Internet search giant Google has announced that it will soon roll out a new feature in Guest mode for Google Assistant.
Announcing the feature in a blog post, the company said, “Every day, Google Assistant helps people get things done in their home, whether it’s suggesting a new recipe you might like or reminding you of your next appointment. But there are times you may not want your Assistant interactions saved to your Google Account.”
Users will be easily able to turn on Guest Mode through a voice command and the interactions that are made during the time this mode is on, will not be saved to a user’s account.
Google has not specified when this feature is going to be available and in which regions first.
Another new thing that Google has announced it will roll out soon is a redesigned critical alert and a new way of delivering it. As per the company, when a serious Google Account security issue will be detected, it will automatically display an alert within the Google app users are using and it will not require users to check email or their phone’s alerts.
“We’ll begin a limited roll out in the coming weeks and plan to expand more broadly early next year,” said Google or this feature.