From the examples shown, and others we’ve tested, it seems next-word suggestions from the Google Assistant work much like the instant autocomplete queries that show up when you use Google Search, in that they will change depending on what’s trending at the time. This could save you a lot of time if you’re searching for something related to current affairs or even recent technology news. Another potentially useful aspect of this new feature can be seen when not entering anything with the keyboard at all. At this point, Assistant will show you the last two voice queries that a linked device has dealt with. In the example below, the last two questions Artem asked his Google Home are now appearing as suggestions. That’s pretty useful if you want to see the information Google Home has already read out to you in written form, or if you want to explore the topic further.

From the examples shown, and others we've tested, it seems next-word suggestions from the Google Assistant work much like the instant autocomplete queries that show up when you use Google Search, in that they will change depending on what's trending at the time. This could save you a lot of time if you're searching for something related to current affairs or even recent technology news. Another potentially useful aspect of this new feature can be seen when not entering anything with the keyboard at all. At this point, Assistant will show you the last two voice queries that a linked device has dealt with. In the example below, the last two questions Artem asked his Google Home are now appearing as suggestions. That's pretty useful if you want to see the information Google Home has already read out to you in written form, or if you want to explore the topic further.

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