Google Assistant Voice Command Examples: Account Required

Looking to make the most of your Google Assistant voice commands but not sure where to start? Below, we’ve compiled a list of voice command examples that you can use with your Google Assistant. Please note that an account may be required for some of these commands, so make sure you’re logged in before trying them out. Whether you’re looking to send a text, control your smart home devices, or get directions, these examples will help you make the most of your Google Assistant.

#1 Personal Assistance

“Set an alarm for 7 am tomorrow”
“Remind me to buy milk when I get to the grocery store”
“Schedule a meeting with John for next Tuesday at 3 pm”
“Create a to-do list for today”
“Call mom”

#2 Entertainment

“Play some jazz music”
“Show me action movies”
“Tell me a joke”
“Read me the news”
“Find funny cat videos on YouTube”

#3 Smart Home Control

“Turn on the living room lights”
“Set the thermostat to 72 degrees”
“Lock the front door”
“Turn off the coffee machine”
“Start the robot vacuum”

#4 Navigation

“Give me directions to the nearest gas station”
“What’s the traffic like on my commute to work?”
“Find me a good Italian restaurant nearby”
“Navigate to the airport”
“Show me a map of Central Park”

#5 Information

“What’s the weather like today?”
“Define ‘onomatopoeia'”
“How long does it take to boil an egg?”
“Who is the president of France?”
“What’s the score of the basketball game?”

#6 Communication

“Send a text to Sarah saying ‘I’ll be there in 10 minutes'”
“Call the nearest pharmacy”
“Email my boss about the project deadline”
“Read my latest email”
“Show me my schedule for tomorrow”