Google appears to be testing a new feature called ‘Guacamole,’ which will manage alarms, clocks, and phone calls by allowing users to say ‘Stop,’ ‘Snooze,’ and ‘Answer/decline the call,’ respectively.
Users who have upgraded their phones to Android 11 and the Google app version 22.214.171.124 have discovered the latest functionality. At Google I/O 2019, Google added some ‘Guacamole’ functionality to its Google Home/Nest Hub smart speakers and displays.
“We’re constantly experimenting with new ways to improve the overall experience with Google Assistant. We have no additional details to share at this time,” Google mentioned in a report.
According to The Verge, some Android 11 users have noticed a strange new setting called “Guacamole” in the Google app. Android Police and 9to5Google were also consulted for the details. However, users have yet to be able to activate the feature.
The function can explicitly manage alarms, clocks, and calls, according to the article, by allowing users to say ‘Stop,’ ‘Snooze,’ and ‘Answer/decline the call,’ respectively.