There are few things more satisfying than opening the Google Now app on your smartphone and being immediately transported to your work.
But there are some tasks that require more time and effort than others.
Here are some things you should consider when you’re trying to figure out which one to do first.1.
Make sure the app is enabled in your Google accountThe easiest way to do this is to open the Google app and click Settings > About phone > Check for updates.
You can also tap More apps > Google Now.
If you don’t have a Google account, you can sign up for one here.2.
Select which of your tasks you want to automateYou can do this in two ways: from the Google home screen or from the search bar on the top of the screen.
The easiest way is to select your tasks from the top bar.
Once you’ve selected a task, you’ll see the task in a list.3.
Choose whether to automate the task from within the Google Assistant app or on the flyIf you want your task to be triggered from within Google Assistant, head over to the Google Home app.
If not, head to Google Assistant and click on your Google Assistant icon.
From there, select the task you want the Google assistant to trigger.
The Google Assistant will tell you when to trigger it.4.
Click on the task’s name in the search result boxYou can also click on the title of the task to open it in the Google search bar.
You’ll then be able to type the name of the app, search results or category you want.5.
Set the app to trigger automatically from within your Google appWhen you click the icon to open a task from the home screen, you’re presented with a notification that asks you to set the app’s trigger.
Clicking the trigger will trigger the task, so be sure to save the task if you want it to take place on its own.
If you’re using the Google apps on your phone or tablet, you don,t have to manually set the task up, as long as you can find the Google account where the task is being triggered.
This can be accomplished by clicking on the app icon in the home page of the Google Search Bar or clicking on a task’s title in the Search results.