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▪ Google Assistant is rolling out a Scheduled Actions feature that will let users schedule a smart home command to trigger at a later time.

▪ For example, you can say, “Hey Google, turn on the lights in five minutes” to control your smart lights. 

▪ You can reportedly also specify a duration for the action, such as "turn on the light for five minutes.

▪ As per Google, commands can be scheduled for any day within a seven-day period. The scheduled commands will also work with other smart home gadgets.

▪ While Google Assistant already has the ability to turn lights on and off, users will now be able to schedule actions for a variety of smart home gadgets.

▪ The Scheduled Action feature appears to have started rolling out with users on Reddit claiming to have spotted it. However, it is not clear if it is available for everyone just yet.

▪ Users will also be able to cancel a scheduled action, as noted by Google's support page.

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