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Assistant Memory looks like it's about to pick up some great new ways to keep track of stuff

Assistant Memory looks like it's about to pick up some great new ways to keep track of stuff

Google Assistant has been able to "remember" things on your behalf for years now, with voice memos saved across any supported device. It's one of the most valuable tools any voice assistant can offer, and Google's looking to make it a lot more powerful. A whole new visual layout for Assistant Memory is now in testing, designed to improve how reminders work on your phone.

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Weekend poll: How often do you use the Google Assistant's 'Snapshot' feature?

Weekend poll: How often do you use the Google Assistant's 'Snapshot' feature?

Back in 2018, Google introduced a "visual snapshot" for the Google Assistant, essentially bringing back some of the functionality that was lost from the old (and much loved) Google Now. Since then, it's seen a handful of tweaks and iterations, with several new features landing in just the last few months. With it built right into the Assistant and Google Search app, how often do you use the feature?

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Google lets us pick which cards show up in Assistant's Snapshot

Google lets us pick which cards show up in Assistant's Snapshot

It's been years since Google started migrating the good ol' Google Now functionality into Assistant. Over time, the feed of relevant contextual cards has had many official names ranging from Your Stuff to Upcoming to Snapshot, and even more unofficial names (inbox, updates, dashboard). One thing remained unchanged though, and that's the fact that you couldn't customize a thing about it. This has changed now.

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No excuses: Google Assistant birthday reminder notifications are showing up for some

No excuses: Google Assistant birthday reminder notifications are showing up for some

Towards the end of last month, Google announced some new features for its Snapshot Assistant interface which bring it closer to what we always hoped Google Now would become. Among the new capabilities was a birthday reminder, said to be coming soon to English-speaking markets along with a notification so that you can't miss it. These appear to be functional now, so keep an eye out for them.

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Google reveals new Snapshot features, plus a 'show me my day' shortcut

Google reveals new Snapshot features, plus a 'show me my day' shortcut

Google has taken today to make a handful of new and recently spotted changes in Assistant's Snapshot interface official, while also revealing a whole new way to access it. Just say "Hey Google, show me my day" to see your Snapshot, loaded with cards showing timely details from your agenda, weather, commute, and to-dos, plus restaurant, podcast, and recipe recommendations — all among an even bigger list of potentially useful stuff.

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Assistant Snapshot spotted with two new cards and YouTube Music tweaks

Assistant Snapshot spotted with two new cards and YouTube Music tweaks

Snapshot in the Google Assistant is picking up a handful of new cards, according to our friends at 9to5Google. Additions include a more widely expanded "audio pics" card with playlists from YouTube Music, news, and podcasts, a card for upcoming sports events, and a "do it again" card for Assistant commands you commonly perform, similar to the suggested actions notification which rolled out earlier this summer.

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CyanogenMod Pushes Out The First Official 13.0 Snapshot Builds With Android Marshmallow

CyanogenMod Pushes Out The First Official 13.0 Snapshot Builds With Android Marshmallow

Custom ROMs used to be associated with speedy updates. That's not necessarily the case anymore. Technically, yes, someone somewhere will probably release an unofficial build with the latest update that you might feel comfortable using if you're very trusting and have nothing to lose if your phone malfunctions. But for those well-tested versions, you generally have to wait a bit longer.

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The First CyanogenMod 12.1 Snapshot Build In Two Months Starts Rolling Out

The First CyanogenMod 12.1 Snapshot Build In Two Months Starts Rolling Out

While many users of CyanogenMod have moved on to the nightly Marshmallow-based CM13 releases, the more stable snapshot builds are still on CM12.1 (Lollipop). It's been more than two months since we got a new snapshot build, but now one is starting to roll out.

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First And Last CyanogenMod 12 (Android 5.0) Snapshot Builds Now Rolling Out, Final CM11 Snapshots Too

First And Last CyanogenMod 12 (Android 5.0) Snapshot Builds Now Rolling Out, Final CM11 Snapshots Too

If you've been waiting for a more stable version of the CyanogenMod ROM to become available before upgrading to Android 5.0, now's your chance. Snapshot builds of CM 12 are now rolling off of the build server and onto the CyanogenMod download page, going in their usual alphabetical order by codename. These are the first snapshot versions of CyanogenMod 12, and according to members of the CM 12 team, they'll also be the last.

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Snapshots are among the more stable releases of the community ROM, more so than the monthly "M" builds (which are pretty reliable themselves, at least compared to one-off efforts you might see on standard user forums).

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Exclusive: Google Play Games Will Soon Offer Quest Notifications, 'Snapshots,' And More

Exclusive: Google Play Games Will Soon Offer Quest Notifications, 'Snapshots,' And More

Google's general intent with Google Play Games is simple. Google wants to provide a solid backend with common game features to developers who want to make more compelling games. Once developers integrate these features, Google's user base offers a cohesive score/competition experience.

Providing features like leaderboards and achievements, Google has managed to catch the interest of many game developers already, but we have reason to believe that Google will be peppering a few new features into Google Play Games some time soon, with an update to Google Play Services and the Google Play Games app.

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Quests & Level Up Notifications

First, quests.

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