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The Assistant is brand new, and Fox is careful to note that this isn't even a full launch of the product."Over time, we see [the assistant] being available across a number of surfaces," he says.
The homescreen is a running list of all your active conversations, plus a button for starting a new one.I asked for another option, and got...a web result for "The experience of interacting with the assistant with 200 people can be a bit overwhelming.All that aside, using the assistant with even one other person gets complicated, as you're both pressing buttons, refining search results, or playing games together. In general, groups get sort of overwhelming as they get to that many people." But he sees this as a long-term opportunity: No one's ever solved group chat, and Allo could be the first.You can bring the Assistant into any conversation at any time.Just start a message with "@google" followed by, well, just about anything."Messaging is going from being just about sending text to really expressing yourself much more fully, much more broadly, much more naturally.
And then to getting stuff done in your chats." Google, Fox says, is perfectly positioned to help you turn your texts into something much more powerful.
"I can help you find what you need and get things done," it read.
One more message about using my location, and then a little white bubble pops up on my side of the conversation: "OK, go on," it said.
" or failed to specify Bogota, it would just fail and offer up useless web results for Bogota.
When my girlfriend and I were looking for a good cheese plate, all Allo would offer was a pizza place, with no way to make it find something else.
Other than some beta-app crashiness there's not much to complain about regarding the standard messaging experience. When you receive a message, Allo will often pop up those clear bubbles with suggested replies.