Google is launching a series of new features for its assistant devices to enhance collaboration and contact between family members. Among them, Google fi will also have new family features. Perhaps the most notable update is that children can ask assistant for the location of their parents or any family member – as long as they are 13 years old or older and log in to their account via family link. < / P > < p > in addition, Google has launched family notes, a new feature that allows users to add digital notes to smart displays such as nest hub. For example, in family notes, parents can leave reminders of unfreezing pies and monitor the list of activities shared with the whole family. Starting today, it will go online with assistant’s new family bell feature. < / P > < p > for parents who want to spend time with their families, Google has also added new content from companies such as abcmouse, Noggin and capstone, which will be displayed on their smart displays. Later this year, the search giant plans to add a new home tag to its smart display to help users easily access the new features. < / P > < p > for families without smart displays at home, Google has introduced home oriented features into its Google fi program. It includes a new feature that lets parents only allow their saved and closest contacts to contact their children, thereby protecting them from telemarketers and junk phones. In addition, parents can set data caps for their children and set family link in the fi app to control how their children use Android devices. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19