You can ask your Google Assistant to help with routines throughout your day. Say one command and your Assistant can do multiple actions.
For example, if you say:
- “OK Google, good morning,” your Assistant can turn on the lights, tell you about the weather, play music or news, and more.
- “OK Google, let’s go home,” your Assistant can give a traffic update, send and read texts, play a podcast, and more.
- “OK Google, bedtime,” your Assistant can set an alarm, turn off lights, play sleep sounds, and more.
To see other routines you can get help with, follow steps 1—4 below.
Important: Some features aren't available in all languages or countries.
Create or change a routine
- On your Android phone or tablet, say "Hey Google, open Assistant settings" or go to Assistant settings.
- Tap Routines.
- Choose which kind of routine you want:
- Ready-made routine: Select an existing routine, then choose actions.
- Custom routine: Tap Add a routine, then choose a command and action. To delete a custom routine, at the top, tap Delete .
- Optional: To change an action, tap Settings .
- At the top, tap Save.
Note: You can have a Routine automatically start when you dismiss your morning alarm in the Clock app.
Commands you can use
When you create a custom routine, you can enter a command that works with your Google Assistant or choose a popular action. Here are examples of commands you can use: