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Google removed support for third-party services on Google Assistant and so AutoVoice doesn’t work anymore on it.
More info here.
You can use AutoVoice on its own:
React to a voice command:
Getting started with Natural Language:
AutoVoice on Google Home and Amazon Echo (Google Home doesn’t work anymore because Google removed support for third-party services, including AutoVoice):
On the Google Home you can use shortcuts to easily call AutoVoice like this:
On the Amazon Echo you can also directly send a command like this:
If you got those, check this one for a more complex yet more powerful example:
Find all kinds of practical examples for AutoVoice in our projects section:
If you still are not quite sure how to use it, read this guide:
Search our Forum for relevant topics:
Search our Google+ community for relevant topics:
Other videos you can watch:
Make sure to read other related stories and tips in the AutoVoice menu above
ARCHIVE (The videos below do not apply anymore because Google removed support for third-party services, including AutoVoice):
How to get started:
Start by linking AutoVoice with your Google Assistant as shown in the video below:
You can issue AutoVoice commands in Google Assistant by saying Ask AutoVoice to do something:
If you find it too cumbersome to always say the Ask AutoVoice to part, you can setup shortcuts:
You can also say an AutoVoice command to Google Assistant on your phone by saying “Note to self” followed by the command:
If AutoVoice is not available in your Google Assistant’s language, you can use the workaround described here.