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How to Disable Google Assistant Repeat Command Suggestions

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Google Assistant can be incredible, yet it’s not without irritating propensities. If you happen to use Google Assistant very often, you’ve likely gotten friendly “Suggestions” to utilize commands. Fortunately, you can disable these suggestions and we will show you just how to in this guide.

Let’s assume you request the weather forecast each day around a similar time. Google Assistant will get on this propensity and send a notice to your Android gadget, preemptively finding out if you’d prefer to do the activity now.

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example repeat action suggestion

Example of a “Repeated Action” suggestion notification.

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This could save you some time on the off chance that you regularly do the activity on your telephone at any rate. Be that as it may, in case you’re doing it through a Google Assistant-empowered speaker, a notice on your telephone isn’t really useful. We’ll tell you the best way to turn them off.

How to Disable Google Assistant Repeat Command Suggestions

To start with, swipe down from the top of the screen of your phone (a few times, depending on how the UI of your phone is set up) and tap the gear symbol to open the Settings menu.

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swipe down and tap the gear icon

Then, select “Applications and Notifications.”

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select apps and notifications

Tap “See All [Number] Apps” for the full rundown of introduced applications.

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see all apps

Look through the rundown and find “Google.”

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find the google app

Then, select “Notifications.”

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select notifications

Here’s the place where you’ll see all the distinctive Notification Channels. The Google application has a great deal of them. We need to turn off “Sometimes Repeated Actions.”

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turn off occasionally repeated actions

You’re finished! Google will presently don’t bug you about “Rehashed Actions.”

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