Google adds privacy settings to its voice assistant. The new guest mode allows you to use “Ok Google” in private mode, as is already the case on Chrome. However, the feature is only available in English for the moment.
Google is backing down. After removing the feature “Guest mode” of its connected speakers, the firm is reintroducing private browsing mode. Last October, in a statement, Google had already explained that it would be back soon and that it will offer even more privacy to its users. It is now possible to reuse it, but only on theEnglish-speaking assistant. To activate it, it will suffice to say ” Hey Google, turn on Guest Mode » or ” Ok Google, activate guest mode » in French. Concretely, this new tool makes it possible to deactivate the voice recording and to use the assistant in incognito mode on the brand’s products. It’s a bit like the private windows on web browsers. Search and voice data will therefore not appear on the session once the mode is deactivated. In its press release, Google explained “There are times when you might not want to save your interactions to your Google Account. “ The firm specifies, however, that it will have to be deactivated to enjoy a personalized experience of the assistant, such as access to the calendar for example.
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