So if you are facing any issues with it in India or in any other country, We assure you, You are not the only one.

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Written by Snehasish Nayak

Google Top Contributor (Allo, Duo), a Local Guide, and Founder of TechIncludes. Follow me on twitter @Th3Snehasish.


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