Google assistant developer documentation shows that this smart voice assistant now allows users to intelligently control lights and other devices to turn on and off at specific times through its & quot; plan actions & quot; feature. Google assistant has been working with Philips hue and other smart light manufacturers for some time. The functions that can be realized include turning them on and off, and setting reminders. But now users can directly leave messages to the assistant when they want to turn on the lights and other devices accurately in the smart home. < / P > < p > however, if you want to arrange to turn on (or other equipment) or turn off lights in the future, you have to be very specific. It’s not enough to just say & quot; hey, Google, turn on the lights at 8pm tomorrow night. You need to say & quot; hey, Google, turn on the lights at 8 p.m. on Tuesday night;. < / P > < p > interestingly, users can also specify & quot; Sunrise & quot; and & quot; sunset & quot; as the time for setting the lights on (or off), and without specifying the specific time, they can also use the Google assistant to arrange the length of time to turn on the lights, such as & quot; turn on the lights for 10 minutes & quot;. However, it seems that the development of this function is still in progress. In addition to the difficulty in judging the user’s quirky habit of saying & quot; tomorrow & quot;, the function of canceling scheduled actions doesn’t seem to work. But according to Google assistant’s smart home documentation, it looks like these features will be activated soon. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities

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