As an administrator for an organization that’s part of the beta program (described below), you control whether people in your organization can access services such as Google Calendar, Meet, and Gmail, using the Google Assistant. Users can also set up multiple accounts on their Assistant devices. For details, see Use multiple accounts at once on your Google Assistant devices.
The Assistant helps people do work-related tasks on the go or while working from home. For example, the Assistant responds to questions and commands such as:
- Join or dial into my current meeting.
- What's on my schedule today?
- Create an event with [contact name] for 1pm on Friday.
- Where's my next meeting?
- What's my first meeting tomorrow?
- Cancel my 1pm meeting and email them to let them know it has been closed.
- Reschedule my next meeting and tell them we’ll meet tomorrow.
- Send an email to my next meeting and tell them I’m running late.
- Call [contact name]
- Send an SMS or email to [contact name]
Users can access their notes and lists, and add reminders to Keep by selecting Keep as their notes and lists provider. For details, see Settings.
Users can also join Meet calls by saying to the Assistant on the Google Nest Hub Max:
- "OK, Google, join my meeting".
- "Start a new meeting".
- "Join a Meet call using a meeting code".
Apply to the beta program
To turn on access to Google Workspace for the Google Assistant, you must apply to the beta program and turn on specific services for your organization.
- Apply to the Google Workspace with the Google Assistant Beta program by filling out the Test Applicationand Pre-General Availability Program Agreement (PAPA).
- In the Admin console, make sure Search and Assistant is turned on for your organization.
If your application is accepted, you’ll receive an email confirming your organization’s enrollment in the beta program.
- Notify your organization’s users that the feature is available.
To use the Assistant in this beta program, users must sign in to their work or school accounts on devices with the Assistant turned on.
Set up Nest Hub access with Google Workspace
If administrators restrict certain services, users might have issues on Assistant smart displays and speakers, such as Google Nest Hub or Google Nest Hub Max. To resolve this in the Google Admin console, change the access for Nest Hub to trusted. For more information, see Manage access to apps.
If the product’s app is listed in the Admin console...
From the Admin console Home page, go to Security API controls.
- In the App access control panel, click Manage Third-party App Access.
- Check the box next to the app you want to manageclick Change access.
- Select TrustedChange.
If your app is not included in the list...
- Follow steps 1-3 above to sign in and manage third-party app access.
- Click Configure new appOAuth App Name or Client ID.
- Enter Google Nest Hub or Google Nest Hub Maxclick Search.
- From the list of search results, click Select for the app that you want to manage.
Note: If you're configuring by OAuth App Name or Client ID, check the boxes for the client IDs that you want to configure, then click Select.
- Select TrustedConfigure.
Settings automatically apply within a few hours or after the user restarts the device.
Note: Resetting a user’s password might not automatically revoke their access to Google Workspace services from all Google Assistant devices, such as Nest products. For details, see Automatic OAuth 2.0 token revocation upon password change.
- Google Assistant Help
- View and remove access to third-party applications
- Have a video meeting with the Google Nest Hub Max
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