Mastering Google Assistant Voice Commands for Messenger

Are you ready to take your messaging to the next level? With Google Assistant voice commands for Messenger, you can make sending and managing messages easier than ever. Below are some voice command examples that you can use to master Google Assistant Voice Commands for Messenger.

#1 Basic Messaging

“Send a message to John saying I’ll be there in 5 minutes.”
“Read my last message from Sarah.”
“Reply to Alex with thanks, see you there.”

#2 Group Messaging

“Create a group message with Anna, Sam, and Emily.”
“Send a message to the group chat saying Let’s plan a trip for next month.”

#3 Message Management

“Mark the message from David as unread.”
“Delete the message thread with Matthew.”
“Archive the conversation with Emma.”

#4 Media Sharing

“Send a photo to Lisa.”
“Share a video with the group chat.”
“Send my location to Michael.”

#5 Voice Commands

“Hey Google, send a message to Mike on Messenger.”
“Ok Google, read my messages from today on Messenger.”
“Hey Google, reply to the latest message on Messenger.”

#6 Call Actions

“Call Jennifer on Messenger.”
“Make a video call to Chris on Messenger.”
“Accept the call from Sarah on Messenger.”

#7 Notifications

“Notify me when Lily reads my message.”
“Turn off message notifications from the group chat.”
“Remind me to check my messages in 1 hour.”

With these voice command examples, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a pro at using Google Assistant for Messenger. Try them out and see how much easier it is to communicate with your friends and family!