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How to remember where you parked using Google Assistant

There is nothing like the frustration we feel when we want to get home quickly after a long day and we do not remember where we parked the car. Fortunately, if we have an iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone with Google Assistant installed, we can easily find our vehicle!

Google Assistant

Google Assistant for Android

The first thing you need to do on your Android device is make sure Google Assistant can access your site. In the phone or the tablet swipe down from the top (once or twice, depending on the model), then press icon with the gear to open the Settings menu.

Then click on "Location".

Make sure "Use Location" is turned on.

Once this is not available, you can now use the parking function. The first thing you need to do is open Google Assistant in one of the following ways:

  • Say "Okay, Google" or "Hello, Google."
  • On newer devices with Android 10 and up, slide in from the bottom left or right corner.

When Google Assistant is open and listening, you can say one of the following commands:

  • "I parked here."
  • "Remember where I parked."

Google Assistant will remember the parking location and will points out on the map.

Later, to get back in your car, open Google Assistant again and say one of the following commands:

  • "Where is my car?"
  • "Where did I park?"
  • "Find the location of my car."

One will appear χάρτης which will show you where the car your. Tap the map to open it in Google Maps and go to the parking lot.

Google will save the site parking for 24 hours. If you want to remove it sooner, just say "Forget where I parked" in Google Assistant.

Google Assistant for iPhone and iPad

Before you can use Google Assistant at iPhone or the iPad You need to make sure "Location Services" is turned on. On your device, click on "Settings".

Go to Privacy> Location Services.

Make sure "Location Services" is turned on.

Then open Google Assistant.

From there, say "Okay, Google" or tap on the microphone icon. When Google Assistant is active, you can say one of the following: commands:

  • "I parked here."
  • "Remember where I parked."

Google Assistant will save the location you parked on the map.

When you are ready to return to your vehicle, open the "Google Assistant" again. Then say any of the following commands:

  • "Where is my car?"
  • "Where did I park?"
  • "Find the location of my car."

A map will appear showing you where your car is parked. Click to open Apple Maps and go to the parking lot.

Google will save the parking location for 24 hours. If you want to remove it sooner, just say "Forget where I parked" to Google Assistant.

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